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    Posted by: Mark Ohrtman, The University of Chicago Medicine

    Date: August 18, 2016 3:06 PM

    Hi CBISA Community,
    My name is Mark Ohrtman and I am new this community – I’m working that University of Chicago Medical Center in the Community Affairs Dept.
    We have a department that was in-part responsible for organizing American Heart Association walk to raise funds and awareness to confront heart disease. The funds did not flow back to the University of Chicago Medical Center. Can I count the time of all those staff that walked – their time during the walk was being underwritten by the institution.
    All my best,
    Mark Ohrtman

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    Response: Peter Morgan, Adventist Medical Center-Portland
    Date: August 30, 2016 10:25 AM
    Mark,

    It would depend what you mean by underwritten. If it was “underwritten” through your payroll system you can count their wages paid for the time in the walk. If it was “underwritten” by way of a donation check, the hours would be volunteer hours only. Do not forget to count other expenses involved with this event such as organizational time, if that was on the clock.

    If Nadia Salibi stills works there tell her hello for me.

    Take care,

    Peter Morgan, MBA
    Community & Government Affairs Coordinator

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    Response: Jo Anne Leslie, Henry Ford Health System

    Date: August 18, 2016 3:05 PM

    Hi Mark,
    Are you saying the staff was paid by the Medical Center to walk?
    At our organization, we never counted the time spent “walking”, since it was not paid time and our organization incurred no cost for the walking, but did count the paid work time that staff spent raising funds for AHA. (We were one of the top funding raising companies in the nation when we participated).

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    Response: Peter Morgan, Adventist Medical Center-Portland
    Date: August 30, 2016 10:25 AM
    Mark,

    It would depend what you mean by underwritten. If it was “underwritten” through your payroll system you can count their wages paid for the time in the walk. If it was “underwritten” by way of a donation check, the hours would be volunteer hours only. Do not forget to count other expenses involved with this event such as organizational time, if that was on the clock.

    If Nadia Salibi stills works there tell her hello for me.

    Take care,

    Peter Morgan, MBA
    Community & Government Affairs Coordinator

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