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Patient Portal at MyUofMHealth.org | University Health …

21 hours ago Create your account within 24 hours after receiving this email. Get your medical record number (MRN) and activation code by calling the Patient Portal Help Desk at 734-615-0872 (7:30 am - 4 pm). Then create your account at MyUofMHealth.org by clicking the blue "Sign Up Now" button. >> Go To The Portal


What are the advantages of patient portal?

Create your account within 24 hours after receiving this email. Get your medical record number (MRN) and activation code by calling the Patient Portal Help Desk at 734-615-0872 (7:30 am - 4 pm). Then create your account at MyUofMHealth.org by clicking the blue "Sign Up Now" button.

What is my Patient Portal?

For questions or more information about the MyUofMHealth Patient Portal. (link is external) contact our Health Information Management Department: Email HIM-PatientPortal@med.umich.edu. (link sends e-mail) , or. Phone: 734-615-0872, Monday-Friday 7 am - 7 pm, Saturday 8 am - 1 pm.

What is a patient portal?

Use the personalized, secure portal for U-M patients to view your medical records. You can: Request medical appointments; View your health summary from the …

What is mercy patient portal?

Information Management department at HIM -PatientPortal@med.umich.edu or you can call 734- 615 -0872 Monday -Friday 7:30 am - 4 :00 pm. After we verify your information, we will e -mail you a new code. Can I view my patient portal on my Android or iPhone? Yes, you can view your portal account by downloading the free MyChart app

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Important Updates During COVID-19

Some of our policies and procedures have changed due to the pandemic. Those of particular interest to our patients are listed below.

Your Connection to Michigan Medicine

The MyUofMHealth Patient Portal (link is external) is a secure way to manage your health, offering a 24/7 connection to Michigan Medicine and your important health information. Through the portal you can:

Contact Information

For questions or more information about the MyUofMHealth Patient Portal (link is external) contact our Health Information Management Department:

What to do when you get to your appointment?

When you get to your appointment, please call the office to let them know you've arrived and office staff will share next steps.

What is my portfolio?

Welcome to My Portfolio, a secure, confidential, easy-to-use site that connects you to your healthcare information wherever you are, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Can a 12 year old have access to a clinical note?

(Guardians of children 12 or older have limited access to a child’s clinical information in accordance with patient privacy laws.)

Who can release records of a deceased patient?

Records of deceased patients may be released to the designated Personal Representative/Successor Personal Representative as stated in a written will or by the Probate court as either the Executor or Administrator of the deceased person’s estate; the beneficiary of the patient’s life insurance policy; and the Heir at Law (a person who is legally entitled by state law to inherit property of a deceased person when that person dies without a valid will). In addition to Authorization to Release Patient Information form, the Heir at Law should complete the Affidavit of Heir form below.

Do we fax PHI?

We are committed to protecting your privacy and do not fax PHI (protected health information) per health system policy. Additionally, your medical record may contain sensitive information protected under federal and state regulations (including information about psychiatric, drug and/or alcohol abuse, HIV/AIDS, and or sexual abuse. Authorizations to release sensitive information must refer specifically to the information that is to be released.

Does Michigan have a health exchange?

At the University of Michigan, we participate in a state-wide health information exchange (HIE) that allows other doctors and hospitals outside of U of M to access information that we’ve collected about patients. Also, there are other ways that patient information is shared electronically with health care providers outside of U of M. See When and Why We Share Your Health Information for more information about how we share patient information with other health care providers.

Does the Guest Assistance Program notarize documents?

The Guest Assistance Program notarizes documents free of charge for patients.

What is the Michigan Medicine Provider Portal?

The Michigan Medicine Provider Portal is a secure web-based application for referring providers and their staff to access their patient’s medical information, including clinic letters, discharge summaries, ED notes, test results, medical and problem lists, appointment notifications, etc.

How long does it take to get access to the UMHS portal?

Each user will need a unique email address to gain access to the Provider Portal. The Site Administrator will be able to request users online. Access will be granted within 7-10 days. A unique password will be mailed through US Postal Service to each user separately in order to validate the user’s address.

What is provider portal?

The Provider Portal provides registered users with secure access to their patients’ electronic medical record information and test results from UMHS facilities.

How to enroll a practice in the provider portal?

To enroll your practice, complete the Provider Portal User and Site Agreement and fax it to the Department of Health Information Management at 734-998-0105 or call M-LINE to speak to a Physician Relations representative. If you have already enrolled your practice in the Provider Portal, you can log in to the Provider Portal now.

What browsers are required to access the provider portal?

The following Internet browsers should be used to access the Provider Portal: Apple Safari. Google Chrome. Microsoft Internet Explorer 8 and later versions.

How long do you have to have access to a patient's medical record?

Providers with a temporary relationship to the patient, such as consulting, care team members, attending and referring physicians will have access to a patient's medical record for as long as they maintain that relationship. Access to patient medical records for providers without an established relationship will be granted access for 10 days through the patient matching functionality.

Which browsers are available for the Provider Portal?

Apple Safari. Google Chrome. Microsoft Internet Explorer 8 and later versions. Mozilla Firefox 10 and later versions. Those with tablets should use iPad Safari or Android Chrome browsers. The Provider Portal uses industry-standard encryption technology ensuring that only you and your staff have access.

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