SHC Daily Drug Shortage Information
Click here to review the daily update re: SHC Drug shortages.
TJC Message of the Week
Click here for this week’s "Message of the Week.” This is part of our ongoing survey readiness efforts here at SHC. The intent of this message is to provide information on focused topics each week, which are based on previous survey issues and important practice reminders. Please share with your respective staff (in huddles, rounds, meetings and post on your Vis Wall). Thank you in advance for helping SHC to be survey ready.
Register on Doximity by Nov. 1, 2019
A key factor of the U.S. News & World Report rankings is the reputation survey that U.S. News distributes to clinicians nationwide, mostly to Doximity members. To ensure an opportunity for you to receive the survey and let your voice be heard, we encourage you to claim your profile on Doximity by November 1, 2019. Signing up is easy and only takes a few minutes to complete. You can visit doximity.com to find your profile and confirm. Click here for details.
WellMD & WellPhD Minute Technology Series: Work After Work
Studies suggest that the average physician now spends several hours completing clinical documentation and managing their inbox at home per clinical workday. At Stanford, we are committed to addressing this problem. Informatics teams at both healthcare systems along with the WellMD Center have created a tool that measures the aggregate work after work for each department, division, and clinic area and monitors trends.
Watch our WellMD & WellPhD Minute Video to learn more.
In case you missed it, you can view the first videos in our WellMD Minute Tech Series on Tap and Go and the Concierge & Home 4 Dinner Programs.
Last Chance to RSVP for Stanford Medicine Story Rounds
Don’t forget to join us on Wednesday, October 30th at 5:30pm in Berg Hall for Stanford Medicine Story Rounds: A Live Storytelling Series For Doctors By Doctors. This event is co-sponsored by the WellMD Center and Medicine and the Muse. Inspired by the popular National Public Radio program “The Moth,” the Stanford Medicine Story Rounds will feature true spoken stories about life as a physician. It is an opportunity for attending physicians, residents, fellows and medical students to hear their peers and mentors share meaningful stories about their experiences. Space is limited. Please RSVP by October 24th.
Be sure to visit stanfordstoryrounds.eventbrite.com to find out who our storytellers will be!
If you are interested in being a storyteller or would like to be notified of future events, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Required 500P Orientation Now Available
As someone who will be working in the new SHC hospital facility (500P), you are required to complete New Facility Orientation prior to opening. The deadline for completion of this orientation is October 14. You will receive an email message from Healthstream (HS-Alerts) instructing you how to complete this orientation, and you will have multiple options to meet the requirement:
• Online Module: Complete an online module (30 minutes), or
• Walk-through: Register for a general walk-through of the building (60-90 minutes), or
• Grand Rounds: Participate in a Grand Rounds walk-through with your department or division (check with your departmental or divisional leadership to determine if they have made a time available and how to sign up for this), or
• Screening Events: Attend one of several screening events where we will be broadcasting the Healthstream module at 30 minute intervals. There is no need to preregister, attendees can walk-in to grab a bite to eat, watch the module, and continue with their day. Food and beverages will be provided at all events. Details can be found in the flyers attached to this email.
An online Training Hub, providing additional information such as guides, tools, and resources pertaining to 500P, can be found on the intranet here: https://shcconnect.stanfordmed.org/sites/hr/500PTraining/SitePages/Home.aspx
Click here for details. For any questions email 500Porientation@stanfordhealthcare.org or call the training hotline: or 650-724-4000