Employee Pulse Survey Has Launched
You Matter to Us. What Matters to You? Tell us by taking BWH’s employee pulse survey. The anonymous eight-question survey will take two to three minutes to complete. Human Resources is committed to sharing the results and quickly identifying areas for improvement in order to make BWH an even better place to work. After you complete the survey, you will be taken to a new page to enter into a raffle if you wish. Information entered for the raffle will not be tied in any way to the survey that you completed. Contact Ellen Gilmore at email@example.com if you need paper surveys for your department. Click here to take the survey.
Partners eCare Training
Partners eCare/Epic training began earlier this month, and continues through Friday, May 29. A training website has launched and provides information on classes, shuttle schedules to and from the Partners eCare Training Center and more. Parking at the training center is limited, and staff are encouraged to use shuttles from BWH and BWFH or public transportation. Visit BWHPikeNotes.org to learn more.
As the weather gets warmer, remember that BWH is a tobacco-free campus. BWH’s mission is to provide our patients and families with the best possible care. By being tobacco-free, we offer a healthier environment for everyone who comes through our doors. Please refrain from smoking on or around campus or near homes in the area. BWH has resources available for those who would like to quit smoking. Contact Occupational Health at 617-732-6034 to learn more, or visit BWHPikeNotes.org for information about smoking cessation.
BCRISP 2.0 Final Presentations
BCRISP 2.0 final presentations are Wednesday, March 25, from 2 to 4 p.m., in Carrie Hall. The BWPO Care Redesign Incubator Startup Program (BCRISP) seeks to support and test innovative pilots for care improvement around BWHC. Sixty-seven proposals were submitted for consideration for the program, from which 10 finalist teams were selected to receive funding and project management support to implement and evaluate their ideas.
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