Patient Guide v1.5

Patient Guide v1.5
Patient Guide v1.5
Patient Guide v1.5
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Contents
FollowMyHealth Requirements......................................................................... 5
Log in Process ................................................................................................. 5
You Received an Invitation Email ........................................................................................................................................ 5
Create an Account............................................................................................................................................................... 8
You Received an Invitation Email to View a Family Member’s Record ............................................................................ 10
Home Screen ................................................................................................ 13
Static Toolbar .................................................................................................................................................................... 13
Message ................................................................................................................................................................................ 13
Request Appt......................................................................................................................................................................... 13
Hello [user name].................................................................................................................................................................. 13
Action Center Module ....................................................................................................................................................... 14
Recent Activity Module ..................................................................................................................................................... 15
Appointments Module ...................................................................................................................................................... 15
Request a New Appointment ................................................................................................................................................ 15
Directly Schedule an Appointment ....................................................................................................................................... 17
Upcoming Appointments ...................................................................................................................................................... 19
Past Appointments................................................................................................................................................................ 21
Other Appointments ............................................................................................................................................................. 22
Billing Module ................................................................................................................................................................... 22
App Center Module ........................................................................................................................................................... 23
Health Journal ....................................................................................................................................................................... 23
My Charts .............................................................................................................................................................................. 24
Withings Digital Scale ............................................................................................................................................................ 25
Withings Blood Pressure Monitor ......................................................................................................................................... 26
Blue Button ........................................................................................................................................................................... 27
My Account.................................................................................................. 28
Connections ...................................................................................................................................................................... 28
Manage Connections ............................................................................................................................................................ 28
Visualize Connections ........................................................................................................................................................... 28
Billing ................................................................................................................................................................................. 30
Patient Responsibility ........................................................................................................................................................... 30
Pending with Insurance......................................................................................................................................................... 31
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Paid Invoices ......................................................................................................................................................................... 31
Preferences ....................................................................................................................................................................... 32
Account Preferences ............................................................................................................................................................. 32
Login Preferences.................................................................................................................................................................. 33
Notification Preferences ....................................................................................................................................................... 34
Restore Deleted Items .......................................................................................................................................................... 35
Support.............................................................................................................................................................................. 36
Help ................................................................................................................................................................................... 36
Log Out .............................................................................................................................................................................. 36
Inbox ............................................................................................................ 37
My Health ..................................................................................................... 39
Summary ........................................................................................................................................................................... 39
My Care Team ....................................................................................................................................................................... 40
Conditions ......................................................................................................................................................................... 41
Adding Active Conditions ...................................................................................................................................................... 41
Adding Surgical History Conditions ....................................................................................................................................... 42
Adding Family Health Conditions .......................................................................................................................................... 42
Adding Personal Health Conditions ...................................................................................................................................... 43
Medications ...................................................................................................................................................................... 43
Adding or Editing your Pharmacy ......................................................................................................................................... 44
Adding a Medication ............................................................................................................................................................. 44
Requesting a Medication Renewal ....................................................................................................................................... 45
Allergies............................................................................................................................................................................. 46
Adding an Allergy .................................................................................................................................................................. 46
Immunizations................................................................................................................................................................... 47
Adding an Immunization ....................................................................................................................................................... 47
Results ............................................................................................................................................................................... 48
Adding a Result ..................................................................................................................................................................... 49
Vitals.................................................................................................................................................................................. 50
Adding a Vital ........................................................................................................................................................................ 50
Documents ........................................................................................................................................................................ 51
Search................................................................................................................................................................................ 52
Chart View ......................................................................................................................................................................... 52
My Info ......................................................................................................... 53
Demographics ................................................................................................................................................................... 53
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General Demographics.......................................................................................................................................................... 54
Emergency Contact ............................................................................................................................................................... 55
Responsible Party.................................................................................................................................................................. 55
Insurance ............................................................................................................................................................................... 56
Providers ........................................................................................................................................................................... 57
My Providers ......................................................................................................................................................................... 57
Additional Providers.............................................................................................................................................................. 58
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FollowMyHealth Requirements
Supported browsers:
п‚· Internet Explorer 8.0 or higher
п‚· Modern versions of Chrome, Firefox, and Safari.
Log in Process
You Received an Invitation Email
Upon clicking the invitation link contained in the Invitation email, you will be prompted with the appropriate
Invite Screens, examples shown below.
The Landing page is the first screen you will see. You must
choose the appropriate action.
Create an Account: choose this option if you do not have
an existing FollowMyHealth (FMH) account with any other
healthcare organizations.
Add this Connection: choose this option if you do have an
existing FMH account with another healthcare organization.
You will be prompted to log in with any of the
four authentication providers:
Facebook
Google
Yahoo
Microsoft Live ID
Choosing one of those four providers to log in
with simply authenticates you to FMH. In no
way is any information shared from FMH to
them or from them to FMH. FMH does not
store your login credentials and does not
have access to your password.
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Upon choosing the Login method and successfully logging in, you will be taken through the Invitation process.
The Invite “Wizard” displays. The bar
across the middle top tells you what step
you are on in the acceptance process.
You must click the “Next” button to
continue.
You must enter the invitation code you
received when you signed up for a FMH
account.
This is usually the last four digits of your Social
Security Number or the year of your birth.
If you do not know your invite code, contact
the healthcare organization who invited you.
You must accept the Terms of Service.
To print the Terms of Service, you may click
the “Print” link.
You also have access to the Privacy Policy
on this step. Clicking the link will open the
Privacy Policy and you can print it.
You must accept the Release of Information.
The Release of Information permits FMH to
obtain your medical information from the
organization and store it on your behalf.
If you decline, your medical information will
not be obtained from the organization.
To print the Terms of Service, click the “Print”
link.
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The last step is the uploading your health
record.
Once the upload is complete, you will be
taken in to the Home screen of Patient
Access.
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Create an Account
You may create a FMH account without an invitation from a healthcare organization.
