To sign up for athenaNet, you must have a participating health care provider. The provider gives you instructions and a link to the portal for your first login. In most cases, the provider sends this information in an email, but if you do not receive instructions, you should ask your provider for assistance. To log in for the first time, go to the athenaNet login page, and enter the credentials provided to you.
Once you log in for the first time, the athenaNet system prompts you to change your temporary username and password to something unique. You should also verify that your personal information in the system is complete and correct. Though the health care provider maintains your health records in the system, you have the ability to change personal information.
After you log in and have verified your information, you are ready to use athenaNet. The portal provides patient access to medical records, doctor's office communications, billing and appointments. Through the portal, you can set an appointment, pay a balance due, view test results or send your doctor an email. You may also request prescriptions or refills and access health educational information provided by athena. Additionally, you can view and print care summaries and vaccination records.