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Patient portals - UF Health, University of Florida Health

14 hours ago MyUFHealth a patient portal that allows you to access portions of your medical record from your computer or smart device. Participate in your health care by having the ability to access information on your own schedule, review your test results online, communicate with your provider securely, and view your health record 24/7 at work, on the road or at home. >> Go To The Portal


How to get your patients to use your patient portal?

MyUFHealth a patient portal that allows you to access portions of your medical record from your computer or smart device. Participate in your health care by having the ability to access information on your own schedule, review your test results online, communicate with your provider securely, and view your health record 24/7 at work, on the road or at home.

How do I access my Patient Portal?

Sep 29, 2021 · A patient portal is a website for your personal health care. The online tool helps you to keep track of your health care provider visits, test results, billing, prescriptions, and so on. You can also e-mail your provider questions through the portal. Many providers now offer patient portals. For access, you will need to set up an account.

How to access patient portal?

May 11, 2022 · MyUFHealth a patient portal that allows you or someone you authorize access to portions of your medical record from your computer or smart device. Participate in your health care by having the ability to access information on your own schedule, review your test results online, communicate with your provider securely, and view your health record 24/7 at work, on …

How to log into online patient portal?

Sep 29, 2021 · A patient portal is a website for your personal health care. The online tool helps you to keep track of your health care provider visits, test results, billing, prescriptions, and so on. You can also e-mail your provider questions through the portal. Many providers now offer patient portals. For access, you will need to set up an account.

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Your Secure, Online Health Connection

MyUFHealth a patient portal that allows you or someone you authorize access to portions of your medical record from your computer or smart device.

Features

We have new features coming Feb. 10! When you log in via Web or the MyUFHealth App, be on the lookout for:

Assistance

If you need immediate assistance with MyUFHealth, please use the following numbers during normal business hours (8-5, M-F):

Frequently Asked Questions

You can review Frequently Asked Questions to find out more about MyUFHealth.

Definition

A patient portal is a website for your personal health care. The online tool helps you to keep track of your health care provider visits, test results, billing, prescriptions, and so on. You can also e-mail your provider questions through the portal.

How do I use a Patient Portal?

If your provider offers a patient portal, you will need a computer and internet connection to use it. Follow the instructions to register for an account. Once you are in your patient portal, you can click the links to perform basic tasks. You can also communicate with your provider's office in the message center.

The Benefits of a Patient Portal

You can access your secure personal health information and be in touch with your provider's office 24 hours a day. You do not need to wait for office hours or returned phone calls to have basic issues resolved.

When to Contact a Medical Professional

Patient portals are not for urgent issues. If your need is time-sensitive, you should still call your provider's office.

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 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 contact our Health Information Management Department:

Your Secure, Online Health Connection

MyUFHealth a patient portal that allows you to access portions of your medical record from your computer or smart device.

Frequently Asked Questions

You can review Frequently Asked Questions to find out more about MyUFHealth.

What age can you get the Pfizer shot?

For more information, please visit health.usf.edu/care. • For those age 12 to 17: the Pfizer vaccine is authorized for people 12 or older. The Moderna and Janssen (Johnson and Johnson) vaccines are authorized for persons age 18 and up.

What is the 21st century cures act?

21st Century Cures Act. As of November 2nd, new features to your MyChart account were added to give you greater access and control of your health information. You will now be able to see results as soon as they are available, as well as complete access to your clinical notes.

Are you a student coming to campus?

Please email UHS-HIM-Registration. Please include your UMID number, date of birth and a local address.

To restore your account

If you forgot your username or password, go to MyUofMHealth.org and click the Forgot Username? or Forgot Password? links. To submit a request, you will need your medical record number (MRN), which you can get by calling the Patient Portal Help Desk at 734-615-0872 (7:30 am - 4 pm).

To get help

If you have other problems with portal access, call the Patient Portal Help Desk at 734-615-0872 (7:30 am - 4 pm).

There's an app for that!

In your app store, select the " MyChart by Epic " app, then choose " MyUofMHealth ." Once you have the app, sign in with your patient portal log-on and password. Please note that documents such as records and letters cannot be viewed via the app.

What can I do with a portal account?

MyUofMHealth.org is a secure patient portal that allows UHS patients to:

Proxy access is available through the portal as follows

For patients 11-17 years old: Full access is available, but account is granted based on need as determined only by a provider

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