June 28, 2013
PRESBYbulletin The NEW Wellfocused Healthy Rewards Program This past open enrollment, UPHS launched a new point’s based Wellfocused Healthy Rewards Program, allowing employees to earn points year round for participating in activities and challenges as well as earn $150 reward by completing a Well-Being Assessment, Knowing Your Numbers and taking healthy actions. The $150 reward is available ALL YEAR LONG! This program allows you to create a personal proﬁle, set health goals, and participate in fun and engaging challenges, all while improving your health and well being! The challenges and activities in the program focus on all aspects of health and well being and are designed for all employees, regardless of your health or ﬁtness level. You can even create and your own challenges to help you reach your own personal goals – and earn points while doing so! How the Points System Works: For each activity, challenge, or action you complete, you earn points. As you accumulate more points, you move to higher levels of the program (First Steps all the way through Lead the Way), and get the opportunity to be entered into rafﬂes to win rewards!
New and Delicious
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Looking for something new and exciting to eat? And healthy even?! The Atwood Café is featuring a new menu, including The Chief ’s Choice – a special sandwich now being offered for a limited time. Named after Jack Ende, MD, chief of Medicine at PPMC, the sandwich includes grilled chicken, smoked gouda, sautéed spinach, roasted red peppers, and pesto all on focaccia, served with tortilla chips and fresh orange slices. Dr. Ende won the right to create and name his own sandwich as part of the silent auction at the 2013 PPMC annual fundraiser. The new item has already become one of the most popular orders in the cafeteria and will be a feature on the menu for one year.
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Stop by today and try The Chief ’s Choice!
The NEW Wellfocused Healthy Rewards Program
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Cultural Diversity Conference
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Every quarter there will be new and exciting challenges for all employees to join and participate in! Look for more information in the next issue for challenge and activity highlights! For more information, visit the HR and you website www.uphshrandyou.com and log in by clicking on Healthy Rewards! If you have been using the Wellfocused Rewards site and have found success in improving your health and well-being, we would love to hear about it! Please submit your healthy success story to HRSuccessStory@uphs.upenn.edu
American Red Cross Blood Drive Date: Friday, July 12, 2013 Time: 8:00 AM – 1:00 PM Location: Medical Conference Room See the Presby Bulletin online for a direct link to sign up! You will need to register as a new user if you have not done so already Search by your Sponsor Code: 0223259
PPMC CHAIR NAMED PRESIDENT-ELECT OF WFUMB Harvey L. Nisenbaum, M.D., FACR, FAIUM, FSRU, chairman, Department of Medical Imaging at Penn Presbyterian Medical Center was named President-Elect (2013-2015) of the World Federation for Ultrasound in Medicine and Biology at the WFUMB World Congress 2013 Meeting, May 2-5, 2013 in Sao Paulo, Brazil. WFUMB is a federation of 6 organizations: American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine, Asian Federation of Societies for Ultrasound in Medicine and Biology, Australasian Society for Ultrasound in Medicine, European Federation of Societies for Ultrasound in Medicine and Biology, Federation of Latin America Societies of Ultrasound, and Mediterranean and African Society of Ultrasound.
Friday, October 18 , 2013 | Room 106, Philadelphia Heart Institute Penn Presbyterian’s Cultural Diversity Committee invites you to attend the fourth annual Cultural Diversity Conference. This year’s event will focus on topics related to health literacy. The morning session will feature a keynote address by Victoria Rich, PhD, RN, FAAN, chief nurse executive, and recipient of the American Organization of Nurse Executives’ 2013 Prism Diversity Award for her efforts in promoting diversity, inclusion, and cultural competency across the health system. The afternoon session will include a twohour hands-on workshop on improving communication between healthcare providers and patients with low health literacy, led by Aracely Rosales, chief content expert and multilingual director at Health Literacy Innovations. Stay tuned to future issues of the Presby Bulletin for more information on the conference program and registration information.
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