The Landing page is the first screen you will see. You must
choose the appropriate action.
Login: choose this option if you have an existing FMH
account with a healthcare organization.
Create an Account: choose this option if you do not have
an existing FMH account with any other healthcare
organizations.
You must fill out the basic demographics screen with the
required information (name, email, date of birth, and zip
code) and you may enter the optional information
requested (cell phone, home phone, and Social Security
Number).
You must accept the Terms of Service.
You also have access to the Privacy Policy on this step.
Clicking the link will open the Privacy Policy.
You will be prompted to log in with any of the
four authentication providers:
Facebook
Google
Yahoo
Microsoft Live ID
Choosing one of those four providers as your
log in simply authenticates you to FMH. In no
way is any information shared from FMH to
them or from them to FMH. FMH does not
store your login credentials and does not
have access to your password.
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You will be prompted to request a
connection to area healthcare
organizations who participate in FMH.
You can search by zip code, provider, or
organization for matches. FMH will
search by zip code by default.
If you do not wish to request any
connections, “Skip This Step” must be
clicked. You will be prompted to verify
that this is your chosen path and then will
be taken to the Home screen of FMH.
To request a connection, you click
the “Connect” button and the
organization populates the My
Organizations section.
Once all desired organizations are
added, you must click “Connect.”
You will then be taken to the
Home screen of FMH.
If you have chosen to request a connection to an organization, that organization will be notified of your desire
to receive your health information online. Response times to connection requests vary by organization and
some organizations may require more information before releasing your information.
Until your connection request is responded to, your FMH account will only contain the demographics
information you supplied upon creating your account.
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You Received an Invitation Email to View a Family Member’s Record
Upon clicking the invitation link contained in the Invitation email, you will be prompted with the appropriate
Invite Screens, examples shown below.
The Landing page is the first screen you will see. You
must choose the appropriate action.
Login: choose this option if you have an existing FMH
account with a healthcare organization.
Create an Account: choose this option if you do not
have an existing FMH account with any healthcare
organization. You will be walked through the Create an
Account scenario previously discussed before moving
on to the next step.
You will be prompted to log in with any of the
four authentication providers:
Facebook
Google
Yahoo
Microsoft Live ID
Choosing one of those four providers to log in
with simply authenticates you to FMH. In no
way is any information shared from FMH to
them or from them to FMH. FMH does not
store your login credentials and does not
have access to your password.
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Upon choosing the Login method and successfully logging in, you will be taken through the Proxy Invitation
process.
The Proxy Invite “Wizard” displays. The
bar across the middle top tells you what
step you are on in the acceptance
process.
You must click the “Next” button to
continue.
You must enter the invitation code you
received when you requested the proxy
access.
If you do not know the invite code,
contact the healthcare organization
who invited you.
You must accept the Release of Information
on behalf of the person.
This step is only presented to the first proxy
user for a person. All subsequent proxy
users will not be presented with this step.
To print the Terms of Service, the user must
click the “Print” link at the top right.
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You must accept the Authorized
Individual Acceptance. This document
details what is allowed for your Proxy
Access, as appropriate.
To print the Authorized Individual
Acceptance, you may click the “Print”
link.
You must accept the Authorized
Individual Authorization on behalf of the
person. This document details what
access was authorized, as appropriate.
To print the Authorized Individual
Acceptance, click the “Print” link.
You will only receive this step if the
person is not able to create their own
FMH account.
The last step is the uploading of the
person’s health record.
Once the upload is complete, you will be
taken in to the Home screen of Patient
Access.
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Home Screen
The Home screen is the landing page upon successful login. It is comprised of several actionable widgets.
Static Toolbar
The top level toolbar is accessible from any page within FMH.
Message
You can compose a secure FMH message to any connected provider who allows messaging. See the Inbox
section of this Guide for more information on secure messaging.
Request Appt
You can request an appointment (or directly schedule if so enabled) to any provider who allows online
appointment requests. See the Appointments section of this Guide for more information on appointment
requests.
Hello [user name]
Displays whose health information is being displayed. This is a dropdown that contains the proxy accounts, if
any are available.
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Action Center Module
The Action Center Module notifies you of items that require your attention.
Health Summary
The Health Summary contains basic information about
you, including age, gender, height, weight, BMI, blood
pressure, and your primary insurance.
Action Center
The Action Center displays items that require your
attention. It also notifies you of certain items, such as
validating a cell phone number or watching the
walkthrough video, which will enhance your experience
with FMH.
You can remove unwanted items from the Action Center
by clicking the delete “x” next to the item.
Clicking on an item in the Action Center will expand that selection to provide details. Clicking on an item in the
details will take you to that section of FMH.
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Recent Activity Module
Recent Activity details additions to your FMH account.
Each entry is a hyperlink and will take you to the appropriate
section of FMH.
You can remove any items from the Recent Activity Module
by clicking the delete “x” next to the item.
Appointments Module
The Appointments Module is an actionable module where you can manage your upcoming and past
appointments.
The search field allows you to search the current tab (upcoming, past, or
other) by organization name or provider name.
The Export button allows you to export the appointments in a .ics file to
import in to your calendar of choice.
Request a New Appointment
You can request a new appointment (or directly schedule an
appointment, if direct scheduling is enabled) by clicking the
“Request” button in the Appointments Module.
The pop-up contains four different sections:
п‚· Appointment With
п‚· Reason for Appointment
п‚· My Available Times
п‚· Comments
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Appointment With
In the Appointment With section, you specify what provider
you need an appointment with.
Choose the organization from the dropdown and then
choose the provider from the dropdown. Only providers
who allow online appointment requests will appear in the
dropdown.
There may or not be several options under the
Appointment Type dropdown.
Request an Appointment sends a secure message to the provider you specified asking for an appointment. An
appointment is not guaranteed or confirmed until you receive confirmation from the organization.
