Announcements: ITS

  1. Migration to Outlook -- August 5, 2013

    On Monday, August 5 at 7:00 am, all DFM sites will have been migrated to Outlook. There will undoubtedly be issues and questions that arise on Monday.  Your Clinic Manager and "Super Users" will be your first line of support if you have any problems with Outlook.

    DFM support plan: 

    • If you cannot log into Outlook on your computer, laptop, or Winterm, please try to access Outlook using the Outlook WebApp at:   https://webmail.uwhealth.org
    • If you cannot log into Outlook using the Outlook WebApp, please contact the UWHealth HelpDesk at 608-829-5474
    • Outlook Training resources are available through UConnect:   Outlook Training Content
    • If you have an Outlook-related question that you cannot find an answer in the UConnect Training resources, and your Clinic Manager or "Super User" cannot answer, please contact the DFM HelpDesk:  helpdesk@fammed.wisc.edu

    The DFM ITS Technology Training Team will be returning to each DFM Clinic in September for follow-up training.  We will be in contact with each Clinic Manager to schedule these return visits in a few weeks. 

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  2. Social Media for Family Physicians: Guidelines and Resources for Success

    Interested in social media, but don't know where to begin? Consider yourself a savvy social media user, but wonder about guidelines for doctors? Now there's a concise, helpful guide from the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP) to answer all your questions.

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  3. New Citrix Interface

    New Citrix Interface

     

    You may have noticed that there is a new look to the UWMF Citrix window.  It has recently been upgraded to provide more functionality.

     

    Read more here: 

     https://inside.fammed.wisc.edu/sites/default/files/dmt/new-citrix-interface.pdf

  4. SMARTBoard Technology in Alumni Hall's Mendota Conference Room.

    A little-known feature in Alumni Hall’s Mendota Conference Room is the SMART software (SMARTBoard software) installed on the computer in the podium.  Read more... »

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  5. Training Videos available through DoIT

    UW Division of Information Technology (DoIT) has recently added access to training videos through My UW-Madison. Read more... »

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  6. Social Media Tips for Physicians

    Dr. Mike Sevilla, a family physician and early social media adopter, talks about the do's and don'ts of social media for family physicians, encouraging them to get involved while being cautious.

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  7. 2010 Technology Training Survey

    The ITS Technology Training Team is working on a project to offer technology training to all DFM employees.  To get a better understanding of your training needs, please take a few minutes (should be no more than 5-10 minutes) to fill out the 2010 Technology Training Survey located here:

    https://uwmadison.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_8AMnJzETu9w6n76

    Your responses will remain anonymous unless you do provide us with your name.  We look forward to reading your opinions.
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  8. Update: DFM Web Sites Successfully Upgraded

    Please let us know what you think. Share your questions, comments, or feedback: webmaster@fammed.wisc.edu

    The upgrade includes a number of exciting new or improved features across both sites, which you can preview here:

    New Web Site Features - Details

    Public Site: http://www.fammed.wisc.edu/ Read more... »

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  9. Share Your Idea with ITS

    Do you have a great idea for how ITS could improve our service to the Department?

    Tell us about it.

    Do you have a suggestion for improving a business process or eliminating redundant tasks?

    We want to know.

    Are you using any software or applications that really boost your productivity and you think ITS should know more about, or you'd like to share with others?

    We're looking for your recommendations and input. Read more... »

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  10. Twitter Boot Camp

    The Mayo Clinic recently held a "Twitter Boot Camp" for their hospital staff, to explain Twitter and its uses.

    It's a great introduction aimed at a health care audience, with real life case studies. Read more... »