MyChart® is web-based tool that allows you to review parts of your medical information and to communicate with your doctor. There’s even an app for mobile devices.
With MyChart®, you can:
All you need is access to a computer, an e-mail address and an Internet connection.
You will receive an access code and directions to use at home when you visit your provider in person. You will need to verify your Social Security number in the office, then enter only the last four digits when registering for security purposes.
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Get on the internet and go to the MyChart® website, MyChart®.trihealth.com, or get the MyChart® app on your smartphone or tablet.
Yes. All information is confidential, and the website uses the latest encryption technology.
Yes, if you are:
You will get a reply in one to three weekdays.
We do not recommend that you send any confidential information through standard e-mail. However, you may send basic information like symptoms or how a medication is affecting you.
Yes. Your doctor may send you a message to help you understand results posted on MyChart®. You also may receive a phone call or be asked to schedule another appointment.
Most outpatient test results are released immediately once finalized. Inpatient results will not release until after you have been discharged from the hospital. There are extenuating circumstances where results may not release at all or on a delay, if you have any questions please contact your Primary Care Physician’s office.
No. Although we strongly encourage you to sign up for this convenient tool, an account will be set up only when you have requested it.
No, it is a free service to TriHealth patients.
Yes. Activation codes are good for forty-five days. If you lose your directions, the office can reprint the letter for you.
All non-medical questions concerning MyChart® should be sent via e-mail to MyChart®@trihealth.com.
MyChart® is not for urgent medical matters. If you need urgent help, call 9-1-1 or your doctor’s office instead.