Continuing medical education (CME) is an educational activity designed to improve physician performance leading to enhanced patient care.
MLearning is used widely across Michigan Medicine to schedule learning, to monitor completion and to assess competencies. It is the Michigan Medicine learning management system for the administration, documentation, tracking, reporting and delivery of Michigan Medicine mandatory requirements, educational courses and training programs.
Request access to the Oracle Business Intelligence Suite (OBIS) for access to the Quality Analytics Dashboards.
Michigan Medicine uses Microsoft Outlook Exchange as the infrastructure application for email, calendaring, contact lists, and task management. CoreImage devices use the Microsoft Office 2016 suite of applications, which includes Outlook.
Michigan Medicine supports a paging system to facilitate on-the-go communication.
Michigan Medicine supports a variety of HP printers to meet your needs.
If you need to procure computing equipment and devices for your unit, HITS can help.
This tool helps you build surveys for use in research, assessment or evaluation projects. It's provided to the University of Michigan community at no cost.
The Research Computing Package (RCP) offers computing services and data storage at no cost to Michigan Medicine faculty.
SchedulOn is a web-based event management application used for scheduling meetings and planning events across the Michigan Medicine community.
In order to protect sensitive data, it's important to work with the HITS Service Desk to properly dispose of computers and devices.
Secure transfer of files that contain electronic Protected Health Information (ePHI) or other sensitive information is supported by the MiShare platform.
HITS deploys and manages a wide range of servers to meet your business needs. Our systems are deployed with standardized Operating Systems (OS) configurations, which allow for a reliable, efficient, secure and highly available hosting service for Michigan Medicine users.
HITS supports shared file storage technology to enable collaboration across projects and teams and to make it easy for faculty, staff and students to access the same files from multiple locations and computing platforms.
SharePoint is a web-based platform that creates an environment in which teams across Michigan Medicine can collaborate together on various types of projects and initiatives.
Skype for Business is Michigan Medicine's primary, non-clinical business communication tool for Instant Messaging (IM), screen sharing, and audio/videoconferencing - known as Dial-in Conferencing. It has seamless integration with the Microsoft Office suite of applications, which includes the various business apps we use on Core devices - Word,...
HITS can help you find the right smartphone or other mobile device for your needs. Smartphones can be purchased through your department or you can adapt your personal device for use at work.
Get a shared destination for the files you and your team use every day. The HITS Network Attached Storage (NAS) solution provides scalability to meet your growing needs plus it's secure and backed up so you don’t have to worry about keeping your data safe.
HITS supports telephone systems throughout Michigan Medicine.
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U-M Box (formerly known as M+ Box) is a partnership between the University of Michigan and Box that offers an easy and safe way to store and share files and collaborate with others.
U-M Google is a U-M partnership that provides Google Apps services to enable collaboration and productivity.
U-M Hosting is an institutionally supported hosting platform designed for websites built in Drupal 7, a popular open-source content management system.
Vidyo is an easy-to-use video conferencing system that can be used anywhere.
With a VPN, authorized users can securely access internal Michigan Medicine IT resources, including MiChart, file servers and intranet sites. Alternate VPN clients are also available for faculty and staff working with the VA hospital and for users who need access to the Center for Computational Medicine and Bioinformatics (CCMB) networks and...