Health Information Technology & Services (HITS)
Health Information Technology & Services (HITS) provides IT services and support to the faculty, staff, and students of the University of Michigan Medical School. Whether you want to request A/V services, need technical support, or have questions about partnering with HITS on a project — the HITS Service Desk is the front door for your request.
Desktop / end-user support
Support is available 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday-Friday.
Authorized staff can use the Online Service Center (OSC) to order, change, and cancel telephone services, as well as order telecommunications equipment and accessories.
For Billing/Chartcom Inquiries:
Contact the ITCom Billing Group
NCRC partners with multiple University IT units to provide IT infrastructure and services, including network and phone services, high-performance computing and other specialized research infrastructure, collaboration/communications services and end-user support. NCRC partners include Information Technology Services (ITS) and Health Information Technology & Services (HITS) .
Help Me Now Walk-In Service
The HITS Help Me Now Office is open in Building 18, room G018, next to the MCard office.
Help Me Now is available Monday – Friday, 8am – 5pm.
Request Loaner Equipment and Support
(24-hour notice required)
Loaner Equipment available at NCRC:
- Polycom HD videoconferencing units
- Mobile projection screens
- Laptops (Mac and PC)
- Chat 160 audioconferencing units
HITS staff are available for on-site assistance prior to your event, and can also be contacted in the case of equipment malfunction.
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Recycling old cartridges, Xerox Green World Alliance offers a recycling program, see their website for the details. Staples also offers a toner recycling program. Contact Research Services at (734) 763-0773 or email email@example.com for program details, and pick up services.
Keep Printer Cartridges Out of the Recycling Bins
While printer cartridges are made of plastic, they are not accepted in U-M recycling bins. When placed in these bins, they are a contaminant and make the recycling process much less efficient.
If you have printer cartridges to recycle, please work with Mikan Corporation, U-M’s strategic supplier for re-manufactured cartridges, to recycle these items. Please contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org. They will deliver a collection box and pick it up when filled. If you are a Mikan customer, used cartridges are collected with every new order delivery. If you’re not a Mikan customer, please collect at least 10 used cartridges before contacting Mikan for a pickup or contact your current cartridge vendor.
Departments with a Xerox managed multi-function device should contact Xerox.
Toner tubes are not accepted for recycling.