On Thursday, March 23, the Epic@UNC Healthy Planet (Population Health) team released three new Health Maintenance Topics – DEXA Scan, Hepatitis C Screening and Lipid Screening.
All are welcome to this Clinical Ethics Grand Rounds presentation by Beth Epstein, PhD, RN, Associate Professor of Nursing, Chair, Acute and Specialty Care Department, Univ of VA School of Nursing.
This Nursing Grand Rounds presentation by Terra Beek and Yasmeen Abunada will describe their retrospective study of the effectiveness of ketamine in reducing pain scores of emergency department patients with chronic pain.
Learn more about informational seminars on Medicare and the State Health Plan, and find out about onsite visits from CAPTRUST, Prudential, and Fidelity.
All past coaches and interested coaches are encouraged to attend!
On Monday, April 3, providers will see several InBasket improvements in Epic@UNC .
Professional Compliance has released a new edition of Compliance POP News. This edition discusses: a false claims settlement at an academic medical center; care management billing updates; incident to billing updates; compliance policy updates; and Medicaid new enrollee site visits.
The Office of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion and the Nursing Diversity Council will sponsor an information table in the Children's Hospital Lobby to provide information about the unique needs of the LGBT community.
It’s not too late to participate in the 2017 Multicultural Fair on April 7 by creating a cultural exhibit. And don't forget that by creating an exhibit, you'll have the chance to win one of five fantastic prizes!
The UNC Center for Health Innovation is pleased to announce winners of the fifth annual Innovation Pilot Awards. The Center sought proposals from employees for innovations across a spectrum of areas including care delivery, new technology, advanced analytics and others.
Do you wish the Institutional Review Board (IRB) could review studies more quickly? Are you frustrated when your study cannot be placed on an earlier meeting agenda? Do you wonder how the IRB functions or why you receive all those stipulations? Are you interested in research ethics and how they are applied at UNC? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, please consider volunteering with the IRB.
Starting Monday, March 27, a new respiratory care order, “Demo or Evaluate Pt Use of Aerosol Device,” will be available so that providers can order patient education from Respiratory Therapists at Chatham Hospital, Johnston Health, Pardee Hospital, and UNC REX Healthcare.