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  • Medical School Information Services - UMMS
    M DASH Technical Contact Lorrie Harvey Content Contact Med School Data Oversight Grp M Dash puts real time business intelligence at administrator s fingertips to help align resources with needs Tabs along the top of the M Dash page represent key indicator categories and include Finance Research Space Clinical and Education This award winning application allows users to manipulate variables to highlight financial trends calculate break even costs for research space usage and model various what if scenarios in addition to many other business functions Rollover to see a preview image M Inform Technical Contact ITS Content Contact M Inform Help Used by faculty and staff from various campus units to provide information on external professional relationships M Quest Technical Contact Henry Lu Content Contact Kathryn Ridner Used by the research community to facilitate the search for funding and recognition opportunities M Recruit Technical Contact Sashidhar Guduri Content Contact Deb Komorowski M Recruit M Recruit LOI Technical Contact Mark Schneyer Content Contact Debra Komorowski Used by Office of Faculty Affairs and Departments to manage the recruitment and offer process and the Faculty Position Control Roster This application also facilitates the creation of both the offer letters and letters of intent to faculty candidates The data entered for this application feeds into M ACE M Space Technical Contact Lorrie Harvey Content Contact Julianne Walsh Space operational reports for Medical School department and unit space surveyors Also provides Space Productivity reports by department and PI M STAT Technical Contact Mary Hill Content Contact Data Oversight Committee MSIS maintains the Medical School Data Warehouse and provides numerous operational and metric reports which represent the official school wide version of the truth M STAT facilitates the navigation of the reports Report categories include Research Expenditures Research Submissions and Awards Space Management Individual Faculty Profiles Faculty Salaries and Productivity Faculty Salary Components Faculty Changes and Headcounts Basic Science Teaching Effort Deans Commitments UCUCA applications and Institutional Review Board applications Information can be reported on an individual division department or cohort level and access is granted to the information and level of detail on a need to know basis Rollover to see a preview image M TechCharge Technical Contact Vince Chmielewski Recharge tracking for MSIS services M Train Technical Contact Henry Lu Content Contact Josh Daniels This application is designed to facilitate the submission of NIH type institutional training grants This resource is available for use in the preparation of any training grant application at the University of Michigan M3 Patient Encounters PDA project data Technical Contact John Schultz Content Contact Sara Weir Used by M 3 students to record and track their experiences working with individual patients Conditions diseases manifested by the patients and procedures performed by the student are recorded Malpractice Allocation Technical Contact Wei Yang Malpractice application is used annually to maintain calculate malpractice rates for UM Medical School physicians Departments update FTE and malpractice code information for their faculty The application provides reports for Finance based on the information entered by the

    Original URL path: https://www.umms.med.umich.edu/msis/applications/apps.htm (2012-12-16)
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  • Medical School Application and Information Services
    0726 Phone 734 763 7770 Fax 734 936 3865 MSIS Help Desk UMHS eMail Meeting Maker Xythos Jira Confluence Wiki MCommunity Welcome to the University of Michigan Medical School Application and Information Services MSAIS website We manage technology infrastructure and provide technical support to administrative and academic departments within the Medical School We maintain partnerships with campus units clinical departments and external organizations to develop and provide services and technology

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  • Medical School Information Services - UMMS
    6751 Fax 734 615 5171 Help Desk Desktop Support 2919 Taubman Library 1135 E Catherine Ann Arbor MI 48109 0726 Phone 734 763 7770 Fax 734 936 3865 About Us The University of Michigan Medical School Application and Information Services MSAIS group maintains partnerships with basic science clinical science hospital campus and external organizations to provide applications services and technology to support the academic clinical and research missions of the

