VHA Releases "Go Green" Principles to Change the Nature of Business Operations
Submitted by: VHA Inc.
Posted: Jun 24, 2009 – 09:14 AM EST
Jun. 24 /CSRwire/ - IRVING, Texas, June 24 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- VHA Inc., the national network of not-for-profit, community-owned hospitals, today released its second annual Corporate Citizenship & Sustainability Scorecard, showing progress in sustainability-related efforts across VHA and its family of companies. Ratings also improved in key workplace indicators, including improved employee satisfaction, workplace diversity, and training and development programs. VHA's CC&S Scorecard tracks progress in four strategic business areas: workplace, operational transparency, community engagement and sustainability.
"Over the past year, our family of companies - VHA, Novation and Provista - acted in ways that not only enhanced member services and supported our mission, but positively impacted our world," said Curt Nonomaque, VHA's president and chief executive officer. "How we operate is just as important as the financial results we deliver. In fact," Nonomaque added, "they are inseparably linked. We can't have one without the other."
This year's CC&S Scorecard includes some of the names and faces of employees who have taken the citizenship and sustainability value to heart, leading efforts to be more efficient and create a positive business environment that is good for employees, hospital members and local communities.
"Our progress would not be possible without dedicated efforts by team members across the company and throughout our regions," said Michael Regier, VHA's general counsel and senior vice president of Legal and Corporate Affairs. "From visionary leadership to employees who come in every day with fresh ideas to make a difference, we all contribute to reducing costs, limiting waste and increasing efficiency."
Some of the employee stories included:
To view the CC&S Scorecard, including the six Go Green Principles, visit www.vha.com.
About VHA - VHA Inc., based in Irving, Texas, is a national network of not-for-profit health care organizations that work together to drive maximum savings in the supply chain arena, set new levels of clinical performance, and identify and implement best practices to improve operational efficiency and clinical outcomes. Formed in 1977, VHA serves more than 1,400 hospitals and more than 23,000 non-acute care providers nationwide.
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