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video series from senior leadership allows employees spread far and wide the opportunity to hear leaders explain events, decisions and actions in their own words. Questions about these topics may be submitted to
Vital Signs is a printed publication that provides members of the UK HealthCare team with timely, in-house news. It showcases UK HealthCare's mission and strategies, highlights its services and programs, recognizes team member accomplishments, and equips employees with the information needed to deliver outstanding service to our customers.
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This publication is designed to keep UK clinicians and affiliates informed of strategic initiatives and help them get to know one another better.
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Collaboration highlights UK HealthCare as a destination for patients with complex conditions who need the highest level of care. Collaboration is mailed to selected physicians nationally.
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Messages from Dr. Karpf
Dr. Karpf's message to staff The Past, The Future and My Personal Plans September 2010 Introduction As we prepare for an era of change as our nation moves toward reform of its health care system, we must review where we
Recalibrating the plan Exceeding all projections, UK HealthCare is well positioned to meet Top 20 goal. A message from Michael Karpf, MD, Executive Vice President for Health Affairs.
A Four Year Retrospective and a Look Toward the FutureA Message from Dr. Karpf February 2008 Our Strategic Plan and the Results Adjusting our Plans and Goals for the Future Organizational Changes in Response to our Growth Our Strategic
A Message from Dr. Karpf February 2007 For those of you who were not able to attend one of my open forums for employees I want to take this opportunity to review the achievements of UK HealthCare of
A Four Year RetrospectiveA Message from Dr. Karpf August 2007 When I first came to the University, now nearly four years ago, it was evident that there were two main drivers that would force a change in the clinical