The other options in the Appointment Type dropdown, if available, will allow you directly book an appointment
yourself in to the provider’s schedule. This is covered in more detail below, in the Directly Schedule an
Appointment section of this Guide.
Reason for Appointment
Enter the reason you are requesting an appointment in the Reason
for Appointment box. This should be a short description of the issue
or reason. You are limited to 250 characters in this section.
My Available Times
Choose which days you are available for the
appointment by clicking the appropriate
checkboxes.
Then indicate what time during those days you are available by
using the dropdown choices.
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Clicking the “Add This Time Slot” button will populate the selection
in the field to the right.
You are able to add as many selections as you want. You may
also remove any selection by clicking the “x” delete button next
to each item.
Comments
Enter any comments that pertain to your
appointment request.
You are limited to 250 characters.
Once all of the necessary and appropriate information has been entered, click the “Submit” button.
You will receive a reminder that you merely requested an
appointment. An appointment is not confirmed until you receive
notice from the organization.
Directly Schedule an Appointment
By picking any other choice from the Appointment Type
dropdown other than Request an Appointment, you will be
directly scheduling an appointment in to the provider’s
schedule.
Not all organizations or providers within an organization
participate in direct scheduling. If other options besides
Request an Appointment are not available in the
Appointment Type dropdown, either that organization or
the provider within that organization does not participate.
If you use the direct scheduling options, your appointment
will be confirmed once you have finished the process.
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Provider Instructions
Provider Instructions gives guidance on what option to choose
from the Appointment Type dropdown.
These instructions will vary by organization.
If this is an emergency, do not use FMH to schedule an
appointment. Call 911 or proceed to the hospital.
View Appointments After
Pick the starting date you would like to view open
appointments for.
Depending on the organization, you may or may not be able to
choose the current date.
Click the Search button located under the Available
Appointments box to search available appointment times.
Available Appointments
The available appointments will display. If the available
appointments are for a different day than your chosen date, a
red flag will mark the appointment as such.
If you find an appointment slot you would like to schedule, click
that appointment.
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Reason for Appointment
Enter the reason you are requesting an
appointment in the Reason for Appointment box.
This should be a short description of the issue or
reason. You are limited to 250 characters in this
section.
Once all of the necessary and appropriate information has been entered, click the “Submit” button.
You will be presented with a disclaimer letting you know you will actually be booking the appointment slot.
Click “OK” and the appointment will be submitted to your provider. Once the appointment time is successfully
booked, you will receive notification.
It is possible another patient booked the appointment time during the time you were creating the
appointment. If that happens, you will be notified that the appointment time is no longer available and to
choose a new time.
Upcoming Appointments
You can see any upcoming appointments in the Upcoming tab of the
Appointments Module.
Your two next appointments are listed automatically. If you’re looking
for an appointment that is further out, you can click the “View More”
link.
To see more details about a particular appointment, click that
appointment and the Appointment Information pop-up will display.
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Appointment Information
The appointment information (date, time, location) displays at
the top of the workspace, along with a provider photo, if one is
available.
A map and written directions are available if the appointment
location is known. The directions are from your home address as
known by FMH to the appointment location. If you need to
change the start or end address for the map, enter the new
addresses in to the Start and End fields. Click “Get Directions” to
see the new map and directions.
You can choose to print the appointment information, along with
the map and/or directions by clicking the “Print” button.
Rescheduling an Appointment
To reschedule an appointment, click the “Reschedule
Appointment” tab within the Appointment Information pop-up.
The organization and provider will default automatically based on
the chosen appointment and cannot be altered.
The reschedule appointment workflow is identical to the request
appointment workflow.
This will send a secure message to your provider requesting to
reschedule the appointment. It may take a day for the
appointment to be removed from your Upcoming Appointment list.
While the organization is working on your request to reschedule your
appointment, a “Pending Reschedule” flag will display with that
appointment on your Upcoming Appointments.
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Cancelling an Appointment
To cancel an appointment, click the “Cancel Appointment” tab
within the Appointment Information pop-up.
You must enter a cancellation reason and then click the “Submit”
button.
This will send a secure message to your provider requesting to cancel
the appointment. It may take a day for the appointment to be
cancelled from your Upcoming Appointment list.
While the organization is working on your request to cancel your
appointment, a “Pending Cancellation” flag will display with
that appointment on your Upcoming Appointments.
Past Appointments
You can view any past appointments in the “Past” tab of the
Appointments Module.
Clicking on a past appointment opens the Appointment Information
workspace.
The past appointment information displays at the top
of the workspace, along with a provider photo, if one
is uploaded.
Any clinical details or documents associated with this
appointment will also display.
To print past appointment information, including
clinical details and/or documents, click the “Print”
button.
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Other Appointments
You can see other appointment types (usually cancelled or
appointments you didn’t show up for) in the “Other” tab of the
Appointments Module.
Billing Module
The Billing Module will only be available on the home screen if the
organization has Online Bill Pay enabled. The Amount Due is updated
with the first log in of the day.
In order to make a payment, click the “Make a Payment” button and you will be taken to the Billing
workspace. See the My Account -> Billing section of this Guide for more information on online Bill Pay.
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App Center Module
The App Center Module contains different applications that you can install in your FMH account.
You can browse and install/uninstall the available
apps by clicking the “Add Apps” button.
Rotate through the installed apps by clicking the
arrow button.
The number of installed apps and which app you are
currently on is displayed between the arrow buttons.
Two apps are automatically installed for you when
you create your account: the Health Journal and the
My Charts App.
Clicking the “Add Apps” button opens the App Store.
Available apps:
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My Charts
Withings Digital Scale
Blue Button
Telcare Glucose Monitor
Withings Blood Pressure Cuff
To install an app to the App Center Module, click the
“Install” button.
Health Journal
The Health Journal app is a place for you to keep notes
about your health.
Click the “New” button to create a new journal entry.
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Create a title for the journal entry.
Add notes to the journal entry. Upon completion, the
click the “Save” button.
