News

Jointly funded program to coordinate identity management

01/31/2017

The Enterprise Identity and Access Management (EIAM) Program, which received joint funding from the U-M Office of the Provost and Michigan Medicine last fall, officially launched in January. DePriest Dockins of Information & Technology Services (ITS) and Nimi Subramanian of Health Information Technology & Services (HITS) co-direct the program, and Vice President for Information Technology and Chief Information Officer Kelli Trosvig is the executive sponsor.

Security
WiFi popup clinics

WiFi Friday pop-up clinics come to Towsley Triangle

01/11/2017

To assist the Michigan Medicine community with AirWatch and other wireless network connections, Health Information Technology & Services — or HITS — teams will be offering “pop-up” clinics in the Towsley Triangle area of the hospital on Fridays, beginning this Friday, Jan. 13, from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m.

Services & Support
2016 Learning Catalyst Award Winners

Learning Catalyst Awards

01/06/2017

Nominations are now open for the Learning Catalyst Awards!

Education

HITS opening ‘Help Me Now’ site in Towsley

01/04/2017

On Jan. 9, Health Information Technology & Services  or HITS  will open a new Help Me Now walk-up support site in the Towsley Center for Continuing Medical Education, located in Room G2413 (near the lobby just inside the building entrance).

Services & Support
2016 Microsoft Outlook upgrade is underway for coreimage devices.

Coming soon: upgrade of Outlook email system

10/04/2016

Microsoft Office 2016, including Outlook, has been successfully rolled out to most CoreImage devices throughout the health system.

Services & Support
AirWatch Software Bundle Provides Access to Clinical Apps

AirWatch app bundle adoption a success

06/05/2016

Since its roll-out in April 2016, the AirWatch Medical App Bundle – a collection of medically-based applications which allow UMHS employees and medical students access to free clinical information on their mobile devices – has seen significant success in adoption and usage.

Clinical

Free application bundle offered to UMHS through AirWatch

04/16/2016

The Taubman Health Sciences Library, MSIS, UMHS, and U-M Library are making a number of sponsored medical resources available to the UMHS Community.

Clinical

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