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How do you use the MyChart log-in to access your account?

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The initial MyChart log-in information, including username and password, must be obtained from the medical practice or hospital offering MyChart access to your medical records. MyChart is an electronic medical record keeping system, provided by Epic Systems to 355 medical practices and hospitals throughout the country.

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The Cleveland Clinic offers MyChart to its patients. Once you have your initial MyChart ID and password provided by the Cleveland Clinic staff, enter that information, and you are prompted to change your password. Once you successfully log in to your MyChart account, you can review test results, x-ray reports, office visit summaries and your list of medications.

Johns Hopkins Medicine also offers MyChart to its patients for interactive access to health records. The initial set up is similar to the Cleveland Clinic, where you must obtain the initial identification/username and password from the Johns Hopkins Medicine staff. After your initial log in, you can establish email and other notification preferences and send non-urgent messages to the medical staff.

MyChart is also used by Beaumont Hospital in Michigan, under a slightly different name, myBeaumontChart. It is the same underlying medical records system as the Cleveland Clinic and Johns Hopkins Medicine and is provided by Epic Systems. As a new user, follow the new user links in the right sidebar of the myBeaumontChart home page. In the event you forget your myBeaumontChart username or password, click on the forgot username or forgot password links to obtain that information.

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