You also have the ability to toggle through created
notes by using the Previous and Next buttons in
addition to deleting the journal entry or printing it.
You can see the journal entries on the main page of the
Health Journal app. If there are additional journal
entries that do not display on the Home screen, click the
“View More” button to see all journal entries.
My Charts
The “light bulb” is clickable and informs you that Journal
Entries are private but can be printed to share with your
healthcare provider.
The My Charts app automatically displays charts
for weight, blood pressure, and the top most
resulted item in your FMH account, as long as
each item has more than 3 data points. If any of
the automatically graphed items has less than 3
data points, the graph will not display.
Clicking on a graph will expand it within the App
Center Module.
You can print the chart or remove it.
You can also modify the date range of the graph
to focus on a specific period.
To shrink the graph in context, click the graph to
return to the thumbnail view of available graphs.
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Clicking the “Add a Chart” button opens a pop-up. You
can add any result type or vital that has more than 3 data
points.
You can also graph multiple items on a single chart by
choosing more than one option in this screen.
FMH will automatically name the chart based on the items
graphed, but you may rename the chart.
Click the “Add this Chart” button to add it to the My Charts
app.
Withings Digital Scale
The Withings Digital Scale allows you to take your weight and
have your weight update your FMH account automatically.
You must purchase a Withings Digital Scale and connect it to
your FMH account.
If you have already purchased a Withings Digital Scale, click the “Connect a Withings Body Scale” link.
If you would like to purchase a Withings Digital Scale, click the “Purchase a Withings Body Scale” link. This will
take you to amazon.com where you can purchase one.
Connect your Withings
account to your FMH account
by signing in using the
information you provided
when you connected your
Withings Digital Scale.
If you have not created your
Wtihings account, click the
“Create your account”
button.
NOTE: The “My Withings
account” page is a Withings
site and not a FMH page.
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Withings Blood Pressure Monitor
The Withings Blood Pressure Monitor allows you to take your
blood pressure and have your it update your FMH account
automatically.
You must purchase a Withings Blood Pressure Monitor and
connect it to your FMH account.
Connect your Withings account
to your FMH account by signing
in using the information you
provided when you connected
your Withings Blood Pressure
Monitor.
If you have not created your
Wtihings account, click the
“Create your account” button.
NOTE: The “My Withings
account” page is a Withings site
and not a FMH page.
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Blue Button
The Blue Button app is a government standard for sharing your
medical information. It allows you to download your medical
information into a file that is recognized by the majority of
systems your providers use. This allows you to easily update
your providers of any information you have in FMH.
To download your data in this standard format, click
“Download My Data.”
You must accept a disclaimer before proceeding. This
disclaimer states that you are responsible for sending your
medical information outside of FMH.
Click “Yes” to continue.
The “Download My Data” pop-up box appears. Step 1 is choosing the
file type you would like to download your information in.
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Plain Text File: This option will create a file of your entire FMH
record in a format that is easy to read.
FollowMyHealth XML File: Some healthcare organizations will
request your information in this file format.
CCD Document: Some healthcare organizations will request
your information in this file format.
Both the XML File and the CCD Document are not readable files when viewed.
Once the file type has been chosen, move on to Step 2, which is
clicking the “Download” button.
Step 2 may vary depending on what browser you are using (Internet
Explorer, Chrome, Firefox, Safari, etc.), but you will need to choose to
save the file using the “Save as…” command.
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My Account
My Account contains Connections, Billing, Preferences, Support, Help, and Log Out.
Connections
The Connections screen is comprised of two tabs: the Manage Connections tab and the Visualize Connections
tab.
Manage Connections
The Manage Connections tab is very similar to previous versions of FMH. The user can see which organizations
they are connected to and which organizations have pending connections.
Visualize Connections
The Visualize Connections screen demonstrates you are the center of your health. You can navigate through
your care system, as known by FMH, and visualize the all of the connections that comprise your Universal Health
Record.
Click any part of your connection and the graph will re-center upon that focal point.
At any time, you can click the “Re-Center Graph” button to return the visualization to you at the center.
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Billing
If you are connected to more than one
organization, use the dropdown menu to
change between organizations.
The Billing screen is broken up in to 3 sections:
п‚· Patient Responsibility
п‚· Pending with Insurance
п‚· Paid Invoices
Patient Responsibility
Patient Responsibility is what you
owe to the organization.
You can see the date of service,
invoice number, provider,
procedures, charges, and amount
due.
To see all procedures in an invoice, click the
Procedure column.
An icon next to the date indicates a budget billing item
Click the box in front of the invoices you would like to pay. The total is calculated in the “Pay Now” field. You
may choose to partial pay an invoice by typing an amount in the “Pay Now” field.
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When you are ready to pay, click the “Pay Now”
button. You will be taken to a new page that is
specific for the organization whose bill you are
paying.
NOTE: This screen may look very different
depending on the organization you are
connected to.
Fill out all required information. Once
completed, click “Process Transaction.”
If the transaction was successful, you will be presented with a receipt page you may print out to keep for your
records. A receipt of the billing transaction will also be sent to your Inbox in FMH.
Pending with Insurance
Pending with Insurance are items the organization has billed to your insurance. These are not your responsibility
for payment at this time.
To see all procedures in an invoice, click the Procedure column.
Paid Invoices
Paid Invoices will list all invoices with that organization that have a zero balance.
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Preferences
Preferences allows you to control many aspects of your FMH account.
Account Preferences
User Manual
Link that navigates you, in a new
window, to the FMH Patient Guide
provided by Jardogs.
Video Walkthrough
Link will launch a short overview
video of features and functionality.
Manage Account
Manage Account is where you control who has access to your FMH account and you can see other FMH
accounts you have access to. The patient is also able to permanently delete their FMH account.
Proxy access is authorizing someone else to have access to your FMH account.
To invite someone else to have access to your FMH account, click the “Invite a Proxy” button.
