When dining out on the University’s dime, we need an ITEMIZED receipt, not just the credit card/tip receipt that shows the tip and total. Please hang on to and submit BOTH the itemized receipt as well as the receipt showing the total including tip. Both the University and UPI require original itemized receipts on food purchases.
Additionally, alcohol purchases are NOT allowed. Please have the server put any alcohol purchases on a separate check and pay for that yourself. If you submit a receipt with alcohol purchases, they WILL be disallowed.
If you have any questions, please contact Stephanie Livingston, Stephanie Mitchell or Terry Kosel.
Kasie Holcomb, Program Coordinator for the Office of Integrated Health Care Research and Policy
Member of DFM since: January 2012. Previously she worked for Anesthesiology.
I assist a variety of programs within the DFM. I work alongside the ACT team coordinating conferences, meetings, and finances. I assist Dr. Ben Miller with his many projects in Integration and cover his travel, calendar, and assist the Behavioral Health Team. I also assist Dr. Larry Green with a variety of his projects as well, working to coordinate and assist in project meetings and coordinating his travel and calendar.
What are the three most important things you’re working on?
Since starting in January I am STILL learning all there is to know about the ACT program, Dr. Miller’s projects and Dr. Greens. We just had the ACT Innovator’s meeting in Colorado Springs. It was a great time for our Innovation sites to get together and go over the many successes and issues that have surfaced throughout the year and to support each site as we continue moving forward through the next year! I
Why do you like working for DFM?
I LOVE working for DFM because the people I am surrounded by are encouraging, kind and patient with me! I have learned so much in my personal/professional growth here and I only continue to grow even more!
What are your passions?
My passions here in DFM serving the people I work with to the very best of my ability. I want to represent them and DFM with professionalism and kindness. My personal passions are: music, family and working with horses.
What do you do away from work?
I am a worship leader at Hope Valley Church. I lead vocals while my husband also plays the electric guitar for the band. We love to hike, being with our new Boxer pup, hang out with friends and drink STARBUCKS!
Don’t judge me… I LOVE Celine Dion! But I also love country and Phil Wickham!
Favorite movie and why?
Dumb and Dumber, duh! Because it’s hilarious! No deep or serious reason. It’s just hilarious! =)
I am a fraternal twin! and someday I would love to work for a therapeutic horse ranch that offers programs for children with disabilities.
The DFM Support Staff has been hard at work this summer! We’ve been focusing on streamlining processes, identifying areas of opportunity and moving things around to make life easier for all of us. Some of the initiatives we’re “this close” to having up and running:
New Travel & CME Procedures – Stephanie Mitchell, Terry Kosel and our soon-to-be-hired Office Support Coordinator will be assisting you with all your travel, reimbursement and CME needs! Please contact Stephanie Mitchell if you haven’t had a chance to attend a training yet!
Department Orientation – We will present a daylong DFM Orientation once a month starting in November. This will be for all new incoming faculty and staff and will present an overall view of the department. Everyone is welcome to attend the first couple of sessions while we fine-tune.
My.Leave – coming soon to a computer near you – we’re going to join the 21st century and report our vacation and sick time in real time and stop killing trees! Our pilot program starts in October and we’ll be rolling it out to AO1 in November and the clinics in January!