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Improving Data Access and Analysis through Implementation of SAP HANA (Carolina Data Warehouse for Health 3.0)
The CDW-H 3.0 project will introduce a virtual access layer into the data integration environment. ISD is currently collaborating with key partners and business stakeholders to complete this project. The CDWH3.0 project team selected the SAP HANA platform to support UNCHCS’s move to a virtual access layer, and is on track for an initial go-live targeted for October 2019.
Located in Employee News Online / 2019 / July 11
Improving Geriatric Emergency Medicine
UNC Health Care recently held a Geriatric Emergency Medicine Boot Camp to generate ideas for improving emergency care for elderly adults. The boot camp was the result of UNC Health Care’s participation in the Geriatric Emergency Medicine Collaborative, a national collaborative of health-care systems seeking to produce better outcomes for these patients.
Located in News / 2017 / March
In the Halls of New Knowledge
A wide variety of research was on display this week during Student Research Day.
Located in Vital Signs / 2015 / Dec. 3
Infectious Disease Clinic Celebrates Early Heroes
A recent gathering in the UNC Infectious Disease Clinic served as a reunion for the nurses and other medical staff who worked tirelessly to care for patients in the early days of the HIV/AIDS epidemic and ultimately led to the establishment of a dedicated clinic within the hospital for those patients.
Located in Vital Signs / 2016 / Jan. 7
Innovative course pairs medical students and law students
In “Current Issues in Law & Medicine,” teams composed of both MD and JD students work together across traditional boundaries to explore the legal and medical considerations surrounding health care subjects.
Located in News / 2015 / November
Inside Job
As UNC Hospitals' lead hospitalist, Dr. Allen Liles combines clinical skills with systems and process understanding to provide inpatients more seamless care and to improve quality.
Located in News / 2014 / December
International Infection Prevention Week at UNC Hospitals
Infection prevention initiatives throughout the hospital are critical to reducing healthcare-associated infections, readmissions to the hospital, and patient mortality. In addition, healthcare-associated infection metrics are publicly reportable and our hospital reimbursement rates are dependent on our provision of the safest patient care we can deliver. Everyone can play a role in infection prevention, from participation in our hospital’s Clean In, Clean Out hand hygiene program to adhering to isolation precautions signs posted on the patient’s doors to advocating for our patients to have devices (e.g., central lines and foley catheters) removed as soon as possible.
Located in Employee News Online / 2016 / Oct. 20
Ivester appointed as UNC Hospitals' Chief Medical Officer and Vice President of Medical Affairs
Thomas Ivester, MD, MPH, Associate Professor in Maternal Fetal Medicine, has been selected as UNC Hospitals' Chief Medical Officer (CMO) and VP of Medical Affairs (VPMA). Dr. Ivester will begin this appointment on April 24, 2017, and report to Gary Park, President of UNC Hospitals, with a matrix reporting relationship to Dr. Tony Lindsey, UNC Health Care's Chief Medical Officer.
Located in Employee News Online / 2017 / March 30
Two Carolina faculty members have created an augmented reality video game designed for pediatric hospital patients called Adventure Squad with the goal of keeping the young patients active during their treatment.
Located in Employee News Online / 2019 / July 18
Leveraging clinical data to improve bariatric surgery outcomes
UNC physicians, including Meredith Duke, MD, MBA, are part of a national effort to improve bariatric surgery patient outcomes.
Located in Vital Signs / 2017 / March 16