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Transition out of Economic Recovery Plan (ERP) FAQs

February 26, 2021

Last updated: Friday, Feb. 26, 2021 Q1: Will the FY22 Merit Program align with the FY21 Performance Valuation? A: Michigan Medicine’s FY22 merit-based salary program is designed to help managers reward employee performance documented in the FY21 annual performance valuation. Q2: Will there be a merit program for FY22 and when will it take effect? A: Yes, Michigan Medicine will have a Merit Program for FY22, and it will be effective in Fall 2021. Further information and instruction will be provided later this year regarding the program. Q3: Will there be any market adjustments in FY21 or next FY22? A:…

JANUARY COVID-19 UPDATES ARCHIVE

February 19, 2021

This is the January 2020 Daily COVID-19 Update Archive. Jan 29 - COVID-19 Stats & Testing, Vaccine Stats, Reporting Safety Events & Patient Feedback in Vaccine Clinics, 1/22 Town Hall FAQs, Student Stay In Place Recommendation, HIT Pause: Hope, Inspiration, Gratitude Jan 27 - COVID-19 Stats & Testing, Vaccine Stats, COVID-19 Colleague Connect, HIT Pause: Hope, Inspiration, Gratitude Jan 25 - COVID-19 Stats & Testing, Covid-19 Testing At Towsley, Town Hall Follow-Ups, Blood Drives At Towsley, COVID-19 Variant On Campus, HIT Pause: Hope, Inspiration, Gratitude Jan 22 - COVID-19 Stats & Testing, Vaccine Stats, New Child Care Resources Available Now,…

Information Assurance Archive

February 9, 2021

In case you missed any tips on cyber security or on how to protect yourself and others, please see latest posts below. January 2021 Email, Patients, and PHI - Communicating with Patients via Email Only use your @med.umich.edu account to send communication containing PHI to a patient. Type [SECURE] in the subject of an external email to encrypt it. If you are emailing information to more than one patient, use the BCC field. Patient email addresses are PHI and cannot be exposed to other patients. February 2021Protect Yourself from Tax Fraud Filing your taxes early helps prevent criminals from filing…

DECEMBER COVID-19 UPDATES ARCHIVE

January 11, 2021

This is the December 2020 Daily COVID-19 Update Archive.Dec 21 - COVID-19 Stats & Testing, COVID-19 Vaccine Stats, Virtual Town Hall Link, Dining Rooms Available for Breaks, Respirator FIT Test TIP, COVID-19 Asymptomatic Testing In Towsley, HIT Pause: Hope, Inspiration, Gratitude Dec 18 - COVID-19 Stats & Testing, Leaders to Host Town Hall This Afternoon, UPDATE: COVID-19 Vaccines, Holiday Parking and Transportation Updates, Properly Dispose of Masks, COVID-19 Saliva Testing, Mi-COVID19 Webinar Series, HIT Pause: Hope, Inspiration, Gratitude Dec 16 - COVID-19 Stats & Testing, 12/18 Town Hall, COVID-19 Saliva Testing, COVID-19 Vaccine FAQs, COVID-19 Webinar Series, HIT Pause: Hope,…

The well-being check-in guide we all could use

December 23, 2020

The Michigan Medicine Wellness Office, Office of Counseling and Workplace Resilience (OCWR), and Department of Psychiatry, in their commitment to support the emotional well-being of faculty, staff and learners during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond, have provided a brief guide for local teams and leaders to facilitate well-being discussions when and where they can. This guide can be used to kick-off meetings such as safety huddles, team huddles or staff meetings.  Well-being Check-in Guide Download During this holiday season, it’s important that we all remember to take care of ourselves and each other. The Wellness Office has revamped its website to improve…

The Cozy Fireside Scene You Need This Holiday Season

December 21, 2020

If you don’t have the luxury of a warm, cozy fireplace in your home, you may be familiar with the fireside videos depicting the cozy ambiance of a fire, without the worry of a chimney fire. DPSS is excited to share the DPSS Holiday Hearthside video to give you that fireside ambiance with some safety tips and special guests: Leo, Nike, and Tank from the University of Michigan Division of Public Safety and Security. Leo is a German shepherd, Nike and Tank are Belgian malinoises. On their off days, the K9s enjoy relaxing naps by a warm fire. Add some holiday spirit…

November COVID-19 UPDATES ARCHIVE

December 18, 2020

This is the October 2020 Daily COVID-19 Update Archive.Nov 30 - COVID-19 Stats & Testing, Asymptomatic Employee Testing, Testing FAQs, Last Flu Clinic Today - Deadline Dec 1, Visit the PHS Website for help with COVID Questions, Town Hall Question: Research, Vaccine Distribution Survey Reminder, HIT Pause: Hope, Inspiration, Gratitude Nov 25 - COVID-19 Stats & Testing, New Visitor Policies Go Into Effect Today, Addition of Halyard Surgical N95 Respirators, Last Chance: Final Flu Clinic on Nov. 30, HIT Pause: Patient Shares Journey with Pancreatic Cancer Nov 23 - COVID-19 Stats & Testing, Visitor Policy Update, Flu Clinic Still Available,…

COVID-19 vaccine questionnaire for U-M faculty, staff and students on all three campuses

December 14, 2020

Blue Queue is the official tool for all University of Michigan and Michigan Medicine faculty, staff and students to indicate that they would like to receive the COVID-19 vaccine through the University of Michigan. The questionnaire asks to identify: Your interest in receiving an invitation to schedule the vaccine; you can also indicate that you do not want the vaccine at this timeGeneral health information and information about your role Your response to the questionnaire, combined and validated with data from our human resources systems, will be used to identify the appropriate phase for each individual who wants the vaccine.…

Defeating T2 diabetes

November 20, 2020

Former University of Michigan football player and current ESPN analyst Desmond Howard has teamed up with U-M endocrinologist Amy Rothberg, M.D., Ph.D., to help combat the effects of Type 2 diabetes. Diabetes and Turkey Day Since it’s Diabetes Awareness Month, people may be thinking about diabetes as they plan the year’s favorite food holiday. Did you know that about 1 in 10 Americans have type 2 diabetes, and as many as 25% of them don’t even know they have it? And did you also know that the CDC has projected that 1 in 3 adults could have type 2 diabetes…