The Health Information Technology & Services (HITS) Service Desk is searching for students, recent graduates, or other qualified workers to join its entry-level apprenticeship program.
Health Information Technology & Services will be upgrading Toad Data Point Professional to version 5.0 on Wednesday, July 25, 2019, from 9 p.m. to 11 p.m. Users will need to close all queries by 9 p.m. Expected improvements include better performance, increased security, and fixed bugs.
Between 6 p.m. on Friday, July 12 and 6 p.m. on Sunday, July 14 – the SCAP database (which powers numerous Medical School applications and tools – see below) will move to a new server, and its underlying software will be upgraded.
Whether it be for employment, finance, or recreation, you’ve likely accumulated a proliferation of accounts and passwords.
During the upcoming July 4 holiday, the three Help Me Now locations will be closed.
Michigan Medicine is upgrading its automated medication dispensing cabinets across the health system and ambulatory care sites. BD Pyxis, will replace Omnicell, a tool used for nearly 20 years.
A note of appreciation for the HITS staff
Users can expect improved performance, increased security, and fixed bugs.
On June 13, 2019, the Biomedical Research Core Facilities Genomics Showcase more than 300 people came together to learn more about the rapidly evolving technologies, applications, and platforms available in the genomics space.
Michigan Medicine was recently featured for its use of Epic to improve screening rates for adults at risk of liver complications.
Amanda Sedlik, MSHI, BSN, RN became the new senior director for Clinical & Operational Applications in May. The previous interim senior director, Carleen Penoza, was recently named Michigan Medicine's Chief Informatics Nursing Officer.
Michigan Medicine was recently named the top employer in the state by Forbes! The rankings were compiled based off an independent and anonymous survey of nearly 80,000 employees working for companies employing at least 500 people.
An undergraduate project that got her interested in computers has led Kuchibhatla to a 10-year career in IT that improves patient engagement.
Karen Dalgleish, end user computing specialist senior, recently received peer recognition.
Workplace mobility is increasingly important to the continued growth and security of Michigan Medicine. Faculty, staff, and students often want to stay connected from wherever they are — and from whatever device they choose.
Get ready to explore the art of data and analytics!
For the seventh straight year, Michigan Medicine has been named of the nation’s 150 top places to work in health care, according to Becker’s Hospital Review. The list highlights “hospitals, health systems and health care companies that promote diversity within the workforce, employee engagement and professional growth.” Additionally, the employers offer benefits and opportunities for staff members to build successful careers above and beyond the average health care provider.
Oracle now requires a paid subscription to Java SE for commercial users to receive important updates and security patches. If you are responsible for a university instance of Java, it is critical that you use an up-to-date version and keep it updated with security patches as they are released. Oracle Java users need to either purchase a subscription (available in the ITS Software Store) or switch to other comparable software and keep it updated. For details, see ITS: Oracle Java SE Subscriptions.
Google announced yesterday that it stored the passwords of some G Suite users in plain text format in its administrative console. U-M is a G Suite user, and Google has informed the university that a very small number of U-M accounts were affected. Personal GMail accounts are not affected.
Enriching Scholarship was a four-day event that focuses on improving teaching, learning, and research through the effective integration of technology and pedagogy. It celebrate the U-M community coming together to share and learn best practices.
The Information Assurance: Michigan Medicine (IA) team was awarded a Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Innovation Mini-Grant from the Office of Health Equity and Inclusion.
With the goal of spreading awareness of the field of cybersecurity and available job opportunities, the IA team developed a two-hour interactive introduction to the field of information assurance.
Participants learned about the role that IA plays in keeping Michigan Medicine secure, and showcased the many possible opportunities and career paths that this field offers.
This message is intended for U-M IT staff who are responsible for university servers running versions of Windows that have the Remote Desktop Services component built in.
Raghu Tadi, app programmer/analyst senior, recently received peer recognition.
Health Information Technology and Services is pleased to share that Toad Data Point Professional will be upgraded to version 5.0 in May 2019. Users can expect improved performance, increased security, and fixed bugs.