Health Sciences Technology: Request Services
University of Minnesota Health Sciences affiliates can request health science technology services by completing these forms.
Technology Help is also available via chat, phone (612-301-4357) or email ([email protected]), and at walk-in locations during service hours. For questions and help requests regarding clinical issues, you may continue to call 612-626-1978.
Add/modify/delete server access for an individual.
This form should be submitted whenever someone joins or leaves your department, or when someone needs modification to their current server access.
Request the purchase of computers, hardware, or software with University funds.
This purchasing form features three purchase options: Standard Build Computer, Custom Order Computer, and Other Peripherals.
Request modifications to an existing collaborative account.
A collaborative account is a single Active Directory account ID/password used by multiple individuals to obtain access to an HST supported workstation. HST will determine whether a collaborative account is appropriate for each particular request.
Request access, modification of access or removal of access to the Fairview SecureGateway system, i.e. EPIC, Copath from an HST supported device. Fairview VPN is only available to Radiologists and Otolaryngology (iSite and MPV). Fairview Systems REQUIRE all fields be complete.
Those requesting access to Fairview clinical systems primarily for research purposes should request access through Fairview Research Administration. Users must have approval through the Non-Fairview Employed Research Staff (NERS) process before entering these systems. Please see their website or contact [email protected] with any questions.
This form is to request a consultation by HST staff to assess if a computer can be added to HST support. Submission of this form does not indicate support will be approved. As some vendors prefer to support their own equipment, HST is willing to work with these vendors to ensure the device complies with HST security policies.
Request remote access to Health Sciences data and set up your VPN.
A full list of VPN options is available: VPN Downloads and Guides.