Week in Review: Week of June 24, 2019
Headlines was in full supply of important stories this week! That’s because the employee newsletter gave readers an inside look at Supply Chain Services, a group that impacts all areas of patient care. Janet Abbruzzese, director of Supply Chain Strategy and Procurement, also stopped by for an in-depth Q&A about the work her team performs.
On top of that, Human Resources supplied staff members with the results of the recent Employee Engagement Survey and Mott detailed how it will supply kids with a summer full of fun through Camp Little Victors!
In case you missed any of that, here’s the latest!
Meet Michigan Medicine: Supply Chain Services
Whether it’s evaluating products, purchasing items or managing inventory, Supply Chain Services does it all. In fact, the group of 180 employees sees it as their goal to partner with staff across the health system to ensure that exceptional patient care can be carried out at all times. Click here to learn more about this dynamic team.
Getting supplies to ‘the right place at the right time’: Q&A with Janet Abbruzzese
The department profile wasn’t the only way readers learned about Supply Chain this week. On Thursday, Janet Abbruzzese sat down with Headlines for a wide-ranging chat about her team. Check out what she had to say and find out why Supply Chain Services works so hard to get products to employees when and where they need them.
2019 Employee Engagement Survey results: What you need to know
Back in April, more than 18,000 employees took the Vital Voices Employee Engagement Survey. Now, the results are in. Take a closer look at what the organization learned from the feedback and find out how Michigan Medicine plans to act on the results in the months and years ahead. (You can find out even more about the results by listening to this week’s episode of The Wrap above!)
As the summer heats up, Mott offers cool virtual camp for kids
School’s out, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t enriching – and fun – things for your children to do over the next few weeks. In fact, the experts at Mott have come together to develop a virtual summer camp, giving kids the opportunity to learn and play over the next six weeks. Click through to learn more about Camp Little Victors!
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