A multi-disciplinary group of colleagues with whom I work is exploring how MiChart,
the UM electronic health record (EHR), can be used for Therapeutic Drug Monitoring (TDM).
I posted a list of resources that are commonly used for this project on the internal website MiChartFLY.
- If you are on the UMHS 8021X network, easy, no login is required to access MiChartFLY
- If you are off the network, you have to first connect to the network using the Cisco AnyConnect VPN
Go to the TDM list of resource on MiChartFLY.med.umich.edu
In this project, I was able to use WordPress and other collaboration technology tools to build a Just In Time learning platform that contained clinical decision support resources developed by the PI and the team. The team worked with MiChart developers to build an alert system at the point of care.
This is a multi-year and multi-phase project, which started in 2008. It has two major components for improving the care of patients admitted with Acute Pancreatitis (AP) to UMHS.
A website containing an evidence-based approach to managing AP
An alert system with clinical decision support triggered by admissions of patients who meet criteria for AP
Matt DiMagno, MD
Raf Rizk, MD
Raf S Rizk, MD (Gastroenterology) | Web design lead and maintenance
Erik-Jan Wamsteker, MD (Gastroenterology)
Jeffrey S Desmond, MD (Emergency Medicine)
Lena M Napolitano, MD (Surgery)
Robert C Hyzy, MD (Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine)
- PancMap Access is restricted. UMHS VPN needed; learn about VPN on the UMHS Wiki)
- U-M Google. Access is restricted to co-investigators
How to log in to U-M Google
- User name = email@example.com (do not use @med.umich.edu)
Password = level 1