There are two options when inviting someone else to have
access to your FMH account:
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Read Only Proxy: the person receiving access to
your FMH account will only be able to view
information.
Full Access Proxy: the person receiving access to
your FMH account will be able to view your
information as well as enter new data, delete data,
or send secure messages to your providers on your
behalf.
For Read Only Proxy access, you must enter the email address, first and last name of person you are inviting,
their relationship to you and a security code. They will need this security code in order to accept your
invitation, so be sure to let them know the code.
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Click “Ok” when you have the information complete to send the proxy access invitation.
You will receive a confirmation that the invite was sent successfully.
For Full Access Proxy access, you must enter all of the same information required of Read Only access in
addition to a telephone number and address for the person you are inviting.
Click “Ok” when you have the information complete to send the proxy access invitation.
You will receive a confirmation that the invite was sent successfully.
Delete Account
You are able to permanently delete your FMH account. All of your information will be deleted and you will be
unable to recover any of the deleted information.
Login Preferences
You can add additional login methods or disconnect a login method from Login Preferences. You must have
one active connection at all times; you are unable to disconnect a login method if it is your only method
enabled.
To add an additional login method, click the “Connect” button next to the method you wish to enable. You
will be prompted to enter your existing login username and password for that method.
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Notification Preferences
Notification Preferences allows you to
configure how you would like to be alerted of
new updates to your FMH account.
The email address listed is where all
notifications go to. If you would like to change
which email address you would like these
notifications go to, change the email address
here.
To receive notifications by text message, enter
your cell phone number and choose who
provides your cell phone service from the
dropdown.
Click the “Validate Cell Phone” button.
You will receive a warning notice that standard rates from your cell
phone provider will apply for the validation text message and any text
messages you receive from FMH.
Click “Ok” to continue. If you click “Cancel,” you will not be able to
receive notifications via text messages.
You will receive a text message with a 4-digit code.
Enter this code in the field provided and then click the
“Validate Code” button.
You will receive a confirmation that your validation
code was accepted.
Choose which items you would like to receive email and/or text message notifications for by clicking the box in
front of each choice.
Appointment Reminders: the organization you are connected to may
send out appointment reminders. Receive an email to your external
email address or a text message notifying you when an appointment
reminder has been added to your FMH Inbox.
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Appointment Updates: the organization you are connected to may send
out appointment updates. Receive an email to your external email
address or a text message notifying you when an appointment update
has been added to your FMH Inbox.
Updates to Health Record: the organization you are connected to may
send out health record updates when a new item is added to your My
Health section of FMH. Receive an email to your external email address
or a text message notifying you when health record update has been
added to your My Health section of FMH.
Notice of Communication From Provider: Receive an email to
your external email address or a text message notifying you
when a secure message from your provider or provider’s office
has been added to your FMH Inbox.
Organization Bulletins: the organization you are connected to may send out
general news bulletins, for example sharing holiday hours or notifying you of a
Flu Shot Clinic. Receive an email to your external email address or a text
message notifying you when a bulletin has been added to your FMH Inbox.
If you choose to receive any notifications via text message, you will be
presented with the Release of Information Disclaimer that you must
accept.
If you agree to receive some personal information via text message,
click “Yes.” If you do not want to receive any personal information via
text message, click “No.”
If you click “No” you will not receive updates via text message.
Click the “Save Changes” button to save any notification preferences changes you made.
Restore Deleted Items
You have the ability to delete
items and providers from your
FMH record. Deleted items
can be restored to your FMH
account by clicking the
“Restore” button on the
desired item.
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Support
The Support option gives you information on who to contact in the event you need additional assistance.
The contacts listed here are for technical support only.
You should not use any email address listed here to
send any medical information. Normal email is not
guaranteed to be secure or private.
You also have access to several links from the Support
page:
п‚· Knowledge Base (Frequently Asked Questions):
see the Help section below for more information.
п‚· Product Feedback and Suggestions: we
welcome your input to make FMH better!
п‚· FollowMyHealth Video Walkthrough: a short 3minute video that highlights FMH features.
п‚· User Manual: a link to the Patient Guide.
Help
The Help option will navigate you to Jardogs’ Knowledge Base.
The Knowledge Base has solutions to common issues
experienced within FMH. Click on any of the items to
view the Knowledge Base article about that particular
issue.
We monitor our users use of the Knowledge Base and
topics that are frequently visited will be assessed by
our team to see how we can improve FMH and make
it an easier experience for you!
We value your feedback! Please use the “Give feedback” link to leave us ideas and
suggestions for improvements.
Log Out
Use the Log Out option to completely log out of FMH. To enter back in to your FMH account you will have to
log in with your username and password again.
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Inbox
The Inbox contains all of the secure
messages with your organization(s).
The Inbox tab will display the number of
new messages in the Inbox.
By default, the inbox contains an Inbox
folder, Sent folder, and Trash folder. You
are able to add folders, sub-folders, or
sub-sub-folders. You can also edit any
existing folders.
To send a new secure message, click
the “Compose” button.
You will be presented with the Emergency
Message Disclaimer. You have the ability to
click the “Do not show this message again”
checkbox which will prevent the disclaimer
from displaying every time the Compose
button is clicked.
Click on the Inbox to open the Inbox. The Inbox messages are listed to the left and the selected inbox message
is displayed on the right.
You have multiple options within each
secure message:
Compose new message.
Reply to current message; only
available if your provider allows.
Forward the current message to another FMH provider who allows online messaging.
Delete the current message.
Move the current message to a new folder within the Inbox.
Print the current message.
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You can also double click on any message and that message will open in a new window.
All of the same options will exist in the new window also.
To reply to a secure message you have received, click the “Reply” button.
Enter your comments in the “Body” section of the pop-up.
If you need to see the previous messages in this
exchange, click the “Show Message History” link.
The message history will display. To hide the history, click
the “Hide Message History” link.
