Each year more than 350 pedestrians are injured or killed in collisions with vehicles in the Triangle area. The goal of the Watch for Me - NC campaign is to improve pedestrian safety by using educational safety messaging and enforcement to influence the behaviors of drivers and pedestrians.
This session is presented by the UNC Geriatric Specialty Clinic.
ICD-10 is almost here!
The Women's Health Information Center will be hosting an open house event on Thursday, April 23, from 2:30 - 4:30 p.m.
Information about the TRICARE Supplement Plan, on-site visits from Employee Benefits, the Maternity Workshop, the Benefits and Life Planning Workshop, and Mediation Training.
This week more than 900 employees are participating in the “Steppin’ Out” walking challenge with the goal of reaching 70,000 steps over seven days.
The Dialysis Unit has been temporarily residing on the fourth floor of Bedtower during the limited refurbishment of its space on the third floor of Memorial Hospital. The unit will move into its newly renovated space on the third floor of Memorial Hospital on Monday, April 27.
From 5 p.m. Friday, May 1, to 7 a.m. Monday, May 11, a portion of the ground floor Support Tower/Anderson Pavilion elevator lobby will be partitioned off due to renovation work. The renovation work will be in front of the two ground floor Support Tower elevators (ST1 and ST2). Therefore, only the two Anderson Pavilion elevators located in the same lobby will be accessible from the ground floor. Both sets of elevators will be available on the remaining floors.
The newest Lactation Room is now available for use on the first floor of Memorial Hospital. This is now our eighth employee lactation space on the hospital’s main campus, with plans for three more spaces to be created soon.
To ensure that we handle documentation surrounding death and autopsy consistently, the Epic@UNC training team has created this tip sheet for providers, nurses, and unit secretaries/clerks. Please review so you are familiar with the process.
Inpatient nurses and unit clerks can now review the status of their transport requests via read only access to the "Transport Command Center" in Epic@UNC. You can now see when the transporter was assigned and if the transporter is in route to transport your patient.
A “Learning Home” is a dashboard within Epic@UNC that provides quick access to educational materials specific to your role. Learning Homes are now available for inpatient/outpatient/ED providers, inpatient/ED/obstetrics nurses, NAs/HUCs/Unit Clerks, pharmacists, ancillaries (therapies, Case Management, Nutrition, etc.), and respiratory therapists.
Lawson will be unavailable from 1 - 11 p.m. Saturday, April 25, at UNC Medical Center, Chatham Hospital, Rex Healthcare, and UNC Physicians Network locations. During this time, ISD will upgrade the operating system that encompasses the Lawson application.
Ambulatory Providers need to login to their clinic, even when doing inpatient rounds (note exceptions below). Inpatient Providers need to login to their Service in Epic@UNC (e.g. Gynecology SVC, Hospitalists, etc.) and NOT a nursing unit or floor. If inpatient providers login to nursing units/floors, they will see the nurses’ preference list with the Charge Capture pop-up.
Last week, Volunteer Services' 24th annual Volunteer Appreciation Luncheon honored Caroline Resnick and Bill Derey, the 2014 and 2015 Elaine M. Hill Award winners for Distinguished Volunteer Service.
On Monday, May 4, 2015, the Epic@UNC Cadence application will go live at our Johnston, High Point, and Caldwell affiliate physician practices! Thank you to the more than 300 coworkers who have signed up already! There are still plenty of sessions with available seats. LMS registration is required for each session for all attendees.