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Leadership Assembly Archives

January Leadership Assembly — Care That Changes Our World

Jan. 25, 2024—Ongoing initiatives to reduce acts of violence or other disrespectful behaviors toward VUMC health care workers are vital for the well-being of both our people and our patients were among the topics discussed at the Leadership Assembly.

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Your ideas improve care, culture and costs: Leadership Assembly highlights

Aug. 23, 2023—Creativity and ingenuity are key to Vanderbilt University Medical Center’s growth and sustained focus on improving care and efficiency, leaders said during streaming of the August 2023 Leadership Assembly.

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View highlights from February Leadership Assembly: Stabilizing our finances

Mar. 8, 2023—Watch the latest highlight from February’s Leadership Assembly, in which Dr. Jeff Balser, President and CEO, speaks to VUMC’s need to identify sustainable solutions to stabilize our finances. Your leader will ask you to participate in a Discover, Learn & Share session by Apr. 5. Be ready to share your great ideas on how we...

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View highlights from February Leadership Assembly: “Join Us”

Mar. 7, 2023—In February’s Leadership Assembly Dr. Jeff Balser, President and CEO, encourages all VUMC employees to help identify great nurses to join our organization to help address significant staffing challenges, especially in our adult impatient areas. He also shared an incredible new video spotlighting VUMC’s nurses. Watch the 90-second highlight from Leadership Assembly here: If...

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View highlights from February Leadership Assembly: Health care’s new reality

Mar. 3, 2023—In this first in a series of highlights from February’s Leadership Assembly, Dr. Jeff Balser, President and CEO, explains new realities facing health care today, including the industry’s changing financial picture, and how this is impacting  VUMC. To help address the new financial environment, your leader will ask you to participate in a Discover, Learn...

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Collaboration, creativity necessary for “Stronger Together” cost initiative: Leadership Assembly highlights

Feb. 23, 2023—February's Leadership Assembly explored the next stage of Vanderbilt University Medical Center’s ongoing journey.

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Regional growth spotlights ‘Join Us,’ workforce campaigns: Leadership Assembly takeaways

Nov. 14, 2022—Sustaining the Medical Center’s era of unparalleled growth throughout the region will be bolstered by new recruitment, retention, and career development opportunities.

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Supporting ‘Team VUMC’: Leadership Assembly Highlights

Aug. 12, 2022—Growth across both Vanderbilt University Medical Center and the communities it serves spotlights the need to bolster collaboration and communication to efficiently provide care to patients and ensure well-being of the workforce, Medical Center leaders said during streaming of the August 2022 Leadership Assembly.

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Leadership Assembly: Embarking on a transformational racial equity plan

May. 4, 2022—Vanderbilt University Medical Center leaders are launching a transformational effort to foster an inclusive environment to ensure people at all levels of the organization experience a welcoming environment where everyone can thrive.

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Efficiency, people and empowerment – Leadership Assembly takeaways

Feb. 16, 2022—February's Leadership assembly focused on multitude of trends, from higher patient volumes to economic inflation and a competitive labor market, require agility and emphasis on strengthening Vanderbilt University Medical Center’s supportive, empowered culture as COVID-19 ebbs and flows.

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Leadership Assembly takeaways: Speaking up makes a difference

Nov. 4, 2021—The importance of supporting Vanderbilt University Medical Center's workforce is highlighted in this quarter’s Leadership Assembly theme, “Speaking Up, Lifting Up,” which is focused on strategies to amplify well-being.

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Digital growth, improvements, vaccinations: Leadership Assembly takeaways

Aug. 5, 2021—Vanderbilt University Medical Center completed its first full fiscal year of the COVID-19 era having achieved remarkable outcomes in digital health, growth and quality because of consistently strong performance from its workforce.

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