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Company Overview of University of Michigan Health System
University of Michigan Health System, a health care system and academic medical center, provides medical education, patient care, and research services. It offers clinical care, clinical trials, Medicaid access, patient safety, and physician and clinic directory services, as well as info for nurses; info for other health professionals; and services for physicians. The company was founded in 1997 and is based in Ann Arbor, Michigan. University of Michigan Health System operates as a subsidiary of University of Michigan - Ann Arbor.
1500 East Medical Center Drive
Ann Arbor, MI 48109
Founded in 1997
Key Executives for University of Michigan Health System
Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer of M-CARE
Interim Dean of Medical School
Chief Administrative Officer
Associate Vice President of Strategic Planning & Business Development
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.
University of Michigan Health System Key Developments
University of Michigan Health System Announces Executive Changes
Sep 18 15
University of Michigan Health System approved the leadership changes recommended by Schlissel and Runge. All will take effect January 1, 2016. Runge, currently the university's executive vice president for medical affairs, will assume additional responsibility as dean of the Medical School. Bringing together the EVPMA and dean roles will naturally increase collaboration between faculty and staff in the Medical School and their colleagues in hospitals and health centers. Schlissel thanked Dr. James Woolliscroft, the current Medical School Dean, for his nearly 40 years of service to the university and pointed out his innovation in redesigning the Medical School curriculum and the school's consistently top ranking among U.S. medical schools. Regents also approved two new positions to the health system, as proposed by Runge. Dr. David Spahlinger will be promoted to executive vice dean for clinical affairs and president of the hospitals, health centers and the U-M Medical Group. Spahlinger currently is senior associate dean and head of the faculty group practice and oversees the ambulatory care centers. In his new role, he will report directly to Runge. T. Anthony Denton, currently acting CEO of the hospitals and health centers, will be promoted to senior vice president and chief operating officer for hospitals, health centers and the U-M Medical Group. He will report to Spahlinger. In recommending these changes, Runge said that strong leaders are essential for the future as the health system pursues strategic priorities designed to help the system operate seamlessly as a single enterprise.
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan and University of Michigan Health System Launch Statewide Initiative to Evaluate and Improve Genetic Testing
Mar 5 15
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, Inc. and the University of Michigan Health System are collaborating with physicians and laboratories across the state as part of a new initiative to improve genetic testing practices. This is the first of the 21 initiatives in the Michigan Blues' Collaborative Quality Initiative program to include a wide variety of provider types, including pathologists and genetic counselors, along with primary care and specialist physicians.
Michigan Nurses Association and University of Michigan Health System Sign Contract Focusing on Safety, Benefits When Caring for an Ebola Patient
Nov 11 14
Michigan Nurses Association and the University of Michigan Health System have negotiated contract language that protects nurses when they provide care for an Ebola patient. The contract focuses heavily on safety for the nurses. In addition to standards for training and personal protective equipment, the contract language includes three key provisions: a nurse will not lose their salary or have to use Paid Time Off or Extended Sick Leave if quarantined due to a suspected exposure to the Ebola virus. A nurse will not lose their salary or have to use her Paid Time Off or Extended Sick Leave if she becomes infected with the Ebola virus. The hospital will pay for all medical treatment and follow-up including psychological testing if warranted. In addition, nurses who have been quarantined or are recovering from the Ebola virus may return to their previous position, hours of work and shift once declared Ebola free.
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