Overall compliance results for February were 97.6% for inpatient areas and 96.9% for outpatient/procedural areas. See which areas performed best this month!
We all have a story to share. The ‘Faces of UNC Health Care’ gallery, which is on display in the corridor between the N.C. Cancer and N.C. Neurosciences Hospitals, celebrates the achievements and personal stories of the patients, caregivers, researchers, students, and teachers of UNC Health Care and the UNC School of Medicine.
Ambulatory providers, clinic staff, managers: On Wednesday, March 15, a new electronic Prior Authorization (ePA) workflow will Go-Live with the goal of reducing the time our providers spend responding to calls and faxes from payers, and ultimately reducing the time patients spend waiting for their prescriptions. View details on three WebEx sessions are scheduled for practice managers and providers to review the ePA workflow.
The time will 'spring forward' from 1:59 to 3 a.m. on Sunday, March 12. Review these details to avoid any issues with equipment and Epic@UNC documentation. And remember that there is a planned Epic@UNC downtime scheduled from 1:30 a.m. - 4 a.m. on Sunday, March 12.
Starting Tuesday, March 14, scheduling and registration staff using Cadence will see a new 'Directions' button on the patient's 'Appointment Desk' that they can use to create directions to the selected clinic via Google Maps. The directions are automatically generated using the patient’s address on file and the clinic appointment address. View details in this Tip Sheet.
Chapel Hill Transit will make the service schedule adjustments due to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill spring break schedule.
Find out more about a scheduled TSAccess downtime, a TIAA webinar, and onsite visits from TIAA, Fidelity and CAPTRUST.
UNC Health Care is looking for walkers to join the UNC/REX team in The Susan G. Komen Triangle Race for the Cure.
Alvin Battle bleeds Wolfpack red and it's expected - he played on the 1983 team that brought home the NCAA title under legendary coach Jim Valvano. These days, as a Disaster Recovery Specialist for ISD, he's seeing a lot more Carolina blue than he ever expected.
This week the National Weather Service and the North Carolina Department of Public Safety are teaming up to bring this severe weather safety campaign to all of North Carolina’s residents. Please help spread the word about severe weather safety!