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An internationally recognized expert in kidney cancer, Dr. Rathmell will become the National Cancer Institute’s 17th director.
William Schaffner, MD, an infectious disease specialist at Vanderbilt University Medical Center, explains how the flu shot works to prevent serious and even life-threatening cases of the flu.
Vanderbilt University Hospital (VUH), Vanderbilt Bedford Hospital (VBH) and Vanderbilt Wilson County Hospital (VWCH) all received a fall 2023 safety grade of “A.”
A recent Kaiser Family Foundation uncovered a surprising 7% increase in annual premiums for employer-sponsored health insurance. Next year, large self-insured employers are looking to leverage their clout and take control of their costs, according to health care policy analyst Paul Keckley.
Metro Nashville Public Schools is addressing health disparities in its workforce with the help of Vanderbilt’s MyWeightLossHealth Bundle. Health Leaders Council recognized those efforts with the Redefining American Healthcare Award.
In a "DNA: Discoveries in Action" podcast episode, CJ Stimson, MD, JD, senior vice president for value transformation, discusses how Vanderbilt Health uses innovative bundled payments to meet the changing needs and expectations of patients.
Looking for ways to directly benefit the patients of Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt? The Jingle Toy Drive Program ensures hospital-bound patients and families experience a little more joy during the holiday season.
While the findings of an annual workplace mental health survey have been bleak in recent years, this year’s study has a few bright spots, including a 20% decline in respondents reporting mental health symptoms.
Four new episodes of the miniVHAN podcast feature experts on the topics of anxiety and depression, neurodiversity, trauma and grief.
Recent studies show that employees are struggling with mental health in the workplace—and they are looking to employers for support. Check out our behavioral health and self-care resources to share with your workforce.
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