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My Health
You can get to any of the pages within My Health by
clicking on the main My Health tab and then navigating to
the desired tab. You may also choose the desired section
directly from the main My Health tab by using the
dropdown arrow selector.
Summary
The Summary screen is a snap shot of your active medical information at this moment in time. You can choose
to print this Summary out and keep on you in the case of an emergency; or take it with you for an appointment
with a new physician or Emergency Room visit.
The Summary Screen is divided in to
separate categories:
Demographics displays your picture
and your name, date of birth, and
address that FMH is aware of in the My
Info section.
You are able to change your picture by
clicking on the “New Photo” button.
My Care Team allows you to list who
your primary providers are.
Diagnoses displays all active conditions
from the Conditions tab of My Health.
Surgical History displays all active
Surgical History conditions from the
Conditions tab of My Health.
Allergies displays all active Allergies
from the Allergies tab of My Health.
Medications displays all active Medications from the Medications tab of My Health.
Recent Vitals displays the most current value, if any, of height, weight, and BMI.
By clicking the “Print,” “Fax” or “Email” button, you are
able to print, fax or email the Summary information.
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My Care Team
You can create a list of doctors and nurses you interact with
the most.
Click the light bulb to learn more about this section.
Click the “Add” button to add a new person to this list.
Enter the person’s name in the Provider field.
You can add a title or a short note for that person in the Tag
field.
Enter contact information, if you have any. This can be a
phone number, email address, a website or any other piece
of information you have.
Once complete, click “Save” to save the entry.
To edit information on an existing person on your list, click the Details button.
To delete an existing person on your list, click the Delete button.
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Conditions
The Conditions page lists all of your known problems or diagnoses and includes Active Conditions, Past Medical
History, Surgical History, Family Health Considerations, and Personal Health Considerations.
The number of new items contained
within the Conditions tab will display in
parentheses on the tab. New items will
also display with a checkmark icon in
the list.
All conditions display in an accordion
grid. All categories can be expanded
or collapsed at once by clicking the
“Expand All” button. Each category
can be opened or collapsed by the
arrows in the header.
The user may also Email, Print or Fax the
Conditions list.
To add an item to any of the conditions categories, click the “Add Condition” button.
The newly entered information will display in
the correct category and the Source will
be “Patient Entered.”
Adding Active Conditions
Choose “Health Condition” from the Type dropdown.
Type the item you want to add in the Name field. Choose the item from
the dropdown.
Choose the appropriate Status; use Active for an ongoing problem,
Resolved for a problem you had but is now better, and Denied for any
problems you want your provider to know you don’t have. (If you choose
resolve, the item will appear in the Past Medical History section)
If it’s a problem that is resolved, you can enter a resolved date in the
Resolved field.
Enter any Comments you feel are important.
Once complete, click “Save” to enter the information in the correct
section.
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Adding Surgical History Conditions
Choose “Surgical History” from the Type dropdown.
Type the item you want to add in the Name field. Choose the item from
the dropdown.
Choose the appropriate Status; use Resolved for a surgery you have had
and Denied for any surgeries you want your provider to know you didn’t
have.
If it’s a surgery that you have had, you can enter the date in the
Procedure Date field.
You can enter the Provider who performed your surgery in the Provider
field.
Enter any Comments you feel are important.
Once complete, click “Save” to enter the information in the correct
section.
Adding Family Health Conditions
Choose “Family Health Condition” from the Type dropdown.
As a general rule, healthcare providers are only interested in family health
conditions for blood relatives.
Type the item you want to add in the Name field. Choose the item from
the dropdown.
Choose the appropriate Status; use Active for an item that is currently a
problem for someone in your family, Resolved for a problem a family
member had but is now better, and Denied for any problems you want
your provider to know your family doesn’t have a history of.
You can enter who in your family has the condition by entering their
relationship to you in the Relationship field.
Enter any Comments you feel are important.
Once complete, click “Save” to enter the information in the correct
section.
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Adding Personal Health Conditions
Choose “Personal Health Condition” from the Type dropdown.
Personal health conditions usually involve your smoking status, exercise
habits, drug use, or living habits.
Type the item you want to add in the Name field. Choose the item from
the dropdown.
Choose the appropriate Status; use Active for a problem that is currently
true for your situation, Resolved for a problem that used to be true but is
no longer, and Denied for any problems you want your provider to know
are not true for you.
Enter any Comments you feel are important.
Once complete, click “Save” to enter the information in the correct
section.
Medications
The Medications page lists all of your medications and can include Active Medications, Discontinued
Medications (medicines your doctor stopped), and Completed Medications (medicines you finished the whole
prescription for, like antibiotics).
The number of new items contained
within the Medications tab will display in
a parentheses on the tab. New items
will also display with an icon in the list.
All medications display in an accordion
grid. All categories can be expanded
or collapsed at once by clicking the
“Collapse All” button. Each category
can be opened or collapsed by the
arrows in the header.
You may also Email, Print or Fax the
Medications list.
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Adding or Editing your Pharmacy
You can edit your Preferred Pharmacy from the Medication page by clicking the
“Edit” button. The Preferred Pharmacy can also be edited on the My Info page.
The Pharmacy Search pop-up will default your home zip
code in the Zip Code search field. You may change this
value.
FMH will search for area pharmacies based on your zip
code. Use the Distance in Miles dropdown to widen or
narrow your search. You can search in 5, 10, 25, 50, or 100
mile increments.
To further narrow your search results, enter the pharmacy’s
name in the Pharmacy Name field. You do not have to
enter the entire name in order for the search to work.
When you have located the correct pharmacy, click on it
and then click the “Connect” button.
Adding a Medication
To add an item to the Medications page, click the “Add Medication” button.
Type the medication you want to add in the Name field. Choose the
correct medication from the dropdown.
Use the Directions field to enter how you take your medication. For
example, 1 tablet daily or 1 capsule 3 times a day.
