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- Price Decrease for Non-lab Services05.01.2018
Per NMHC Billing staff… A price decrease for non-lab services became effective 3/3/18. The statements for services from 03/03/18 – 03/31/18 were being held as part of the go-live quality check. During this process, we discovered that the pricing change was not reflected in the statement. Unfortunately, these statements dated 04/05/18 were recently released.
The pricing correction was made and new statements dated 04/12/18 were released. This has caused some confusion as several of the studies recently called us about receiving 2 statements for the same dates of service with different pricing. We are instructing them to ignore the statements dated 4/5/18 and only process the statements dated 04/12/18.
The team apologizes for the confusion this has caused and are working with the vendor to correct the problem.
- NMHC (NMH, NMG, and LFH) Research Fee Schedule Update03.27.2018
The new NMH, NMG and LFH fee schedules are now available. In order to access these files you must be on the NU network or accessing via the VPN. Click here to access each of the following fee schedules: NMH, NMG and LFH.
Please contact one of the following individuals with any specific questions, comments or needs related to the above:
Manager of Research
Office (630) 933-5281 or (312) 926-2082
Cell (630) 930-7871
Research Operations Coordinator
Office (312) 926-2720
- Study Tracker & Project One Update01.18.2018
As part of P1 Preparation, NU IRB Approved studies with NMHC services to be performed after March 3, 2018, are required to create new study budgets in Study Tracker.
As a supplement to the classroom training, you can find detailed steps on budget creation in the Budget Setup Guide.
Please refer to the Study Tracker & Project One Update Information FAQ for more detailed information.
- Research Clinical and Ancillary Tools Adoption Session02.15.2017
Subject: Research Clinical and Ancillary Tools Adoption Session
When: Wednesday, February 15, 2017
You have been invited by NM leadership to participate in Research Clinical and Ancillary Tools session during the fourth round of Project One Adoption sessions. This session will cover workflows and content related to clinical research functionality, MyChart, recruiting, and release of information.
Sessions will take place on the downtown campus, please work with your manager to prioritize your schedule to participate in these sessions. We request that you do not forward the Outlook invitations to others.
Adoption Sessions will provide the opportunity for participants to experience workflows within Epic using the newly-built NM system based on decisions made during Decision and Confirmation Sessions. This will allow participants to:
- Confirm completed build in the NM Foundation system will meet functional requirements for workflows
- Perform final review of workflows prior to testing
- Confirm workflows can be adopted within each work area
- Identify change impact(s) and how to operationalize these changes within each work area
In addition to demonstrating the newly built workflows, we will also discuss the implications of the anticipated changes through the lens of the six questions below:
- What changes must occur in your department to support this workflow?
- How will your job (or the jobs of your teammates) change?
- What benefits / value can we highlight in our communications?
- What policies / procedures may change in your department?
- What areas of the new workflow will require special emphasis in training?
- How can the project team help you to prepare for changes before training begins?
We look forward to working with you to shape the design of our system wide electronic medical record. Your time and effort will help achieve the Project One vision: enabling our premier, integrated academic health system to deliver world-class, compassionate care.
For staff who need to charge time for participation, please use cost center 1237 in Kronos. For any additional session-related expenses such as train fare, please use department code 6040 with Project code 1150371 in PeopleSoft. If you have any questions, contact your manager.
For information on Project One activities, please visit the Project One page on NMI. If you have questions, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or to any of the Project One Leaders.
Project One Team
- Medical Record Changes Notice01.10.2017Dear Investigator,
Because of changes being made to the medical record at Northwestern Medicine you may be at risk of loss of your research data, please read the following email.
You are receiving this message because you are linked to a research study affiliated with Northwestern Medicine. As you may know, we are rebuilding our Epic platform to accommodate inpatient as well as outpatient care through an effort called Project One. We know that many of you have research related templates, workflow or other means of data capture that currently interfaces with Epic or Cerner (Power Chart). Without your active assistance to Project One it is highly likely those research tools and ability to collect data will break—perhaps preventing you from continuing to use our EHR systems to collect clinical data. Our number one reason for contacting you is to avoid this undesirable outcome. To ensure that you continue to have access to the data you need after the Project One go-live date (March 2018), the Project One team needs your feedback to understand how you collect data from NM systems. There is significant risk that this project may hinder your ability to collect clinical information critical to the research you conduct, especially if you use Cerner/PowerChart currently.
Please take the survey linked below to provide your feedback. This survey is estimated to take 5-10 minutes to complete.
Link to survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/ProjectOneResearch
To learn more about Project One, visit http://nmi.nmh.org/wcs/page/nm-project-one.
Rex L. Chisholm, PhD
Adam and Richard T. Lind Professor of Medical Genetics
Vice Dean for Scientific Affairs and Graduate Studies Feinberg School of Medicine
Associate Vice President for Research Northwestern University
420 E. Superior St. Chicago, IL 60611 312-503-3209
Administrative Assistant: Meg Kennedy (email@example.com)