Above Image: GME MedHub Users Conference 2013 - Hosted in Indianapolis
MedHub - Access and Training
IUSM MedHub Homepage: https://iusm.medhub.com/
Log in Instructions: Residents/Fellows and Faculty with an IUPUI username and passphrase click on the gray rectangle containing the IU symbol on the MedHub home page. Use your CAS/IU login. All other users will log in trough the red circle portal. To obtain your non-IUPUI username and password please contact the GME office (317-274-8282) or email@example.com.
Coordinator Training: Click on GME CALENDAR at the bottom of this page. Click on the date you wish to attend and register by entering your name and program into the RSVP form.
Director Training: Training/Orientation- Contact GME office for training.
System Enhancements: To request an enhancement scroll down to the bottom of this page and submit the electronic request form.
September 15, 2009 - Today, MedHub, Inc., signed an agreement with The Indiana University School of Medicine to deploy its MedHub enterprise residency management system across all residency and fellowship programs, Graduate Medical Education and hospital finance.
The MedHub system is an integrated web-based suite of modules developed to improve communication, information workflow and reporting for physician training and residency program accreditation.
MedHub provides diverse groups of stakeholders real-time access to critical information essential to the management of their respective specialized tasks. MedHub replaces multiple databases and ad hoc processes with a single workflow centered unified database. The return on investment is improved data quality, reduced redundant effort, better documentation and timely completion of essential tasks in a very highly regulated environment.
Residency and fellowship program data managed by MedHub includes: complex real-time rotation, shift, call and clinic schedules, faculty and resident demographics, resident evaluations, case logs/medical procedures, testing and licensure data, didactic conference management, resident duty hours and document management.
Enterprise-wide data managed and processed by MedHub includes: payroll/funding input, affiliated institutional billing, Medicare reimbursement, contracts, FTE calculations, and auditing functions. MedHub drives complex tasks through elegant linear workflow utilizing task-based algorithms.
With over 1,000 physician trainees spread across 75 residency and fellowship programs and six affiliated hospitals in and around Indianapolis, The Indiana University School of Medicine has one of the largest and most complex teaching hospitals in North America. Nearly 5,000 total users will interact with the Medhub system on a regular basis. MedHub stakeholders include residents, attending faculty, program administrators, Graduate Medical Education, Hospital Finance, paging, nurses and others.
About MedHub: MedHub was incorporated in 2002 and is a privately held Michigan company. MedHub clients include Cleveland Clinic, Carolinas Healthcare System, Stanford University, Rush University Medical Center and The University of Michigan Health System, The University of Oklahoma, The University of Iowa, The University of Washington and other major teaching healthcare institutions.
For further information, please contact Stacy Bernhardt, firstname.lastname@example.org or 274-8282.
MedHub Enhancement Request Form