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Help out Monroe Carell by buying batches of thank-you notes designed by children treated at the hospital. The inside of the cards can be customized with a personal greeting or your company's logo.
The mental health support and behavioral health education provided by Vanderbilt Total Health (VTH)'s Wellbeing program to area employers have grown more popular post-pandemic.
Researchers found that lack of feedback and collaboration in remote environments put junior employees at a disadvantage, even causing them to leave their jobs earlier than expected.
Galyn Martin's diminishing hearing led to a growing sense of isolation and even depression. Watch a video to see how Martin's successful cochlear implant surgery through Vanderbilt's MyHearingHealth Bundle Program renewed her enthusiasm for life.
In the inaugural MyHealth Bundles Impact Report, you’ll find data about the program since its launch in 2020, success stories from MyHealth Bundles clients and insight into the innovative value-based model.
VUMC addiction psychiatrists, recovery experts and other health care providers collaborated to create the MyRecoveryHealth Bundle—a private, effective, and compassionate way to treat Substance Use Disorder (SUD).
MNPS recently won a benefits association award for its work with Vanderbilt Health on the MyHealth Bundles program, the Vanderbilt Health Employee Wellness Center and other Vanderbilt Health services that make up MNPS’ robust health and wellness program.
Now that the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency (PHE) is ending on May 11, employers are seeking clarification on what the announcement means in terms of health care coverage for their employees.
As life has returned to a typical pace after the pandemic, many employees are still dealing with emotional, physical and spiritual impacts from years of turmoil. The Vanderbilt Total Health program can address these unique population health challenges for workforces of all shapes and sizes.
Substance use disorder is especially concerning when it affects children and teens. Well Moment, a community-facing educational program from the Vanderbilt Health Affiliated Network (VHAN), is hosting a free webinar on May 10 to give families strategies to deal with this growing threat to young people's wellbeing.