A committed workforce results in better service and experiences for our members. SVP and Chief Human Resources Officer Karen Ward shares what we've learned about fostering employee engagement and a culture of open communication.
Find out how we've developed an engaged and diverse workforce to better understand people's differences and improve the health of our members.
Getting the right health screenings can prevent serious disease, but it’s a lot to keep up with. Meet the digital designer who works with our clinical teams to make this easier for the people we serve.
Tamala McDuffie’s experiences as a veteran, nursing assistant and children’s social worker influence her approach to supporting our members. Read how one member benefitted from her compassion.
A chance encounter inspired our employee Heather Kwon to serve Chattanooga’s homeless community. Here’s her story.
Our intentional efforts to build our inclusive, culturally competent workforce helped us rise on Forbes’ “Best Employers for Diversity” list.
We’re honored to be recognized as the nation’s no. 3 employer for diversity by Forbes: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQoAc. And it’s even better to know that together, our people have created a workplace where every employee is valued, respected and trusted as part of the team.
Sometimes keeping up with health screenings and medications can be difficult. That’s why Jameekah and her teammates are here. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQ3ls
Congratulations to our chief medical officer, Dr. Andrea Willis, for being named a Nashville Business Journal Woman of Influence.
Brittany has two support roles – sports mom for her son and problem-solver for health care providers.