Choose the appropriate Status; use Active for a medication you are
currently taking, Complete for a medication you finished, Discontinued
for a medication your provider stopped, and Unknown for any
medication that doesn’t fit in the other categories.
You can enter the Provider who prescribed the medication in the
Provider field.
Enter any Comments you feel are important.
Once complete, click “Save” to enter the information in the correct
section.
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Requesting a Medication Renewal
You can request a prescription renewal for a medication if the provider who prescribed that medication allows
for online requests. If you use the online request, there is no need for you to call the office to request the
renewal. If you just need a refill of your prescription from the pharmacy, continue to notify the pharmacy.
Online renewal requests are only to be used when you are out of refills.
The prescription bottle will be in color if you are able to request a renewal online. Click the bottle.
The “Renew Prescription” pop-up appears.
Choose the correct provider from the Provider dropdown that
you want to request the prescription from. You can only request
a renewal from a provider who has prescribed this medicine for
you in the past. We automatically default the last provider who
wrote the prescription for you.
You are unable to change the medication in the Prescription
dropdown. The Medication Info defaults also.
The Pharmacy Location that you would like this prescription sent
to is defaulted to your preferred pharmacy, but you’re able to
change it for just this prescription request by clicking the
“Change” link.
Enter any comments you would like your provider to know about the request in the Comments box. Click the
“Send” button when your request is complete. Your provider will receive your request electronically.
To view any additional details available about a medication, click the Details button.
If you are no longer on a particular medication, click the Delete button to remove it from your list.
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Allergies
The Allergies page lists all of your allergies and can include Active, Resolved, Denied, or Inactive. Active
allergies are allergies you currently have. Resolved are allergies you used to have but no longer have. Denied
allergies are allergies to important things that you do not have, but medically it’s important to know (for
example, it’s important to know someone is not allergic to Penicillin). Inactive allergies are allergies that you
may still have, but they are not currently an issue for you.
The number of new items contained
within the Allergies tab will display in
parentheses on the tab. New items will
also display with an icon in the list.
You may also Email, Print or Fax the
Allergies list.
All allergies display in an accordion grid. All categories can be expanded or collapsed at once by clicking the
“Collapse All” button. Each category can be opened or collapsed by the arrows in the header.
To view any additional details available about an allergy, click the Details button.
If you don’t believe an allergy is correct, click the Delete button to remove it from your list.
Adding an Allergy
To add an item to the Allergies page, must click the “Add Allergy” button.
Choose what type of allergy from the Allergy Type dropdown. Choose
Medication for allergies to a medicine, Environmental for allergies to things
around you (pets, trees, etc.), Food for allergies to specific food types, or
Unknown if you are unsure of the type.
Type the allergy you want to add in the Name field. Choose the item from the
dropdown.
Choose the appropriate Status; use Active for a current allergy, Resolved for an
allergy you had but is now better, Denied for any allergy you want your provider
to know you don’t have, and Inactive for an allergy you still have but is not an
issue for you at this time.
If you know the date you first became aware of the allergy, you can enter a
date in the Onset field.
To enter what kind of reaction you have when exposed to the item, type in the
reaction (for example, rash or nausea) and then click the Plus button.
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Enter any Comments you feel are important.
Once complete, click “Save” to enter the information in the correct section.
Immunizations
The Immunizations page lists all of your immunizations and can include Active Immunizations, On Hold
Immunizations (immunizations you need but were unable to be given due to illness or a conflicted medication
you are on), and Declined Immunizations (immunizations you were offered but declined to accept).
The number of new items contained within
the Immunizations tab will display in
parentheses on the tab. New items will
also display with an icon in the list.
You may also Email, Print or Fax the
Immunizations list.
All immunizations display in an accordion grid. All categories can be expanded or collapsed at once by
clicking the “Collapse All” button. Each category can be opened or collapsed by the arrows in the header.
To view any additional details available about an immunization, click the Details button.
If you don’t believe you received a particular immunization, click the Delete button to remove it from
your list.
Adding an Immunization
To add an item to the Immunization page, click the “Add Immunization” button.
Type the immunization you want to add in the Name field. Choose the correct
immunization from the dropdown.
If you know the date you received the immunization, enter it in the
Administered Date field.
If it’s an immunization that is a series of 2 or 3 shots, you can enter which
number it is in the Series field.
Choose the appropriate Status; use Active for an immunization you received,
On Hold for an immunization you will receive but cannot at this point in time,
and Declined for an immunization you were offered but refused.
You can enter the Provider who gave the immunization in the Provider field.
Enter any Comments you feel are important.
Once complete, click “Save” to enter the information in the correct section.
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Results
The Results page will show lab results, radiology results, or any other results if your provider who ordered those
tests allows you online access to them.
The number of new items contained
within the Results tab will display in
parentheses on the tab. New items will
also display with an icon in the list.
You may also Email, Print or Fax Results.
For any result that has more than 3
data points, you can graph the result
by clicking the Chart button.
The chart will display in a pop up box. You can choose to print the
graph or pin the chart to the My Charts app on the Home screen.
Hovering your mouse over a data point will display the result of that
point.
All results display in an accordion grid. All categories can be expanded or collapsed at once by clicking the
“Collapse All” button. Each category can be opened or collapsed by the arrows in the header.
If you don’t believe a particular result is correct, click the Delete button to remove it from your list.
Results that are a number will display a visual representation of where it falls in the low, normal, or high range.
The visual representation will only display if your provider sent that information with the result.
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Results that are not a number (radiology results, pathology results, etc.) will not display a range, as one does not
exist.
These text-based results must be opened to be viewed. Click the Details button to open the result.
The result pop up window will display all of the information available
for the result.
You may print this result by clicking the “Print” icon.
Adding a Result
To add an item to the Results page, click the “Add Result” button.
Type the result you want to add in the Name field. Choose the correct result
from the dropdown.
If you know the date of the result, enter it in the Result Date field.
Enter the actual result in the Value field.
