Week in Review: Looking ahead with U-M Health President David Miller; new capacity management hub to improve care — and more!

October 28, 2022  //  FOUND IN: Updates & Resources

As you make final preparations for Halloween, be sure to treat yourself to all the important stories that ran in Headlines this week! 

For instance, readers got a glimpse of the future, learning about strategic priorities from U-M Health President David Miller, M.D., M.P.H., and gaining insight into a new capacity management facility that will enhance access for patients.

There was also a preview of the new learning management system, Cornerstone Learning; the story of a patient who received world-class care from the comfort of his home; and a call for team members to help the organization donate one million meals to neighbors in need.

In case you missed anything, here’s the Week in Review!

Looking ahead with U-M Health President David Miller, M.D., M.P.H.

Do you want insight as to where U-M Health is headed during Fiscal Year 23, 24 and 25? Or how strategic priorities and initiatives will affect your day-to-day work life? U-M Health President David Miller, M.D., M.P.H., sat down with The Wrap employee podcast for a special episode covering those topics and more. Check it out today! 

Putting the puzzle together: New capacity management hub to provide better access, patient care

Every day, patients flow into, out of and between units at U-M Health in a never-ending puzzle to match the right patients to the right bed at the right time. Soon, a new hub will debut that will use real-time data and analytics to help improve care and streamline operations. Click here to learn more about M2C2 and the team behind the important project!

MLearning retirement/replacement coming soon! Plan now for blackout period — and learn where to find resources and support

Michigan Medicine faculty and staff are almost always taking part in training and learning modules that they are required to complete via MLearning. While those modules will still be available — and mandatory — moving forward, their home will be changing over the next few weeks. Click here — or check out The Wrap episode at the top of the page — for more on Cornerstone Learning, a new platform coming Nov. 7.

Hospital Care at Home patient ‘can’t thank us enough’

As Philip Santini recovered slowly from an infection, it was clear that he was going to need further intervention. But instead of being admitted to the hospital to receive infusions, Michigan Medicine experts proposed something different: Hospital Care at Home. The program provides hospital-level care to patients in the comfort of their own homes. Read Santini’s story, as he became the first patient admitted to Care at Home without ever presenting at the hospital first!

Our million meal mission: Michigan Medicine’s ambitious goal to help community members in need

This week, the organization announced a lofty goal to continue building bridges and connecting communities. The organization is hoping to provide the equivalent of one million meals to neighbors in need via Food Gatherers. Click through to see how you can play your part in this incredible effort.

As previously mentioned, this week’s episode of The Wrap employee podcast featured team members talking about the debut of Cornerstone Learning. You’ll learn more about it, why it’s coming soon and the newest features that will help you grow in your career.

Take a listen below or find a video-version of the podcast at the top of the page!

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