A list of people that new division managers should meet and connect with.
Contact list with each DM’s areas of expertise/interest.
Organizational chart for DOM, UCSF units, Medical Center departments, services, and contacts.
An introduction to the various UCSF campuses and the UCSF shuttle system.
How to reach IT Services for technical support or device encryption.
A brief introduction to HR topics including timekeeping, pre-tax transit program, and benefits & compensation.
An introduction to BearBuy and the various available forms available for purchasing.
A brief introduction on reimbursements are processed at UCSF.
A list of common billing questions and who you should ask to find the answers.
Opportunity for DMs to better understand clinical management and processes.
Overview of the funds flows. Setting up Medical Center support agreements and fiscal year-end “true-up” process.
The DOM clinical activity reporting tool. Includes list of reports and definition of report data as well as a cheat sheet of important concepts and abbreviations.
A brief introduction to wRVUs, MGMA benchmarks, and AAMC Faculty Salary Survey Reports.
Required for clinical divisions for the fiscal year budget preparation.
List of reports sent from Revenue Management and the Medical Center.
16. Medical Center Administrative Director (AD) / Practice Manager (PM) vs. Campus Division/Department Manager (DM) Operational Roles
A matrix of responsibilities delineating Medical Center AD / PM vs. Campus DM operational roles
The Department of Medical Staff Affairs (MSA) at UCSF Medical Center & Benioff Children’s Hospital (SF Campus) develops, manages, performs, and directly supports governance, credentialing/privileging, and payer enrollment activities related to nearly 3,000 Medical Staff and Advanced Health Practitioner (AHP) members, and hundreds of other providers who rely on the program’s electronic and paperless credentialing system - UC Me. What are the steps to credentialing a new faculty hire?
For outpatient care, inpatient activity, apex coach & PEAK.
The Physician Dashboard is a dashboard launched in June 2017 and available through DOMBO. The aim of this project is to present the data in an easy to understand format and provide it to each clinician on a monthly basis.
The Health System routinely develops and refines a set of clinical dashboards, some of which may be applicable to your division.
The SOM Clinical Incentive Plan is a part of the UCSF Health System’s Incentive Award Program (IAP) Plan. The Plan uses a pay-for-performance approach to focus staff on key priorities throughout the Medical School and Health System and encourages teamwork to meet organizational goals.
What are the opportunities for development and networking for clinical managers?