Many health care providers across the United States provide online account access to patients, including Presbyterian Healthcare Services in New Mexico, Johns Hopkins Medicine in Maryland and Stanford Health Care in California, the respective provider websites explain. These providers offer online access to medical records as well.Continue Reading
Presbyterian Healthcare Services offers online account access through the application MyChart, states the system's website. Before signing up for the service, patients get an access code from Presbyterian Medical Group either during a visit or over the phone. Through the online account, patients have access to their billing information and electronic medical records. Other services include appointment setting, prescription-refill requests and the option of sending electronic messages to the health care team. As of 2015, MyChart also offers free video visits and a mobile application.
Johns Hopkins Medicine also uses the MyChart application to give patients access to their accounts, medical records and other services online. However, patients must enroll during an in-person visit at one of the Johns Hopkins facilities before accessing MyChart for the first time. Available services are similar to those offered at Presbyterian Healthcare and include test results, after-visit summaries and electronic messaging between patients and the health care team, Johns Hopkins Medicine states.
Stanford Health Care's MyHealth application offers similar services, including a mobile applications, states the Stanford Health Care website.Learn more about Customer Service