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Jason Little Updates

Happy Hospital Week!

Hospital Week is one of the most special times of the year because it gives us an opportunity to celebrate you and all you do to make Baptist great. I hope you can take part in some (or …

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Join Baptist CEO Jason Little for an Evening of Improv!

Monday May 9 5:30 p.m. – Refreshments 6:00 p.m. – Performance Begins Baptist Women’s Hospital Main Lobby Baptist and Jason Little, Baptist’s president and CEO, welcome Playback Memphis, a form of improvisational theater that engages the audience through the …

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Enhancing patient care from the state capitol

The health care industry has experienced dramatic changes in recent years due to the influence of local, state and federal government. The Affordable Care Act, Medicare reform, Medicaid expansion, certificate of need laws, and scope of practice legislation …

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An easy way to make a positive difference

Earlier this month, I wrote about engagement and asked you to take the employee engagement survey sometime between April 26 and May 17. When our leaders came together for BLDI last week, we further explored the importance of …

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A threat to our patients

Hello team members, Recently, an alarming number of hospitals and health care systems have fallen victim to a type of computer virus called “ransomware.” Ransomware is a type of malicious software that restricts access to a computer system …

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104 years and counting

For as long as Baptist has been in existence, we have educated future health care professionals. As other health care organizations closed their schools, we have continued to invest in ours, adapting to health care’s ever-changing needs. The …

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Let’s get engaged!

All relationships are unique and special. Whether a personal relationship, business relationship or work relationship, it often takes commitment and hard work to foster transparency, open dialogue and communication. This can be especially true for working relationships. To …

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