    Original URL path: https://www.umms.med.umich.edu/msis/about/index.php (2012-12-16)
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  • Medical School Application and Information Services
    4th floor Ann Arbor MI 48103 4943 Phone 734 763 6751 Fax 734 615 5171 Help Desk Desktop Support 2919 Taubman Library 1135 E Catherine Ann Arbor MI 48109 0726 Phone 734 763 7770 Fax 734 936 3865 Report an IT Problem Please fill in the following form to a problem We will respond in a timely manner Our Help desk staff is available from 7 00 AM until 7

    Original URL path: https://www.umms.med.umich.edu/msis/report/index.php (2012-12-16)
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  • Medical School Application and Information Services
    is dedicated to assisting Medical School faculty staff administrators and students with their information technology issues and problems Here are links to some of the key support services that we offer Help Desk The MSIS provider of desktop support and a variety of other assistance Troubleshooting FAQ Detailed assistance to a list of frequent problems users face Request a Service How to request an existing service or describe a new service that you d like us to offer Check Out Equipment How to borrow laptop computers and projectors for short periods Change Password How to change the various passwords including Kerberos and Novell which are available to you on campus Software Downloads How to obtain the various software programs that are licensed to the Medical School and are available to faculty and staff Software Request How to request unique commercial software that is not currently available through MSIS as a downloadable product Additionally you can also find the following valuable information UM IT Service Providers A list of the various organizations that provide information technology services to University of Michigan users including Medical School faculty administrators staff students and affiliated others MSIS Web Applications A list of MSIS supported web

    Original URL path: https://www.umms.med.umich.edu/msis/support/index.php (2012-12-16)
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  • Medical School Application and Information Services
    to monitor total annualized faculty salary by academic year It provides Med School specific salary components for purposes of review input and update in addition to report generation Unique to this application is the ability to track salary from multiple departments including VA Hospital Customer Medical School Administration Departmental administrators VA Administration Physician Audit A web application which allows auditing of patient records procedure coding and pro fee billing for compliance with applicable regulations and internal UMHS processes Customer Office of Reimbursement Compliance and Education UMHS Networking Affiliations Offsite Provides information on the Health System s networking affiliations including offsite professional services graduate medical education external rotations medical student and telemedicine affiliations that take place away from the main UMHS medical campus A variety of reports are available to provide information on UMHS networking affiliations by category of activity Customers UMH Contracting Office Biomedical Research Core Facility Billing Manager This application is used to track billing for PI s who use the core services and for tracking core products Customers Biomedical Research Core Facilities Gross Anatomy FIS maintains a gross anatomy database Customers Thomas R Gest Ph D Office of Medical Education Division of Anatomical Sciences Financial Reporting FIS provides financial reporting including nVision in support of MSA Customers Medical School Administration Maintain Email Groups FIS maintains email groups on the University of Michigan Online Directory server Customers Staff Faculty Post Docs MSA Basic Science IRB Executive Faculty Dean s Newsletter SciVal Experts Rolling out the Collexis dashboard tool at the Medical School This tool can be used to identify department or individual faculty expertise using fingerprinting of faculty publications and grants with the MESH ontology The tool can also be used to help maintain a faculty s publication list from PubMed Customers Medical School administration and departments research faculty Compliance Tracking Help Desk Systems JIRA the issue tracking system used by MSIS for bug enhancement tracking has been expanded for use by the Compliance Offices as a compliance issue tracking system IRBMed is currently using this for two applications IRBMed Help Desk and COI tracking It is also being use by Clinical Research Billing Unit and the UMHS Compliance Office We have also demoed to other groups such as Cancer Center Research and Finance Administration and Office of Research Customers IRBMed Compliance Offices IRBMed eResearch We are working with the IRBMed Office to develop management and faculty reports for use in M Stat We are also assisting with information to help move legacy projects to eResearch Indicator information is also provided monthly to OVPR Initial Customers IRBMed Departments Faculty ULAM UCUCA We continue to help support the ULAM and UCUCA operations applications eSirius and Sirius We are assisting UCUCA and ULAM office with reviewing the best way to support their operations in the future We are creating a data warehouse which will provide basic information on protocols and the users of the systems We are assisting the Training Core with a move to online training We are investigating Animal

