Aug. 8

University Weeknight Parking Program Begins Aug. 15

​Beginning Aug. 15, the University will charge a fee to employees who park on campus from Monday evenings through Friday mornings from 5 p.m. until 7:30 a.m. Daytime parking permits for employees will be honored at night. Parking permits are not required for employees to park on campus from Friday at 5 p.m. until Monday at 7:30 a.m.

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Employees/Managers: Confirm your timesheet and/or Approve Direct Report(s) timesheets in myTime

Please remember that per policy, non-exempt employees are strongly encouraged to review their timesheet each pay period, exempt employees must confirm their timesheet each pay period, and supervisors must sign-off on all of their employees’ timesheets each pay period in myTime by 11:59 p.m. the Monday each pay period ends (Monday, Aug. 12, for this pay period).

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PTO Leave Sell Back Program Period Aug. 1 – 22

UNC Medical Center will offer Paid Time Off (PTO) sell-back election periods quarterly to employees. To be eligible for the sell-back options, employees must have at least 88 hours of PTO available. Employees are eligible to automatically receive a sell-back based on their election of 25%, 50%, 75% or 100% of all hours over 80 with a minimum of eight hours required for distribution. Find more details at this link.

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Epic@UNC Aug. 11 Downtime Cancelled

The Epic@UNC downtime planned for Aug. 11 from 1 – 2:30 a.m. has been cancelled. Downtime resources and dates for future planned 2019 downtimes may be found at this link.

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Weight Loss Classes Offered at UNC Wellness Center

Eight-week weight loss classes offered at the UNC Wellness Center at Meadowmont. Learn about healthy eating, exercise, and lifestyle change.

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INFOSEC CONNECTION August 2019 Edition

In this edition of the INFOSEC CONNECTION, learn how to not get caught in a user activity audit. Also, trojan horses and data breaches explained.

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McLendon Labs Memo - Provider Orders for Add-On Pathology Stain/Additional Testing

In order to be compliant with Federal Regulations and accrediting agency requirements, beginning immediately, all requests for additional testing on Anatomic Pathology cases will require a provider order in Epic.

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A Message from Dr. Burks - Results of the DHHS Survey of the UNC Children's Pediatric Heart Surgery Program

From Dr. Burks: "I am pleased to share that last week, UNC Health Care was notified by the N.C. Department of Health & Human Services(DHHS) and the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services(CMS) that no deficiencies were identified in the UNC Children’s pediatric heart surgery program."

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Coming Aug. 12: New Genetic Labs Tab in Chart Review

Beginning Monday, Aug. 12, users will see a new "Genetic Labs" tab in Chart Review. The new tab will allow clinicians to easily find genetic testing results and track if new testing needs to be ordered. View details at this page.

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Learning Street and ISD Training is moving!

Starting Tuesday, Aug. 13, ISD Training (including Epic@UNC Training) will shift from the Morrisville Outlet Mall to a new Learning Street facility located at 2001 Carrington Mill Blvd. in Morrisville.

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News from HR

Find out more about Fidelity sessions at UNC Medical Center and Morrisville, TIAA sessions at Morrisville and TIAA webinars.

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Introducing the New UNC Health Alliance

​UNC Health Alliance has merged with UNC Health Care's Practice Quality & Innovation and Population Health Services teams to form a new organization under the UNC Health Alliance name. This new UNC Health Alliance team will help drive UNC's transition to value-based care, ensuring we meet the needs of current and future patient populations managed under risk arrangements while scaling value-based payment models across our system.

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Carolina Care Highlight: Dr. Michael Phillips

Carolina Care Highlight: Dr. Michael Phillips

Our Carolina Care Highlight this week recognizes Dr. Michael Phillips from the Department of Surgery, Division of General Pediatric Surgery. Here's what one of Dr. Phillips' patients had to say: “Dr. Phillips listened to the stress our family is currently under and asked, "What can we do to help?" Those words were so kind and greatly appreciated.”

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Planned Muse Downtime – Aug. 12

Muse will be unavailable from 11 p.m. Monday, Aug. 12, through 5 a.m. Tuesday, Aug. 13. During the downtime, you will be unable to log into Muse, transmit EKGs, or pull patient information and orders to the EKG carts. However, any existing links in Epic@UNC for EKGs will be available.

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Active Shooter Response Training

This instructor-led course will teach employees how to respond during an active shooter situation.

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University Weeknight Parking Program Begins

​Beginning Aug. 15, the University will charge a fee to employees who park on campus from Monday evenings through Friday mornings from 5 p.m. until 7:30 a.m. Daytime parking permits for employees will be honored at night.

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UNC Medical Center Sepsis Awareness Day

Join us in the Starbucks Conference Room to learn more about sepsis prevention at the hospital, find out about training and other resources, and enjoy the refreshments that will be provided.

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