Leadership Perspectives

Employees should familiarize themselves with VUMC’s social media policy

Embí to help steer national AI code of conduct initiative

Vanderbilt’s Peter Embí, MD, MS, has been named to a National Academy of Medicine committee working to produce a code of conduct for the development and use of artificial intelligence in health, medical care and health research.

Teams reminded to register patient assistance programs

Clinical programs at Vanderbilt University Medical Center routinely provide various forms of patient assistance must comply with one or more exceptions to federal laws that prohibit providers who serve federal health care programs from inducing patients, especially Medicare and Medicaid patients, to seek care with a specific hospital, health system or provider.

Vanderbilt launches $17 million program to advance diversity of research faculty

Vanderbilt University Medical Center and Vanderbilt University are launching a $17 million multiyear transformative program with support from the National Institutes of Health to accelerate diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging in the biomedical research community.

Latest VUMC-wide Policy & SOP Bulletin (March) now available in PolicyTech

Workplace violence policies apply to all employees, patients

As aggressive behavior toward health care providers is on the rise nationally, Vanderbilt’s Workplace Violence Prevention Committee has recently developed stronger policies to help protect employees.

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