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Pasos básicos para crear una cuenta del portal del paciente. If you are new to the Patient Portal, follow these steps to get enrolled: • Email Enrollment Invitation Link: o An enrollment invitation has been sent to your email account, access and follow the prompts
Once there, click “Patient Portal” in the top right-hand corner of the homepage. You’ll be directed to the correct portal, either TOL or MHS GENESIS. Last Updated 7/27/2021
The MHS GENESIS Patient Portal is a secure website for 24/7 access to your health information, including managing appointments and exchanging messages with your care team.
The TOL Patient Portal (also referred to as "TRICARE Online" or "TOL") is the current secure patient portal that gives registered users access to online health care information and services at military hospitals and clinics. When you register on the TOL Patient Portal, you can: Review and download personal health information
The web platform is accessible from outside the DOD network infrastructure on any internet capable device, including computers, tablets, and smartphones. DAP is solely for booking vaccine appointments and is not connected to any beneficiary medical records. The system is easy for beneficiaries to access and navigate.
The MHS GENESIS Patient Portal is a secure website for 24/7 access to your health information, including managing appointments and exchanging messages with your care team. Along with the new electronic health record, the MHS GENESIS Patient Portal launched at Fairchild Air Force Base (AFB) in February 2017 and and later at Naval Hospital Oak Harbor, Naval Hospital Bremerton, and at Madigan Army Medical Center. On September 7, 2019, MHS GENESIS went live at CAL MED and all of its clinics.
While patients may be able to log on to the Patient Portal and explore it during the weeks leading up to the transition to MHS GENESIS, the Patient Portal will not be active until September 7, 2019. At that time, patients may begin using the Patient Portal to message their care teams, see their medical notes, look at their lab and test results, and more. Only medical notes, messages and results from September 7, 2019, or later will appear in the Patient Portal.
With MHS GENESIS, all patient records will be found in one single records system. In addition, for the first time ever, all military branches will use one electronic health records system so that no matter where patients receive their care, their records will follow them.
The Department of Defense has a multi-year plan for all military treatment facilities to transition to MHS GENESIS. CAL MED is in the second wave of military treatment facility to transition to MHS GENESIS. If patients go to a site without MHS GENESIS, their care teams will still be able to view their MHS GENESIS records through the Joint Legacy Viewer software. Patients should stay registered in RelayHealth and Tricare Online so that they can continue to use it if needed when they PCS.
You will create your MHS GENESIS password. A new password will need to becreated every 180 days.
DoD ID number. (Active duty service members can find it on the back of their military-CAC and on the front of family member and retiree ID cards.)
The Defense Health Agency (DHA) developed this digital toolkit to help you communicate with beneficiaries about the launch of the DHA Appoint ing Portal (DAP). These products should be used locally to generate awareness among populations.
The DHA Appointing Tool (DAP) is a scheduling application designed to allow beneficiaries to self-book COVID-19 (and now flu) vaccine appointments. The web platform is accessible from outside the DOD network infrastructure on any internet capable device, including computers, tablets, and smartphones. DAP is solely for booking vaccine appointments and is not connected to any beneficiary medical records. The system is easy for beneficiaries to access and navigate.
Beneficiaries don’t have to be enrolled to a military hospital or clinic to use the DAP. They also don’t need an account or Common Access Card (CAC) to make a vaccine appointment.