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.
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.
Nominations are now open for the Learning Catalyst Awards!
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).
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.
The Taubman Health Sciences Library, MSIS, UMHS, and U-M Library are making a number of sponsored medical resources available to the UMHS Community.