Week in Review: Week of Oct. 21, 2019

October 25, 2019  //  FOUND IN: Updates & Resources,

The week began with the debut of “A Minute with Marschall,” a new resource that will help employees better understand the direction the organization is headed. Now, take just a few more minutes to get caught up on all that’s happening at Michigan Medicine!

In recent days, employees learned details of open enrollment; the Office of Counseling and Workplace Resilience shared how they can be a valuable partner for faculty and staff; and a patient described her experience balancing breast cancer treatment with her daily responsibilities.

In case you missed anything, here’s the latest!

Inside Michigan Medicine: Introducing ‘A Minute with Marschall’

Marschall S. Runge, M.D., Ph.D., the executive vice president for medical affairs, dean of the medical school, and CEO of Michigan Medicine, recently launched a new resource where he will share his thoughts on the organization’s direction, its vision and values, and the important role played by you — the valuable faculty and staff. Click here for details of “A Minute with Marschall.”

Benefits open enrollment runs through Nov. 1

From now until Friday, Nov. 1, employees and retirees have a chance to change their benefits, including health, dental, vision and legal plans. Find out more about open enrollment and why you should review your plans even if you do not anticipate making any changes.

Meet Michigan Medicine: Office of Counseling and Workplace Resilience

Working in an academic medical center can be inspiring and exhilarating, but it can also potentially lead to stress and burnout. Fortunately, all Michigan Medicine faculty and staff have a resource available to them at no cost that can help them stay strong each and every day. Click through for more on the Office of Counseling and Workplace Resilience!

Balancing cancer treatment with life

When Logan Moore noticed a change to her breast — and a mammogram later confirmed stage 3 breast cancer — she turned to experts at the Rogel Cancer Center for treatment. During Breast Cancer Awareness Month, learn Moore’s story and find out how she has been able to balance her treatment with the obligations that come from having two young children.

Did you miss the Quality Month celebration earlier this week? Don’t worry! Get an inside look at the festivities by listening to The Wrap above and stay tuned to Headlines next week for even more coverage.