These are the most commonly asked technology questions of Rising M3 students.
As an M3 you will need to make sure your mobile email access is secure to handle electronic patient health information (ePHI). This is now done through an application called AirWatch. AirWatch provides access on phones and tablets. Outlook provides access on computers.
IMPORTANT NOTE (PLEASE READ): If you already have installed AirWatch as an M2 to access email and calendar, you do not automatically get MiChart apps. If you want them, you need to un-enroll and re-enroll. Before you do, be aware that Haiku and Canto offer an abridged version of MiChart (apps are named Haiku and Canto) and are not intended to replace the full application on a notebook or desktop workstation.
New: Using the UMHS-MiChart profile will DISABLE screenshot ability and iCloud Drive (iOS)
Haiku and Canto details:
Each application provides access to MiChart tasks focused on viewing patient information and offers additional features including:
Configure AirWatch for Mobile Devices (smartphones/tablets):
FAQ and Installation instructions (requires Level-2 login)
Configure Haiku/Canto for MiChart:
Installation Instructions (requires Level-2 login)
Configure Outlook for Laptop/Desktop:
These instruction assume you are accessing these resources for the first time. If you have already completed steps 1 and 2, skip to step 3 for links to the specific resource you want.
MLearning mandatory modules can be found here: https://trainingportal.med.umich.edu