Story by: Menisa Marshall on November 2, 2018
A variety of key health reports and updates provided by MyNortonChart are available in the iPhone Health app. Now, the app’s Health Records feature can collect information from different hospitals and clinics to make it easier for patients to access their medical information from multiple providers whenever they choose.
Once you connect your Health Records account, MyNortonChart can securely supply information in seven categories: allergies, clinical vitals, conditions, immunizations, lab results, medications and procedures.
Typically, medical records from various care providers are held in multiple locations. That has meant users had to sign into each provider one at a time and collect information piecemeal. With Health Records on iPhone, patients can access medical information more easily from participating institutions and see it organized into one view. Users will be able to receive notifications when their data is updated.
“We strive to provide comprehensive quality care for our patients, which includes providing access to critical information. It’s good to know they can now get this information easily even when their care may happen outside our system,” said James T. Jennings, M.D., Norton Community Medical Associates – Brownsboro.
Whether you’re at work, on the road or at home, you can communicate with your providers, renew prescriptions, track appointment information and more in MyNortonChart. All information is stored securely.
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Apple Health has been a standard iPhone app since model six. The Health Records feature is found in the app’s Health Data section. Once you select and activate the Health Records feature, you will find Norton Healthcare listed among the providers who have opted to connect with the feature.
Health Records data is encrypted and protected. Users are required to provide an iPhone passcode, Touch ID or Face ID.
MyNortonChart will still be your “go to” tool for tasks such as securely communicating with providers, scheduling appointments, checking test results, renewing prescriptions and paying a bill. The data you see collected in Health Records will still be available directly from MyNortonChart.
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