Monthly Archives: November 2014

Nov 25

Work Together, Walk Together Grudge Match Ends With More Than 1.5B Steps

11/25/14 | Featured Event, November

WTWTGraphicSquareWith 464 teams and 2,113 individuals competing the the Work Together, Walk Together Grudge Match steps challenge, MU Health Care players took more than 1.5 billion steps towards better health.

Nov 20

FetaLink Upgrade

11/20/14 | November

Nov 17

3M Chart Release Go-live

11/17/14 | November

Primary Goal:  Leverage data to identify trends, improve processes, and assess outcomes

Primary Goal: Leverage data to identify trends, improve processes, and assess outcomes

3M Chart Release is used by MU to meet request for information mandates in the health information management department (Medical Records).  The previously used system was retired by the supplier.

Nov 13

Mitch Wasden presents at Cerner Health Conference

11/13/14 | Featured Posts, Newsroom

On Nov. 2, Mitch Wasden, EdD, chief executive officer and chief operating officer of MU Health Care, presented at the Cerner Health Conference Sunday night general session to an audience of more than 5,700 attendees.  He discussed why patients need to be at the center of everything we do and how the Tiger Institute for Health Innovation is helping MU Health Care in this critical component of patient engagement.  Watch his presentation here and understand why this is so important for the future of health care and improving the health and care of patients across Missouri and ultimately everywhere.

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Nov 12

Upgrade to Cerner Millennium 2015.01

11/12/14 | Featured Event, November

University of Missouri Health Care upgraded code to the new Cerner Millenium 2015.01 release.

Nov 12

LifeImage Go-live

11/12/14 | November

Nov 5

Google Analytics Enabled in the Portal

11/5/14 | November

Nov 5

Tiger Institute and MUHC present 17 sessions at Cerner Health Conference

11/5/14 | Featured Event, November

This year’s Cerner Health Conference was kicked off by our own Mitch Wasden, the CEO and COO of MU Health Care at the Sunday, Nov. 5 General Session. Mitch discussed how technology can improve patient engagement and how we overcame cultural challenges to improve adoption. 
 
The Tiger Institute also showcased recent innovations on the Solutions Gallery floor. Our engineers and designers collaborate directly with physicians, nurses, researchers, and students. We develop unique solutions that are used locally and marketed globally.
 
Finally, many of our initiatives across MU Health Care were featured at education sessions led by MU Health Care and Tiger Institute associates. Topics included past successful experiences like orders, specialty EMRs, device integration, and achieving HIMSS Stage 7 and Meaningful Use Stage 2.Other sessions featured information on our ongoing value-based transformation initiatives and research strategies. And our CMIO, Dr. Tom Selva, was featured in the Client Achievements area of the Solutions Gallery where he discussed the infusion of technology and design within MU Health Care’s ambulatory business model.

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Nov 2

Tiger Institute at Cerner Health Conference – Sessions

11/2/14 | Connecting Missouri, Featured Posts, Newsroom

This year’s Cerner Health Conference is kicked off by our own Mitch Wasden, the CEO and COO of MU Health Care at the Sunday, Nov. 5 General Session. Mitch will discuss how technology can improve patient engagement and how we overcame cultural challenges to improve adoption. The general session begins at 5 p.m.
 
The Tiger Institute will also showcase recent innovations on the Solutions Gallery floor. Our engineers and designers collaborate directly with physicians, nurses, researchers, and students. We develop unique solutions that are used locally and marketed globally. Stop by to see us and learn about e-visit technology in the patient portal, blood pressure percentiles MPage component, and the pain management MPage. We’ve also begun development for a Google Glass application for use in surgery and we’ll be showing our new consumer-facing mental health app, MoodTrek.
 
Finally, many of our initiatives across MU Health Care will be featured at education sessions led by MU Health Care and Tiger Institute associates, as outlined in the table below. Topics include past successful experiences like orders, specialty EMRs, device integration, and achieving HIMSS Stage 7 and Meaningful Use Stage 2. You can also learn about ongoing value-based transformation initiatives and research strategies. And our CMIO, Dr. Tom Selva, will be featured in the Client Achievements area of the Solutions Gallery on Tuesday at 3 p.m. when he’ll discuss the infusion of technology and design within MU Health Care’s ambulatory business model.

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