On Monday, May 4, 2015, the Epic@UNC Cadence scheduling application will go live at Johnston, High Point, and Caldwell practices! To prepare for this Go-Live, beginning on Friday evening, May 1, an electronic conversion of appointments and a limited amount of registration information from the legacy systems into Epic@UNC is planned. See details on who qualifies to assist and how to sign up.
Effective Monday, April 20, when a provider selects “Letters” while in the “Results” tab in Epic@UNC, the "Communication Management" activity will open. Note the following details.
There is still time to register for the 26th Annual May Day Trauma Conference. The conference will be held at the Friday Center on May 6, 7.
A 5K race hosted by the UNC Wellness Centers to benefit the LiveFit Cancer Exercise program. All proceeds will help financially needy cancer survivors participate in the program.
The 8th annual Tar Heel 10 Miler, Chapel Hill’s largest event, is pleased to offer UNC employees with a unique $5 OFF promo code on their registration fee.
Read important nursing policy updates for April 2015.
On-site visits from Prudential (regarding 401k/457) and Employee Benefits and information about the Maternity Workshop and Benefits and Life Planning Workshop.
Please join us for a presentation and discussion with Michael Kappelman, MD, MPH, about ImproveCareNow, a network of pediatric inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) care centers in the U.S. and England.
A half day of melanoma education dedicated to melanoma patients and the people who support them.
Beginning May 4, the escalators off Memorial Hospital lobby serving first floor to second floor and second floor to first floor will be down for required preventive maintenance. The escalators will be back in service by May 22. Please excuse this disruption to normal traffic through the hospital as we work to maintain the reliability of the escalators. If you have any questions, please contact Plant Engineering at 984-974-0311.
Last weekend, volunteers from the Children's Hospital participated in a Habitat for Humanity Build. Everyone enjoyed their experience and some can't wait to do it again on May 2! This event is sponsored by the UNC Children's Hospital Community Involvement Group.
It is critical to provide patients with a safe transport experience. All patients who are being transported across our facilities must have a current "ADT Transport Ticket to Ride" in Epic@UNC. The "Ticket to Ride" shows those patients who are in restraints.
ISD will begin adding in clinical data (problems, medications, allergies, vitals, immunizations, labs, notes, etc.) for patients at Go-Live #3 clinics at Caldwell Memorial, High Point Regional, and Johnston Health to Epic@UNC starting at 6 p.m. Friday, April 17.
In close partnership with the Town of Chapel Hill and UNC-Chapel Hill, Endurance Magazine will be producing the 8th annual Tar Heel 10-Miler & Fleet Feet Sports 4-Mile Run in Chapel Hill on Saturday, April 18. Please allow yourself plenty of time if you are commuting to or from the hospital between 6 and 7:30 a.m. Read for more information on road closures and parking.