Beaumont Doctor Online
Physicians hired after Sept. 1, 2012 must enter their Workforce ID, otherwise, use "DR" + medical staff ID number ToolTip log in.
Beaumont hosts free skin cancer screening on Melanoma Monday
Beaumont seeks participants for a research study of a cartilage tissue implant for knee injuries
Beaumont, Troy opens brachytherapy program to treat cancer
For more news stories, click here.
So that we can continue to make improvements to our physician website, we’d like your feedback.
Beaumont Health System, Botsford Health Care and Oakwood Healthcare have signed a letter of intent and begun exclusive negotiations about combining their operations into a new health care system.
The American College of Surgeons recently reverified Beaumont’s Royal Oak hospital as a Level I trauma center and recognized the hospital’s dedication to optimal care for children with a new Level II Pediatric Trauma verification.
Beaumont patients and team members recently were asked to honor special doctors with whom they work, or their personal physicians, for Doctors’ Day with a donation to Beaumont. These gifts help support patient care at Beaumont for the benefit of everyone in our community.
An article posted recently on the Medical Economics website compares the pros and cons of EHR voice recognition software and scribes in allowing physicians to focus on the patient, rather than the computer screen.
Some positive developments are taking place in Integrative Medicine, with a new director and clinical focus.
The Ted Lindsay Foundation is donating $1 million for the HOPE Center, which provides Hands-On Parent Education (HOPE) to families of children with autism spectrum disorders and other developmental disorders.
Fragility fractures affect up to one-half of women and one third of men over age 50. Beaumont, Royal Oak is having an impact on the lives of elderly patients by offering a multidisciplinary approach to treating these types of bone fractures.
Physicians are hearing the latest news from Beaumont at hospital staff meetings in March. Presentations include physician engagement survey results and updates on Beaumont United Care Partners and other issues affecting Beaumont physicians.
Advance Directives documents to be scanned - Beginning April 22, Advance Directives (specifically, Durable Power of Attorney for Healthcare) will be scanned into oneChart. The documents will be scanned as patients present them to the hospital or as the documents are retrieved from off-site storage. Ambulatory offices will be able to scan the document if the patient presents with one during an office visit. Inpatient and Ambulatory clinicians will be able to view the document in a number of locations in oneChart, including Patient Summary under the Index Reports, Chart Review within the Media tab, and the Plan of Care. This change is being made to provide prompt access to this important document within oneChart. For more information, please see the Inpatient and Ambulatory IT bulletins.
Other news - Anesthesia at Troy and Grosse Pointe will go live on oneChart Thursday, April 24.
Changes to Beaumont health and wellness program - Beaumont has made some changes in the employee health and wellness program that will affect the time of year in which the majority of those covered by a Beaumont-sponsored health plan (Beaumont Employee Health Plan and JLL@BHS) will be scheduling their annual health screening/physical. This year, employees and their medically covered spouses will be encouraged to start scheduling their appointments earlier in the year (April/May/June), to avoid a "mad dash" at the end of the year. As part of this change, RedBrick Health has replaced WebMD as Beaumont's employee wellness partner. Employees will bring a new health screening (Know+Your+NUMBERS) form to your offices for their annual physical appointments.
The spring OUWB Faculty Assembly meeting will take place on Wednesday, April 30, from 6 to 7:30 p.m. in the Administration Building auditorium, Beaumont, Royal Oak. Faculty unable to attend in person at Royal Oak are invited to participate via video conference at the Troy and Grosse Pointe hospitals. All faculty are encouraged to attend and can receive meaningful participation credit toward their OUWB faculty appointments for attending. For more information, please see the meeting flier.
Medical Education Week, May 19-21 - OUWB and Beaumont announce the Third Annual William M. Davidson Medical Education Week, May 19-21, 2014. Learn more online. On Wednesday, May 21, at 8 a.m., Kelley Skeff, M.D., Ph.D., director, Stanford Faculty Development Center for Medical Educators, and professor, Stanford University, will present the William Davidson Lecture - The Patient-Physician Relationship: A Process in Evolution.
Create your own list of shortcuts to pages on the physician portal.
Announcements & News
Lab Test Directory
Pain Management Requirement
Physician Time Study
Update Your Profile
Sign in to modify Quick Links.
Beaumont News, Nov. - Dec. 2013
Beaumont Doctor Quarterly, Fall 2013
Beaumont News, Sept. - Oct. 2013
Sign up to receive newsletter notifications via e-mail
October 1, 2015
1 year, 5 months, 12 days, 8 hours, 24 minutes, and 50 seconds
Read the ICD-10 Lifeline for Physicians!
Current Help DeskWait Time
Estimated Help Desk wait time is calculated using the last completed 1/2 hour interval that experienced at least one call.
© Copyright 2013 Beaumont Health System. All Rights Reserved.