Message from the CIO, Ellen Pollack
I am deeply appreciative and excited for the opportunity to continue to lead UCLA Health IT as the Chief Information Officer. In addition, to ensuring the continuity of technology services we provide, I am looking forward to the progression and innovations our teams will bring to services and technology at UCLA Health and the health sciences.
The UCLA Health IT team (ISS | OHIA | DGIT) spent the past few months creating a 3-year strategic plan. Our goal was to provide a framework to guide and align our UCLA Health IT teams and actively track progress as we work towards becoming the best healthcare technology team in the country. In addition to our major initiatives list and capital roadmap, having a strategic plan helps us focus on improving these important themes within UCLA Health IT:
- Recruit, grow, and retain our top talent
- Optimize our processes
- Ensure modern and resilient technology
We invite you to review our Strategic Plan and provide any feedback you may have.
Internet Explorer (IE) 11 retires June 15
Please remember, starting June 15, when your computer performs Windows updates, Internet Explorer (IE) will be removed from the device.
Don’t forget to move your bookmarks to another browser prior to the IE retirement. Bookmarks will not be able to be recovered once IE is removed.
- Personal devices will see changes when they update on or after June 15.
- Managed devices will see changes after our scheduled updates:
- June 24: ISS Managed Windows Device
- July 9: DGIT Managed Windows Device
Learn more about IE Retirement
This month we encourage you to take 9 minutes to learn more about Zoom and Box.
Annotating a Shared Screen on Zoom (3:54)
Add information such as text, drawings, and symbols to a shared screen in a Zoom Meeting or Webinar.
Work remotely, together on Box (6:14)
Join for a bite-sized video focused primarily on ways Box can help you work together with your teammates, even while you’re far apart.
Research Publishing and Reproducibility Brown Bag
DGIT and the UCLA Library have come together to discuss reproducibility, data management and publishing strategies for biomedical researchers. This month's topic is "New NIH Data Sharing Policy: Use-Cases and Common Questions."
Health System HIMS Forum
Join the HIMS Director and Management Team for updates and discussions on topics related to record integrity, privacy and access, including release of information, scanning, patient identity, and other important policies and processes. These session will host guest speakers from the organization, and we will have time at the end of every session for Q&A.
Check out our events page for additional trainings and webinars →
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