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Medical experts and elected officials across the nation are sounding a warning about the rising numbers, and state hospital leaders, including Vanderbilt University Medical Center, share their deep concerns, especially with Thanksgiving and the holiday season beginning this week.
During this season of gratitude, there are many ways your company can support Vanderbilt Health workers who have been providing compassionate care throughout the pandemic—and make the season brighter for children and families served by Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt. Check out some of these holiday giving opportunities.
Staying home is the best means of protecting yourself this Thanksgiving, but many will still feel the pull to travel, host and gather with family. Here are a few helpful resources for making those plans safer.
By coordinating all of the services needed for a successful spine procedure and recovery, the MySpineHealth bundles program makes the process much smoother for patients who qualify.
MyHealth Bundles received national recognition when Employee Benefits News awarded its 2020 Benny Award for Healthcare Leadership to David Hines, who has piloted the program at Metro Nashville Public Schools.
The service was developed to help employers identify asymptomatic employees and enable important professional activities and vital business gatherings to move forward with this additional safeguard in place.
This fall, Americans are facing a double-whammy when it comes to their health: an unpredictable flu season coupled with the continuing challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic. Vanderbilt Health experts are here to help with answers to questions about influenza as well as advice on why a flu shot is your best means of protection.
Fears of COVID-19 have made many patients hesitant to go to the doctor for key preventive screenings. This break in access to care will have far-reaching consequences: National Cancer Institute models show the potential for as many cancer-related deaths as COVID-19 in the next five years.
How can bundles move healthcare toward a future where predictable, transparent costs and better patient outcomes are the norm? Answering this and other questions about the bundled payment model was the focus of a recent Vanderbilt Health webinar.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) changed the definition of what is meant by a “close contact” with someone with COVID-19.
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