Take patient objections and turn them into MyChart activations

Are you encountering patient objections to activating their MyChart account? Use these suggested responses to combat some common patient objections and turn them into MyChart activations.

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Don’t let daylight saving time keep you awake; celebrate sleep health instead

Daylight saving time has arrived. But losing sleep as we "spring forward" doesn’t mean your health should suffer as a result. Learn about how sleep affects your health, well-being and safety.

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Stars & Shields Spotlight: Alexandra Rodriguez, LVN

Rodriguez has been a nurse since 2009, joining UT Health San Antonio in June 2014. In this spotlight feature, read more about a day in the work life of this Gold Shield Award recipient, as well as her background and future aspirations.

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Know your risk: Diabetes Alert Day is March 23

Could you have diabetes and not know it? One in four Americans is unaware that they are living with diabetes. Understand your risk and learn more about diabetes from Dr. Ralph DeFronzo, endocrinologist with UT Health Physicians.

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New employees can schedule to receive COVID-19 vaccine

New employees are eligible to schedule a COVID-19 vaccination appointment through a secure online portal as soon as they have a valid UT Health San Antonio user ID and password.

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Join in a virtual celebration of our new hospital

Join us for a very special online event celebrating the virtual groundbreaking and cornerstone unveiling for the UT Health San Antonio Multispecialty & Research Hospital on Monday, March 29.

New system for requesting marketing, communications and media services

Learn how to submit a request thorough the new Marketing, Communications and Media service catalog, which offers a simple, one-stop location for easy access to marketing services. View the guide here.

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Volunteers needed for COVID-19 vaccine clinics

The state has designated UT Health San Antonio’s clinical practice a vaccine hub. Volunteers are needed to assist patients, especially older patients, as they arrive on campus to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.

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COVID-19 hotline, testing and vaccine information

If you are feeling sick or think you may need a COVID-19 test, the COVID-19 hotline (210-450-8000) is available to serve you. FAQs about the vaccine, including how to reschedule if you missed your appointment, are also available on our COVID-19 website.

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