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  • Medical School Application and Information Services
    to accurately interpret tone and nuance In contrast face to face conversations provide all kinds of cues like facial expressions to better understand what a speaker is trying to say Without these conversational tools it is easy to misinterpret what someone says in an email And once an email has been sent it can be printed and circulated and the issue can develop a momentum of its own that is hard to resolve It is usually better not to respond to an emotionally charged email If you feel you need to respond however don t do so impulsively If you write a response read it aloud and ask yourself if you would choose those words if you spoke to the person in person If possible you should avoid sending your response right away wait until you have calmed down usually the longer you can wait the better will be your response Make sure you use the To CC and BCC lines wisely Your primary recipients normally should be listed on the To line and this includes everyone who you expect should reply to you If you want people to know that you are dealing with the subject but they don t need to respond to you then the CC called courtesy copy is where you should list their names Using the BCC called blind courtesy copy means that you are sending a copy of the correspondence to someone but you don t want any of the recipients in the TO line or the CC line to know that person is receiving the message However if you want to send something to multiple addresses and you either want to protect the privacy of the recipients or you don t want to make it public who is receiving your email then you should use the BCC line An example of this would be sending a news release where it isn t really appropriate that the recipients know everyone who was sent the release Ê This keeps email addresses private and protects their privacy Respect your reader Just as your time is precious your reader s time is also valuable If it is business related don t expect him or her to spend a lot of time with your email conversation How to Write More Effective Business Emails Follow the etiquette rules listed above Use your Subject line as your headline How you compose your subject line will likely determine whether or not your email is read Think of it like you think of a newspaper headline and use it to get the attention of the reader If you want to remind someone about a meeting do so in the subject line and provide details in the body of the email If you need to ask a question you should do so in the subject line and give more details in the body Get to the point quickly Use a strong opening statement that tells the reader why you are writing and what you d like him or her to do Then add supporting information that may be important Keep it as short as possible Don t include information that isn t relevant to your message Use short paragraphs Shorter paragraphs with white space between paragraphs are easier to read than long paragraphs that are text dense Make it easy for the reader If you want the reader to do something make sure you clearly elaborate what it is Remember the easier you make it for your reader the more likely he or she will do what you want them to do Always keep a professional tone to your business related emails Proofread your email and always always always re read your email before you click the SEND button Back to the Top Email The Bad Spam is a Bummer Spam is BAD At its best spam is very annoying At its worst it can carry malicious programs that allow hackers to get past your computer security to do nasty things including stealing personal information like credit card numbers According to the U M Spam Busters Spam is any mass electronic mailing you did not ask for It generates the most complaints from U M IT users and unfortunately the volume of spam is rapidly increasing At large public universities like U M there are system wide filters to block out a great deal of the spam that is sent to people with a U M email address However no matter how good the filters some spam gets through The professional spammers are working hard to get past the spam defenses Billions of spam messages are sent every day worldwide So professional spammers continuously harvest email addresses from the web They pull them from news groups and chat rooms They create search engines that spider or look for email addresses using programs called spambots They create web sites to attract email addresses by promising some kind of prize if you type in your email address And whenever you subscribe or buy something online and you check the box that gives your permission to periodically be sent other offers you are signing up for spam if that vendor shares its list of email addresses with other vendors Spammers tend to share email addresses with other spammers to keep the spam flowing How You Can Filter Out Spam There are numerous software products that help filter out spam Many browsers such as Outlook offer a feature to filter out spam you need to make sure you activate that feature if you haven t already At U M ITCS http www itd umich edu offers SpamBox to filter out spam http www itd umich edu itcsdocs s4314 These Tips Can Help You Reduce Spam These tips are from the U M User Advocate http www umich edu itua email canthespam deal html Delete it Don t reply Don t reply to all Use the filtering capabilities of your email program Forward problem emails to the User

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