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Patient Portal - XRANM

19 hours ago X-Ray Associates Billing Department 9461 Eagle Ranch Rd., Albuquerque, NM 87114 Hours: Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Phone: (505) 998-3089 >> Go To The Portal


What is the Tol patient portal?

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.

What devices can I use to access the patient portal?

Please use a laptop or desktop to access the Patient Portal. The Patient Portal is currently not mobile friendly. Your browser is no longer supported. To use the Patient Portal, upgrade to the latest version of Chrome, Firefox, Microsoft Edge, or Safari.

What is the new MHS Genesis patient portal?

MHS GENESIS is the new secure patient portal for TRICARE. It will eventually deploy to all military medical and dental facilities worldwide and replace the TOL Patient Portal.

How do I make sure I am receiving patient portal emails?

To ensure that you are receiving Patient Portal emails please do the following: Add NextMD.com to your contact list, address list, safe list, or "Do Not Block" list. Account will be locked for 20 minutes after 4 failed login attempts. Please remember that password is case sensitive.

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What is X-ray at Santa Fe?from xranm.com

X-Ray Associates at Santa Fe provides a full range of outpatient radiology procedures that utilize the most advanced medical technologies. X-Ray Associates at Santa Fe provides premier screening, diagnostic breast imaging and interventional radiology. X-Ray Associates at Santa Fe also offers superior MRI Imaging using 1.5 Tesla GE Twinspeed with 16-channel Excite technology and a state-of-the-art Discovery PET/CT 710 with 128 slice CT Imaging Scanner. This exceptional technology offers better image quality and faster scan times, reducing radiation for both CT and PET scans.

What is X-ray used for?from xranm.com

They are also commonly used to examine the chest, abdomen, and superficial soft tissues. X-rays can identify many different conditions within the body, and they are often a fast and easy method for your doctor to make a diagnosis. Read More. PET/CT Imaging.

What is the most sensitive imaging tool for breast cancer?from xranm.com

MRI of the breast is one of the most sensitive imaging tools available for detecting new or recurrent breast cancer. Breast Ultrasound. A breast ultrasound is a safe, non-invasive exam that uses sound waves to see the inside of the breast.

How long does it take for a mammogram to show abnormalities?from xranm.com

Mammography can show an abnormality up to two years before it could detected by self diagnosis. MRI Guided Breast Biopsy. MRI biopsy is performed in situations when an abnormal finding is detected on the MRI study but not convincingly seen on mammography or ultrasound. Lymphoscintigraphy.

What is interventional radiology?from xranm.com

Vascular Radiology, or Interventional Radiology, uses minimally-invasive image-guided procedures to diagnose and treat diseases in nearly every organ system. These targeted procedures can look inside the body while they guide tiny catheters and other instruments through the blood vessels and other pathways of the body to the site of a problem. Interventional Radiology at XRANM can sometimes actually treat a number of medical disorders without surgery. XRANM Radiologists get images which are then used to direct interventional instruments throughout the body. These procedures are usually performed using needles and narrow tubes called catheters, rather than by making large incisions into the body as in traditional surgery.

How do radiologists use X-rays?from xranm.com

To make a radiograph, a part of the body is exposed to a very small quantity of X-rays. The X-rays pass through the tissues, striking a film to create an image. X-rays are safe when properly used by radiologists and technologists specially trained to minimize exposure. No radiation remains after the radiograph is obtained. X-rays are used to image every part of the body and are used most commonly to look for fractures. They are also commonly used to examine the chest, abdomen, and superficial soft tissues. X-rays can identify many different conditions within the body, and they are often a fast and easy method for your doctor to make a diagnosis.

What is diagnostic radiology?from xranm.com

Diagnostic Radiology is a field of medicine used to diagnose, but not treat, a variety of human ailments. We use non-invasive procedures like Xrays, CT scans, MRI scans & ultrasound to identify problems in the human body. Read More.

What is XRANM imaging?

XRANM offers a comprehensive range of diagnostic imaging procedures that cover all the modalities in radiology.

What is the phone number for a mammogram?

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What is interventional radiology?

Vascular Radiology, or Interventional Radiology, uses minimally-invasive image-guided procedures to diagnose and treat diseases in nearly every organ system. These targeted procedures can look inside the body while they guide tiny catheters and other instruments through the blood vessels and other pathways of the body to the site of a problem. Interventional Radiology at XRANM can sometimes actually treat a number of medical disorders without surgery. XRANM Radiologists get images which are then used to direct interventional instruments throughout the body. These procedures are usually performed using needles and narrow tubes called catheters, rather than by making large incisions into the body as in traditional surgery.

What is X-ray Associates?

With expertise in neuroradiology, musculoskeletal, interventional radiology, mammography and PET/CT Imaging, X-Ray Associates of New Mexico is a recognized leader in the imaging field.

How do radiologists use X-rays?

To make a radiograph, a part of the body is exposed to a very small quantity of X-rays. The X-rays pass through the tissues, striking a film to create an image. X-rays are safe when properly used by radiologists and technologists specially trained to minimize exposure. No radiation remains after the radiograph is obtained. X-rays are used to image every part of the body and are used most commonly to look for fractures. They are also commonly used to examine the chest, abdomen, and superficial soft tissues. X-rays can identify many different conditions within the body, and they are often a fast and easy method for your doctor to make a diagnosis.

