Week in Review: Open Enrollment now underway; Long-time employees recognized at Service Awards — and more!

October 21, 2022  //  FOUND IN: Updates & Resources

You have until next Friday to update your benefits for 2023 during the organization’s Open Enrollment period. Fortunately, it won’t take you that long to get caught up on everything that’s happening at Headlines.

This week, the employee newsletter gave you an inside look at the Service Awards ceremony, which honored long-time employees at Michigan Medicine; Jack Kufahl, the organization’s chief information security officer, gave tips on how to stay safe while online; and readers learned about an important partnership in radiology between U-M Health and U-M Health West.

Here’s the latest:

Open Enrollment for 2023 benefits continues now through Oct. 28

There is one week remaining for Open Enrollment for 2023 benefits. From now until Oct. 28, you can make changes to health, dental, vision and legal plan enrollments, among other things. Check out some important tools and resources that will help you make the best decisions for your family moving forward.

Making Blue Go: Long-time employees recognized at annual Service Awards

For the first time since the pandemic began, the organization held an in-person Service Awards ceremony, recognizing employees who have been here 30, 35, 40, 45, 50 or 55 years. In total, 134 Michigan Medicine staff members were celebrated. Take a look back at this week’s festivities.

Addressing unique challenges: A conversation with Jack Kufahl, chief information security officer for Michigan Medicine

How much do you know about phishing or social engineering? And are you aware of unique cybersecurity challenges Michigan Medicine faces as an academic medical center? You can learn about all of that on the latest episode of The Wrap employee podcast, which features Chief Information Security Officer Jack Kufahl. Check it out via YouTube at the top of the page!

Michigan Medicine, U-M Health West strengthen partnership and improve patient care with remote emergency radiology service

This past May, radiology launched an emergency remote imaging service between Michigan Medicine and U-M Health West. The partnership supports the two organizations’ shared vision, improves workflows, provides optimal care and re-envisions collaboration in health care. Click through for details!

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