January 30, 2015
WellMD News February 2015
This month's newsletter describes a new group dedicated to using research to further support for physician wellness; interesting classes and events including partner shiatsu, an introduction to jazz, and an international humanitarian aid skills course; and the announcement of our new WellMD website - check out the many resources we have available for you. Note All Hospital Schwartz Rounds will be held 2/13 12-1 in LKSC130.
What's New and Coming Soon in Epic
New Integrated Epic Beaker Lab Information System
Starting February 8th, Stanford Clinical Lab will transition to Beaker, a new clinical laboratory information system from Epic. Orders that need to be URGENTLY processed on the morning of 2/8, 0100-0335, should be ordered on paper using downtime forms. With this change expect new specimen collection practices using positive patient identification (PPID),intuitive add-on lab ordering on existing specimens and improved result turnaround time.
Now Available in Epic
Ambulatory "My Sticky Note" Reminders
Create sticky notes from the header to record personal reminders about your patients, such as the name of a patient's pet or her hobbies. The sticky note appears when you open the patient's chart, providing a convenient reminder of past discussions.
Discharge Deceased Patients Using New Navigator
Document the Death Certificate, transplant network documentation and place the discharge order all from the same place.
Add to Patient List from In Basket Results Folder
Add patients directly to the Patient List from within the In Basket Results Folder. Create lists of patients quickly for follow-up or future reference.
Duo Two-Step Authentication Now Available for Stanford University
The Stanford University Information Technology team has implemented the same two-step authentication service used by Stanford Health Care and Stanford Children's Hospital, allowing you to utilize your current Duo Mobile app for SUNet authentication as well.
Instructions to manage your SUNet two-step authentication settings are found at https://itservices.stanford.edu/service/webauth/twostep/smartphone.
If you need help or have questions, please submit a request for help at HelpSU or call 5-HELP (650-725-4357).
Molecular Genetic and Genomic Testing at Stanford Medicine
As part of a joint initiative between SHC and LPCH to lay strong foundations for the unfolding Era of Genomic Medicine, a consult service for genetic and genomic test review is being developed by both hospitals. The service currently includes a genetic counselor, a molecular pathologist, and a medical geneticist, and will primarily provide consultation for the selection and processing of genetic and genomic tests. In order to achieve this goal, the service will work together with the different departments and services at LPCH and SHC to create guidelines and protocols for testing. While this service is being developed, collegial phone calls may occur to discuss the rationale for the selection of certain genetic tests and to make suggestions in some instances. The ultimate goal is to continue providing outstanding and cutting-edge care for our patients in the Era of Genomic Medicine. More information on this service will follow as it is developed. For questions or to access the service prior to ordering genetic and genomic testing, you may contact: Linbo Yu, genetic counselor, at LYu@stanfordhealthcare.org or 650-736-6926.
SUMC Renewal Project: 10 Day Look Ahead
A summary of the Renewal Project's activities over the next 10 days.
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