Introducing University Hospitals MyChart
Our new electronic health record (EHR) system will allow you to access all of your personal health information in one place and streamline care across health providers via MyChart.
Below you will find the latest information to navigate your care. For additional details and more in-depth information, visit our FAQ page.
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What Are the Benefits of MyChart?
This update is part of our effort to make all of your University Hospitals medical records available through MyChart. Your new portal will not only improve treatment – it will allow you to manage nearly every aspect of your care.
Communicate with your doctor
See your test results
Request prescription refills
Manage your appointments
Access your child’s health record
Health and visit summaries
Save Time With eCheck-In Before Your Appointment
UH MyChart offers eCheck-in so you can complete forms, update insurance, current medications and other personal information up to 7 days before your appointment.
- 7 Days Before Your Appointment: Login to UH MyChart.
- Under Visits, select “Visits and Appointments.” The “Upcoming Visits” section will display your scheduled appointment(s).
- Click eCheck-in to verify and edit your personal information.
- Click Next to complete your eCheck-In or Finish Later to save and complete later.
- How do I sign up for UH MyChart?
There are several different methods of MyChart signup that might be used by different departments across your healthcare organization:
- Clinic staff might sign you up directly while you’re at the front desk or in the exam room.
- You might receive a MyChart activation code on your After Visit Summary or on a billing statement.
- You might receive a text message or email with an activation code when you come in for a visit.
- You might be able to use self-signup online to create a MyChart account by matching your information against what is on file in your medical record.
- Is UH MyChart secure?
We take great care to ensure your health information is kept private and secure. Access to information is controlled through secure activation codes, personal usernames and passwords. Each person controls their password, and the account must be accessed using that password. On mobile, the account may also be accessed using face ID or fingerprint login. Unlike conventional email, all MyChart messaging is done while you are securely logged in to our website or mobile app.
You can ensure that your account stays secure even if someone else has your username or password by turning on two-step verification. When this feature is turned on, you must enter a code that is sent to you by email or text message to log in to MyChart, in addition to using your username and password. For more information, check out our helpful video on two-step verification.
You might receive email or text notifications that contain links to MyChart. These notifications allow you to login to MyChart securely using a link that expires after a short time. Keeping your MyChart account secure means keeping your phone number and email account secure. If you think your phone number or email account may be compromised, you can change the phone number or email on file on the “Personal Information” page in MyChart. For further assistance, contact our MyChart Patient Support Line 24/7 at 216-286-8960.
- Will UH MyChart have all of my previous health records?
Please refer to the below table for medical records history. While all past records may not be in MyChart, rest assured that your doctor will have access to all your medical information
Medical Information Details Available Records Patient Demographics and Information Patient identifiers from legacy systems and core demographic information. Includes patient name, date of birth, sex, address, primary care provider, next of kin, emergency contacts and preferred pharmacy All available Outpatient Problem List Discrete (e.g. ICD-10) active outpatient problem list. Excludes admission-specific diagnoses All active records as of Fall 2022 Allergies Discrete active allergies including medication, food and environmental allergies All active records as of Fall 2022 Outpatient Medications Discrete active prescribed medications patient is taking, commonly prescribed within ambulatory visits or discharge medications All active records as of Fall 2022 Vaccinations Discrete vaccination history All active records as of Fall 2022 Patient Encounters Inpatient, ED and Outpatient encounters. Includes date of service, primary diagnosis and visit providers 2012 – current Future Appointments Visits scheduled for on or after March 4, 2023. Limited to UH Primary Care Clinics All future appointments Notes Textual clinical notes including H&Ps, progress notes, transcribed or dictated reports 5 years Scanned Document Links Links to views previously scanned documents 5 years Patient Histories Medical, surgical and family histories All available Outpatient Vitals Vitals for pediatric patients and adults, including height and weight used for pediatric growth charting Peds: All available
Adults: 3 years
Lab Results Discrete lab results for general chemistry, microbiology, blood tests and other common lab tests 2018 – current Imaging Results Texual result reports for diagnostic imaging procedures 2012 – current Endoscopy Results PDF repots from endoscopy reports documented in Provation 10 years Cardiology Results Textual or scanned reports for cardiology results 7 years
- If I already have a MyChart account with another hospital, do I need to download the UH MyChart app?
You can add University Hospitals to an existing MyChart account; however, there are additional features you may not have access to if you don’t download the UH MyChart app.
- If I send a message to my provider, when can I expect a reply?
You will generally receive a response within 1 – 3 business days.
Please note that MyChart messages should not be used for urgent situations. Call 9-1-1 or visit your nearest emergency room if you require immediate attention or if you are experiencing serious symptoms such as chest pain, difficulty breathing or uncontrolled bleeding.
- How do I request a prescription refill?
To request a refill of a current medication using your MyChart account:
- Click on medications
- Find the medication you want to refill
- Click on the refill button
Please try to give your provider as much advance notice as possible. Medications that are more closely regulated by the FDA have different requirements for prescribers. We are required by law to see the patient regularly to monitor medication use and usefulness.
- How do I pay my bill?
There are two places to pay your bill depending on the services rendered:See bill examples
What is a primary care “teal” bill?
The “teal” bill is used for making payments through MyChart, commonly for primary care services. This bill does not have a statement number and it has a teal strip of color at the top of the bill with a message saying “This is the teal bill.”See an example of a Primary Care “teal” bill (PDF)
What is a bill with a statement number?
This bill is commonly used for specialty care or hospital services. It includes a statement number.See an example of a bill with a statement number (PDF)
- What is proxy access?
Proxy access allows another person to manage a patient’s MyChart account. Patients may wish to grant access to a family member and/or friend when they need assistance managing their appointments and other medical needs.
The person with proxy access can:
- View the patient’s health information, including health history, test results and after visit summaries
- Request prescription refills
- Schedule and manage appointments
- Send secure messages to the patient’s care team
Watch this video to learn more about MyChart Proxy Access.