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Solvent Insights 4.28.20

SCHA, Solvent Networks offer Employee Communications Toolkit Employees are your most important audience anytime, but especially in a crisis such as COVID-19. We know you’re working hard to keep the lines of communication open and provide credible, accurate information, and it’s a big challenge. SCHA and Solvent Networks have created a communications toolkit to supplement what you’re already doing and possibly offer some new ideas, templates and examples. Resources include: Crisis communications guidance; Ways to say

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FOLDER: Employee Communications Toolkit

Employee Communications Toolkit Employee Communication During and After the COVID-19 Crisis Solvent Communications Toolkit 4.24.20 edition Billboard files Digital Print Flyer files We Love 8.5 x 11 Poster files We Love 17 x 11 Screensaver files We Love Screensaver Social Media Files Thank a hero today (include your logo) Take time to thank a hero today (Solvent Networks logo) Thank a hero today Thank a hero today (Solvent Networks logo) Take time to thank a hero today

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Highlights & Happenings 4.27.20

Hats Off to Our Healthcare Heroes, a campaign through April 30 SCHA has partnered with South Carolina-based apparel company Southern Tide in Hats Off to Our Healthcare Heroes, a campaign to raise funding and resources for the state’s frontline healthcare workers impacted by COVID-19. 100% of the profits from Southern Tide’s Healthcare Heroes Collection will go to frontline healthcare workers impacted by COVID-19. These critical dollars will be used to support South Carolina hospital employees and their families who are making

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Highlights & Happenings 4.23.20

We’re still here, ready to help.  As a division of SCHA, Solvent Networks is committed to helping our hospitals and health systems respond to the COVID-19 emergency. This issue offers solutions that may help hospitals maintain continuity of both clinical and administrative operations. Please also continue to monitor SCHA’s COVID-19 webpage for the latest updates. Collective Medical can help hospitals meet new CMS reporting rule The CMS has released the Interoperability and Patient Access final rule, modifying its Conditions of

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The Conversation around COVID-19 in the Southeast

Social media is a powerful platform for unofficial, real-time communication, and we’re listening.  SCHA and Solvent Networks are monitoring social media conversations about COVID-19 to understand what’s on the minds of our important audiences.  With data and analysis provided by Clemson University’s Social Media Listening Center, we offer Listening, a Solvent Insights report that may be of value to hospital leaders. Listening-SCHA_Solvent_ClemsonReport (1)  

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Micro-Actions & Mindset Shifts for the Healthcare Workforce to Bolster Resilience

Micro-Actions and Mindset Shift for HCW Micro-Actions & Mindset Shifts for the Healthcare Workforce to Bolster Resilience SELF-CARE Self-care means actively nurturing a kinder friendship with yourself by practicing self-compassion, learning how to reset and renew, and finding ways to refuel your mind, body, and soul. It is vital to identify the signs of stress in yourself and your loved ones when facing something like COVID-19 Take a one-minute stretch break whenever you can throughout

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Highlights & Happenings 4.16.20

YOUR PEOPLE ARE YOUR IMPORTANT AUDIENCE. Navigating the COVID-19 communications challenge. By A. Neill Cameron Jr. Covid-19 is the most overcommunicated incident in the history of the world. That is not hyperbole. It is simply a reflection of the ubiquity of digital platforms that did not exist on 9/11/2001. Everyone with a smart phone is a journalist. Everyone with an opinion and a way to publish it is an expert. Never has there been a

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Highlights & Happenings 4.14.20

Two fundraisers aim to help SC healthcare workers Two new initiatives have been launched to raise money to help our “healthcare heroes” on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic. Carolina Panthers running back Christian McCaffrey has launched a fundraiser called “22 and You” to support physicians, nurses and other hospital staff who risk their lives to save others, according to the NFL star who wears the number 22. McCaffrey’s partners at Lowe’s Home Improvement

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SCHA Secures HHS Grant to Help SC Hospitals

SCHA Secures HHS Grant to Help SC Hospitals (Columbia, SC – April 14, 2020) The S.C. Hospital Association (SCHA) has been awarded a federal grant of nearly $700,000 to support hospitals battling the COVID-19 pandemic. The grant will help hospitals purchase much-needed supplies for healthcare workers and prepare for an expected surge of COVID-19 patients in the weeks ahead. The grant was awarded by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to help hospitals

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Important information about COVID-19 from Solvent Networks