What is diagnostic radiology?

Diagnostic Radiology is a field of medicine used to diagnose, but not treat, a variety of human ailments. We use non-invasive procedures like Xrays, CT scans, MRI scans & ultrasound to identify problems in the human body. Read More.

What is a CAT scan?

Computed Tomography scans (also known as CT or CAT scans) use special X-ray equipment to obtain information from different angles around the body. Computers are then used to process the information and create cross-sectional images that appear as “slices” of the body and organs.

What is the first screen in the Patient Portal?

After successfully logging in, the first screen you will see is the Home page. First time users should follow the prompts to complete the login process. Each time you login to the Patient Portal you can see notifications about New Forms, Appointments and New Messages.

What does it mean when your RX is sent to your pharmacy?

When you see the status 'your Rx was sent an eRx' or the status 'Your Rx was called in', it means that your prescription was sent to your pharmacy. Otherwise please be patient or contact your doctor for details.

How to see when a message was sent?

After a message is sent you will be redirected to your "Sent" box. You will see the date and time your message was sent. You can also view your previously sent messages from this section.

Do you have to complete a new patient form?

For security reasons, each new or established patient must complete a one-time "New Patient" form. Each patient must be verified our office before any medical data can be provided. The New Patient form helps us verify the account. Users will not be able to make appointments or access other content without a verified New Patient form.

Do you need a username and password to access the system?

You will need your username and password information to access the system.

Who can I talk to if I have more questions about Patient Gateway?from massgeneral.org

You can contact your child’s practice if you have additional questions about signing your child up for Patient Gateway.

Why does my teen need to approve my access to Patient Gateway?from massgeneral.org

But they may have unique privacy concerns. Because of this, the law treats the sharing of medical information differently for teens than for children. Patient Gateway’s access rules follow these laws.

How is Patient Gateway different for teens?from massgeneral.org

If your child is age 12 or younger, you may access Patient Gateway by filling out the Patient Care Representative (PCR) Access Authorization Form. If your child is age 13 or older, both you and your teen must sign up together.

How to connect to a doctor?from massgeneral.org

Connecting with your doctor’s office has never been easier. Through Patient Gateway, you can: 1 Check lab and imaging results, as well as letters and other reports from your providers 2 Access your health information from a non-Mass General Brigham institution if they are using the same electronic health record vendor (known as Epic) 3 Send non-urgent messages to your provider’s office 4 Request and view appointments, or make your own appointments (available at select offices) 5 Receive summaries of your visits 6 View, update or renew medications 7 Pay your medical bills online 8 Browse a library of trusted health information 9 Update your contact information 10 Complete questionnaires prior to your next visit 11 If applicable, enroll as a proxy representative when caring for a loved one or minor 12 Go green and conserve paper

When does a patient gateway account cancel?from massgeneral.org

As a parent or legal guardian, your account will automatically cancel when your teen turns 18. A parent, teen or physician’s office can ask for the Patient Gateway Account to be cancelled at any time.

Can you access your health information from a non-Mass General Brigham?from massgeneral.org

Access your health information from a non-Mass General Brigham institution if they are using the same electronic health record vendor (known as Epic)

Can I mail the form or sign up online?from massgeneral.org

No. You must bring the form to your practice. MassGeneral Hospital for Children takes privacy seriously. Your physician’s office must check photo ID before giving anyone access to Patient Gateway.

What is a secure patient portal?

The Secure Patient Portal is a secure system designed to help you manage your individual or family health care online. Using these online systems, you can:

What is a TOL portal?

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.

What is MHS Genesis?

MHS GENESIS is the new secure patient portal for TRICARE. It will eventually deploy to all military medical and dental facilities worldwide and replace the TOL Patient Portal.

What is primary care at VMG?from vmgma.com

At VMG, you select a primary care practitioner as your first stop for any preventative or acute care. Your primary care practitioner will, over time, get to know you and your family, your preferences and values for medical care, and be in the best position to provide education, support, encouragement, and care whenever necessary.

When will Valley Medical Group lab results be released?from vmgma.com

Finally, as of October 1, 2021, all laboratory and pathology results performed at Valley Medical Group laboratories will be made available to you on the portal at the same time they are released to your provider. We think this information belongs to you and expect this will improve how quickly you get your results, and will serve as a safeguard to be sure you know what is going on with your health.

What is Valley Medical Group's Patient and Family Advisory Council?from vmgma.com

This is a group of concerned patients and their supporters who will meet quarterly to provide us with ideas, advice, and feedback about the care we provide. It is our hope that with your involvement and engagement, we can make the experience of getting care at VMG easier, safer, and more useful for you and those you love. If you are interested in serving, please click on the Patient and Family Advisory Council tab in the purple banner on the top of our web page vmgma.com or email pfac@vmgma.com.

Is Valley Medical Group racially responsive?from vmgma.com

Valley Medical Group, for its part, has committed to a Climate Survey and Interrupting Racism trainings for our whole staff to root racism out of public health and provide culturally sensitive and proactive, racially responsive care to all our patients.

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