July 7, 2015

Jeremy Kaye, M.D., Professor Emeritus of Radiology and Radiological Sciences, died July 4 at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. He was 75. Dr. Kaye came to Vanderbilt in 1976 when he was recruited to direct Musculoskeletal Radiology. He was intimately involved in the design and relocation of the department from Medical Center North to Vanderbilt University Hospital upon the facility's opening in September 1980. Read more...

Jeff Balser and Susan Wente introduce FAQ answers for faculty about VU/VUMC transition


As Vanderbilt University and Medical Center continue to prepare to become separate legal and financial entities, providing updated information to faculty impacted by the reorganization is a priority across the institution. Read more...

ICD-10 Education Fairs continue


A series of informational events in the coming months will boost awareness and knowledge of the new medical coding and reporting system going into effect later this year. Read more...

All three steps of Go for the Gold are now available


The third (and final) step in Go for the Gold is now available. The Game Plan for Your Health video features personal interviews with Vanderbilt faculty and staff and provides practical ways to take charge of your health. Read more...

This week's Quality, Safety and Risk Prevention weekly quiz announced; winners get gift card, chance for iPad


Each week through July 24, the department will have a mini-quiz that will include five questions designed to help you easily learn/review quality and safety facts and policies. Each quiz should take you no more than five minutes to complete. Weekly prizes include a $50 gift card from various businesses, including Kroger, Starbucks, Target, Shell, Amazon and Mapco. Last week's winner was Amber Caldwell of Diagnostic Radiology. Read more...

Vanderbilt to host Meet the Candidates picnic July 16


Vanderbilt University will host a Meet the Candidates picnic in advance of the upcoming election for Nashville's next mayor, vice mayor and members of the Metro Council. Read more...

From VICC's "Momentum" magazine: Easy on the Eyes


Jude Kee's amber eyes are framed with brown glasses, the better to see his favorite "Mickey Mouse Clubhouse" show, which he requests over and over again, or to read his favorite books, like "The Little Engine That Could" and "Llama Llama Hoppity-Hop." Read more...