You can also participate in the winter blood drive now thru Jan. 10, 2014.
Hoodies to all successful donors!
(Monday – Friday)
8:00 am – 4:00 pm
5.212 John Sealy Annex
(Tuesday & Thursday)
8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Victory Lakes Town Center
Stewart Road had a Turkey Coloring Contest! See the masterpieces and the winners below:
First Place: Linda Nolasco (Gomez), Second Place: Mathon Brown, Third Place: Phyllis Crawford
Don’t forget to show your holiday spirit by wearing work appropriate holiday attire or holiday scrubs every Friday in December.
Jeans are only allowed with holiday attire on the following days.(unless using SECC coupon):
* December 27th
* December 30th
* December 31st
Ambulatory members attended the NASA Annual Safety & Health Day on World Diabetes Day. There were over 100 blood sugar screenings performed. They also handed out Diabetes Education material and promoted all the clinics and our urgent care facilities.
MyChart, UTMB’s online patient portal allowing users access to portions of their medical information, has an improved process for linking family accounts. MyChart Family Access, formerly known as proxy access, allows a person to access data in another person’s medical record. Typically, parents will use this to access their children’s accounts so they can schedule appointments, check immunizations, reorder medications, and coordinate other health-related information for their children. Adults may also use it to access an older parent, friend, or relative’s record. This is particularly useful for helping older adults monitor medications and appointments.
In any proxy relationship, two people are involved. One of these is the person whose chart is being accessed. This person is called the subject. The other is the person who needs access to the chart. This person is called the delegate.
Recently, a workgroup was formed to review the existing proxy request process, identify issues, and make recommendations for improvements. As a result of their efforts our MyChart proxy request process is new and improved. The name has been changed to better explain what the access really is. The information form has been revised so that there is less to read. The request form was simplified to make completing a request easier. And finally, the workflow process was changed to eliminate steps which may have been discouraging delegates from completing the request process.
A subject must give a delegate permission to access their medical information through MyChart by completing the MyChart Family Access Request form and submitting electronically. Parents requesting access to their children’s MyChart account should also complete and submit the MyChart Family Access Request form. No one should ever access another person’s MyChart account unless it has been linked to their own through family (proxy) access.
As always, the subject’s chart will be accessed through the delegate’s MyChart account. But now, one form is all it takes to request family access and also receive a MyChart access code, if the delegate does not already have a MyChart account. Once the delegate activates their own account, their family access will already be in place.
Thank you to the proxy request workgroup for their time and contributions to this process improvement!
|Liz Perez, League City Pediatrics and Adult|
|Crystal Paez, Friendswood Pedi and Adult Specialties|
|Jennifer Danesi, Texas City Pediatrics|
|Julie Solis, Health Information Management|
|Robert McGee, IS- MyChart System Analyst|
|Beth Scribner, MyChart Ambulatory Operations|
|DJ Mardis, Bay Colony Pediatrics|
|Andrea Wirt, Geriatrics|
|Shelly Witter, Compliance|
|Lynette Pullen, Clinics Training|
|Iris Rivera, Alvin Pediatrics|
For more information about MyChart, please check out the MyChart site at www.utmb.edu/mychart.
October was all about pink!
Check out the pictures from some of our events below:
Ambulatory Employees also wore pink on fridays in support of breast cancer awareness month and donated $5 to Lee Denim to wear jeans on October 11th and raised $1,005!