Who we serve
UCLA Health Information Technology (IT) is comprised of three technology groups deeply rooted in cross-functional collaboration that serve the UCLA Health enterprise in various, and often overlapping ways. Whether we are supporting the clinical needs of the the Health System, the education and research needs of the Health Science Schools, or the data an analytical needs that helps to drive it all, our staff and teams are dedicated to the UCLA Health mission areas of patient care, education, research, and community impact.
Clinical Systems for Patient Care
In addition to maintaining the central technology infrastructure for the UCLA Health enterprise, Information Services & Solutions (ISS) also provides services and development for business, financial and clinical applications such as CareConnect. CareConnect integrates functions of approximately 65 software applications into a single system accessible across the health system and is available around-the-clock to clinical faculty and staff members.
Data and Analytics
Office of Health Informatics and Analytics (OHIA) serves the data and analytics needs of across UCLA Health, Faculty Practice Group, and David Geffen School of Medicine. Offerings include clinical, financial and quality reporting and analytics, on-demand reporting, self-service reporting, advanced analytics through Big Data solutions and platforms, data extracts, data governance, data integration, data management, data architecture, application integration, and web service integration.
Research and Education
Standing for 'digital technology', DGIT provides a dynamic portfolio of services and capabilities that support education, research, analytics, web development, and administrative functions for faculty, students, and staff. Offerings include technology solutions intended to accelerate the university’s academic and research endeavors throughout the health sciences in the UCLA Schools of Dentistry, Medicine, Nursing, and Public Health.
Here is the latest edition of IT updates for an overview on what’s available and what’s to come.
On March 1, 2021, all VoIP phones using the UCLA campus IT hosted voicemail system will be migrated to our UCLA Health IT voicemail system. This change will impact VoIP phones in RRUCLA, SMUCLA, and Medical Plaza Building.