Monthly Archives: February 2016

Feb 28

Cancer Registry Loaded into i2b2

2/28/16 | February

Cancer registry loaded into MU’s local i2b2. All tasks completed in the local i2b2 instance necessary to catch MU’s technical infrastructure up in the Greater Plains Collaborative as a full participant.

Feb 26

LifeImage LILA

2/26/16 | February

Feb 22

RAPID project kickoff

2/22/16 | February

The Tiger Institute, the MU School of Medicine, Cerner, and Roche kick off the RAPID project. RAPID seeks to integrate data from multiple systems to provide a central point of view for conducting Tumor Board meetings. This project brings in $1.5M in total funding to the School of Medicine, Tiger Institute, and Cerner.

Feb 22

Healthe Athlete

2/22/16 | February

Feb 19

UH 4th Floor Remodel

2/19/16 | Featured Event, February

Feb 16

Office 2013 Applications

2/16/16 | February

Working with the Server team, Ancillary Applications migrated Office 2013 applications to new servers and optimized them for better profile management and ease of application use.

Feb 10

Internet Explorer 11 Upgrade

2/10/16 | February

Internet Explorer was updated to the fully supported version after the retirement of MyApps from the MUHC enterprise. IE 11 provides updated web browser functionality required for many of our Cerner and third party applications.

Feb 9

MoodTrek Receives A+ Security Rating

2/9/16 | February

MoodTrek was evaluated by Qualys SSL Labs security auditing and received an A+ rating for its server security. This is the highest rating possible from this recognized industry standard.

Feb 5

MU Health Care and Tiger Institute at HIMSS Conference, Feb 29 – Mar 4, 2016

2/5/16 | Featured Posts

Several team members MU Health Care and Tiger Institute will attend the 2016 Health Information Management Systems Society Annual Conference and Exhibition to be held in Las Vegas Feb 29-March 4.

Please join us at the following education sessions and event:

UX , ROI, and the ‘Bottom Line’

Date: Wednesday, March 2, 2016

Time: 10 am – 11 am PT

Presenters: Bryan Bliven, Chief Information Officer, MU Health Care and Executive Director, Tiger Institute for Health Innovation

Description: Experienced health system administrators will discuss the ways incorporating UCD in HIT development and optimizing HIT usability can decrease total cost of ownership for HIT products and improve financial outcomes. Potential ROI from improved HIT interfaces will be discussed. The costs and benefits of revamping vs. replacing legacy IT systems to achieve better UX will be explored.

 

Delivering Value with IT: Grass Roots to Planned Projects

Date: Thursday, March 3, 2016

Time: 8:30 am – 9:30 am PT

Presenters: Bryan Bliven, Chief Information Officer, MU Health Care and Executive Director, Tiger Institute for Health Innovation
Eileen Phillips, RN, MSN, CIC, Infection Control Professional, MU Health Care
Mike Bragg, Director of Technology, Tiger Institute for Health Innovation

Description: Learn how HIMSS Davies Award Winner University of Missouri Health Care delivers value through IT. Emphasis will be on the 202% ROI over five years, including project governance, selection, and monitoring. Additionally, the team will review case studies demonstrating clinical value achieved with the reduction of catheter-associated urinary tract infection rates and through device integration.

 

HIMSS 16 Awards Gala:

Thursday evening, March 3, Dr. Thomas Selva will accept our HIMSS Davies Award.

Feb 3

3M Chart Release Outcomes

2/3/16 | February

3M Chart Release is a Release of Information management system used by medical records, which enables Health Information Management to track records requests and disclosure and collect overdue payments. 3M Chart release equipped MU Health Care to collect about $7,900 in previously uncollected collectable each month, which equals almost $95,000 annually. Key benefits include labor efficiency and cost savings from decreased HAIs.