Teresa Dail

Shown here are some of the Ukrainian-bound medical supplies in a VUMC warehouse shortly before they were loaded on a cargo plane.

VUMC donates medical supplies bound for Ukraine

Vanderbilt University Medical Center responded to pleas for help from Ukrainian health officials by donating several tons of medical supplies to be shipped to Ukraine in coming days.

Ukraine sent out a plea for donations of medical supplies; VUMC responded with several tons on 25 pallets

The 25 pallets were part of a larger effort all over the U.S. to provide needed medical supplies to Ukraine through health care organizations and private corporations.

Officials cut the ribbon to celebrate the opening of Carefluent Connect, VUMC’s new durable medical equipment company located at Vanderbilt Health One Hundred Oaks.

VUMC launches new medical equipment company Carefluent Connect

After two years of planning and regulatory approvals, Vanderbilt University Medical Center is preparing to launch a durable medical equipment (DME) company, Carefluent Connect, LLC.

Health collaborative helps rural hospitals curb operating costs

Alomere Health, a 99-bed hospital in rural Alexandria, Minnesota, is bucking a trend — thanks in large measure to its participation in the Vanderbilt Health Purchasing Collaborative (VHPC), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Vanderbilt University Medical Center.

From left, VUMC administrative leaders Zeena Abdulahad, MPA, Sarah Hagovsky, MBA, Renee Boggs, MSN, RN, CPN, and Teresa Dail, RN, CMRP, recently participated in the Women’s History Month panel, spoke about their experiences in the workplace, and shared career advice.

Women leaders share experiences, career advice

Those attending Vanderbilt University Medical Center’s Women’s History Month panel on March 27 were schooled on the importance of risk taking, mentoring, self-care and how to advance in historically male-dominated fields such as information technology and supply chain management.

VUMC’s Dail named among top women supply chain leaders

Vanderbilt University Medical Center’s (VUMC) Teresa Dail, RN, was recently named among the top 12 “Women Leaders in Supply Chain” by The Journal of Healthcare Contracting.