Enterprise Registration - Coming Summer 2012
Froedtert and MCW are collaborating on a new structure for “Enterprise Registration” to be fully implemented with the Prelude/EPIC go-live in the Summer 2012 time frame. Both parties recognize the potential for increased efficiency, and enhanced patient experience, improved work flows, increased accuracy and revenue maximization by the adoption of this shared and collaborative structure.
The preliminary draft organizational structure includes a single Director of Enterprise Registration with several units reporting directly to this position. The Director will have a dual reporting relationship to Marion Livingstone, for the MCP Practice and to Mike Malzewski, AVP for Froedtert.
One of the units reporting to the Enterprise Registration Director is “Manager of Pre-authorization”. This will be a combination of a centralized and de-centralized (coordinated) function. The plan is that those departments or clinics that currently manage the pre-authorization process effectively and efficiently will continue to do so.
Again this will be a collaborative process that is still in evolution with the intent of optimizing the infrastructure of our practice.
If you have any questions about this, please contact Lee Biblo or Marion Livingstone. This conversation/planning will continue over the next year as we finalize our strategy for the Summer 2012 rollout of Enterprise Registration.
NEW Grand Rounds requirements for calendar year 2011
New* Disclosure of Commercial Support
All RSSs (Regularly Scheduled Series) receiving commercial support must list the range of support monies received on the 1st PowerPoint Slide or Flyer/Announcement. This support should be acknowledged with a statement that the program is “supported by an educational grant” from the organization(s). The range of support should be listed:
|0 - 2500
||25,001 - 50,000
|2501 - 5000
||50,001 - 75000
|5001 - 7500
||75,001 - 100,000
|7501 - 10,000
|10,001 - 25,000
Planners and Presenters’ Written Statement Disclosure: (Before the meeting starts)
This information will be gathered from the disclosure form. The audience must be given written notification on a Flyer/Announcement, 1st PowerPoint Slide, or Sign-in Sheet which contains the:
- Accreditation & Designation of Credit Statements, CME logo, and Learning Objectives
- The disclosures for all planners and presenters without commercial interests can be listed together
The following planners and presenters have disclosed that they have no commercial interests:
Drs. Osler, Halsted, Kelly and Welch
The disclosure for all planners and presenters with commercial interests, the company and the role of the individual must be listed.
The following planners and presenters have disclosed these commercial interests:
||Anatomic Specimens Inc.
Grand Rounds Schedule
||Eugene C. Corbett, Jr., MD, FACP
Bernard B and Anne L Brodie
Professor of Medicine
Director for Clinical Performance Education Center
University of Virginia School of Medicine
|Clinical Performance Education in UGME
||Jack Kleiman, MD
Professor and Interim Chief
Division of Nephrology
|"Dig your well before you're thirsty”: Evaluating & Preventing Kidney Stones
||No Grand Rounds on on 12/24 and 12/31
|Nadera J. Sweiss, MD
The University of Chicago Medical Center
|Tumor necrosis factor inhibition in the treatment of refractory sarcoidosis
Dr. Ted MacKinney wins Addis Costello Award from the Wisconsin ACP
Ted MacKinney, MD, MPH, Associate Professor of Medicine (General Internal Medicine), has been awarded the Wisconsin ACP’s 2010 Addis Costello prize. The award honors the memory of Dr. Addis Costello, a Milwaukee physician leader who worked tirelessly to address socioeconomic factors affecting the practice of internal medicine.
Dr. MacKinney is a graduate of the Medical College and completed his residency and MPH at Johns Hopkins. He first joined the College as faculty in 1991, but has interrupted his tenure on a few occasions to work in Nepal. Dr. MacKinney’s work to develop health services in resource-poor settings is in the fine tradition of Dr. Addis Costello.
Dr. MacKinney is the founder and director of Living River Health Services, providing care to poor Nepalese. His work in Nepal includes starting a teaching and mission hospital, directing two hospitals, managing hospital staff and establishing the first diabetes specialty clinic in the country.
Here at the College, Dr. MacKinney has been awarded an Advancing a Healthier Wisconsin grant to partner with “Milwaukee Cares,” a charitable organization which coordinates medical care and donations of supplies and services. He sits on the Global Health Pathway council and won the 2007 MCW Marquette Medical Alumni Association Humanitarian award and AOA designation from the 2009 graduating class, specifically for his “excellence in serving the underprivileged and in role modeling sensitivity to patients’ different cultures and beliefs.”
Dr. MacKinney has also received the 2009 SGIM Midwest Award for outstanding community service. He directs the continuity clinic experience for the Internal Medicine Residency Program and practices primary care at the General Internal Medicine Clinic at Froedtert East.
CIBMTR hosting restaurant fundraiser
On Thursday, December 9th, the CIBMTR will be holding the first of three restaurant fundraisers in association with the 2011 Soccer Marrowthon. The all-day event is being held at Murf’s Frozen Custard & Jumbo Burgers, 12505 W. Burleigh, Brookfield (conveniently located one block west of 124th Street & Burleigh).
On that Thursday, 20% of Murf’s sales will be donated back to CIBMTR in support of the important work they do. Please plan on having lunch with a group of co-workers, take your family for an ice cream treat, or pick-up some dinner on the way home. What could be easier! Please mention CIBMTR when placing your order(s) so your sales will be counted!
Please pass this information on to your family and friends, as this is a very simple and delicious way to support the organization. For directions and a menu, go to:
Dr. Marilyn Schapira installed as President of the Society of Medical Decision Making
Marilyn Schapira, MD, MPH, Professor of Medicine (General Internal Medicine) and Interim Director of the Patient Care and Outcomes Research Center, was installed as President of the Society of Medical Decision Making at the society’s annual meeting in Toronto. Dr. Schapira will serve a one-year term.
Dr. Schapira has an active research program in the area of shared decision-making and risk communication. She has developed and evaluated decision-aids for prostate cancer treatment and post-menopausal hormone therapy, and has conducted original research regarding risk communication and the assessment of risk perceptions. She is currently funded by the National Institute of Health to develop a cross-culturally equivalent measure of health numeracy using item response theory psychometric methods.
Dr. Schapira was previously the society’s President-Elect, and serves on the editorial board for the Journal of Medical Decision Making.
The Society for Medical Decision Making's mission is to improve health outcomes through the advancement of proactive systematic approaches to clinical decision making and policy-formation in health care by providing a scholarly forum that connects and educates researchers, providers, policy-makers, and the public.
Hunger Task Force Collection Ends
We collected 1,663 pounds of food and $20 for the Food for Families drive. Sadly, that is 347 pounds shy of our goal of 2010 pounds. However, that is 1,663 pounds of food that went out to shelters, food pantries, and soup kitchens to feed people in our community. It wouldn’t have been there without our efforts. While we didn’t reach the goal to have a departmental casual week, I have to call that a success.