If you know the units of the result (for example, mmHg for blood pressure),
enter it in the Units field.
You can enter the Provider who ordered the test in the Provider field.
Enter any Comments you feel are important.
Once complete, click “Save” to enter the information in the correct section.
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Vitals
The Vitals page will show your Vitals results if your provider allows you online access to them.
The number of new items contained within
the Vitals tab will display in parentheses on
the tab. New items will also display with an
icon in the list.
All Vitals display in an accordion grid. All
categories can be expanded or collapsed
at once by clicking the “Collapse All”
button. Each category can be opened or
collapsed by the arrows in the header.
You may also Email, Print or Fax Vitals.
For any vital that has more than 3 data points, you
can graph that vital by clicking the chart button.
The chart will display in a pop up box. You can
choose to print the vital or pin the chart to the My
Charts app on the Home screen.
Hovering over a data point will display the result of
that point.
Adding a Vital
To add an item to the Vitals page, click the “Add Vital” button.
Choose the type of vital you want to enter from the Type dropdown.
FMH lets you enter Blood Pressure, Head Circumference (for babies),
Heart Rate, Height, Respiration Rate (how many times you breathe in a
minute), Temperature, Weight, and Oxygen Saturation.
Enter the vitals Date Taken and enter the vital reading in the Value field.
Enter any Comments you feel are important.
Once complete, click “Save” to enter the information in the correct
section.
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Documents
The number of new items contained
within the Documents tab will display in
parentheses on the tab. New items will
also display with an icon in the list.
You may also Email or Print
Documents.
To view any additional details available about a documenet, click the Details button.
If you do not want a document, click the Delete button to remove it from your list.
Clicking the “Details” button of a
document will open that document in
a pop up window.
You are able to Print or Fax that
document from the pop up window.
You can add your own documents to FMH by clicking the “Add Document” button.
Enter a name for the document in the Document Name field.
Enter the date the document was created in the Date field.
If the document came from a doctor and you know who, enter their name in the
Provider field.
Click the Choose File button to find the document on your computer and upload
it to FMH.
Click the Save button to move the document to your FMH account.
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Search
The Search screen allows you to search your FMH account across all My Health fields.
Start typing what you are looking for in to
the search field.
As you type, results will start populating the
Results field.
The matching criteria is highlighted.
To view a returned item, click the Description name. The item will open in a pop-up window.
Chart View
The Chart view allows you to search for a particular item by date or provider.
Choose how you want to view the data by
using the Sort by dropdown. You can view
by Date or by Provider.
When you find the correct item, click on it
to display that item in the pane to the right.
You can Email or Print the selected item.
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My Info
My Info contains the Demographics and Providers pages. You navigate to the desired tab directly from the
main My Info tab by using the dropdown selector.
Demographics
The Demographics page is separated in to four categories: General, Emergency Contact, Responsible Party,
and Insurance.
You can make changes on any of the four
pages and use the “Save” button to save
the changes.
When you click “Save,” you will be prompted to send the
changes you made to your healthcare organization.
Click “Yes” to send the changes.
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General Demographics
General Demographics are basic information about you.
Basic Information includes sections on your Name/Date of Birth,
Contact Information, and Address.
Some of this information may already be filled out for you
based on what your healthcare organization already knows
about you.
You can make corrections or enter information for any fields
that do not have answers.
Social Information seeks to collect information the federal
government mandates your organization collect about you.
There is a “Declined to Answer” choice for each category if you
do not wish to answer any of them.
Your Preferred Pharmacy is where your prescription requests will
default to. You are able to change it at the time of the request.
See the section on My Health -> Medications -> Adding or Editing
your Pharmacy for more details on how to change your
pharmacy.
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Emergency Contact
Emergency Contact lists who you would like to be notified in case of an emergency.
Emergency Contact contains sections for their
Name, Contact Information, and Address.
Some of this information may already be filled out
for you based on what your healthcare organization
already knows about you.
You can make corrections or enter information for
any fields that do not have answers.
Responsible Party
Responsible Party, sometimes also called Guarantor, contains
sections for their Name, Contact Information, and Address.
The Responsible Party is the person who is responsible for any
bills incurred at the organization.
Some of this information may already be filled out for you
based on what your healthcare organization already knows
about you.
You can make corrections or enter information for any fields
that do not have answers.
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Insurance
The Insurance page will hold up to three insurances.
For each insurance, there are two
categories: Basic Policy Information and
Policy Holder Information.
Basic Policy Information is about the
insurance company itself while Policy
Holder Information concerns the person
who has the insurance.
Some of this information may already be
filled out for you based on what your
healthcare organization already knows
about you.
You can make corrections or enter
information for any fields that do not have
answers.
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Providers
Providers contains two sections: My Providers and Additional Providers.
My Providers
My Providers displays the providers associated
with you.
You will be able to see a picture of your
provider along with some brief facts.
If connected to more than one organization,
you can use the organization filter dropdown
to sort the providers. In the instance that you
are connected to more than one organization,
the default will be to view all providers.
To interact with a provider, click the “What do you want to do?” dropdown to see the options available for the
chosen provider.
From the “What do you want to do?” dropdown, you have the potential following options:
Each Provider has the opportunity to participate or not participate in
online communications. The options your provider has chosen to
participate in will be listed in their “What do you want to do?” dropdown.
You also have the ability to send their profile, exactly as you see it in FMH,
to a friend or family member. Click the “Send Profile to a Friend.”
Upon clicking “Send Profile to a Friend,” a pop-up box displays. Enter
the email address of the person you want to send it to. You can also
enter a message to be delivered with the profile in the Body section
of the pop-up.
Click the “Send” button to send it to the email recipient.
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Additional Providers
Additional Providers are providers you have not seen before but they are accepting new patient requests
online.
You still have the ability to filter Additional
Providers by their organization if you’re
connected to more than one organization, by
using the dropdown. If you are connected to
more than one organization, we will default
this page to show Additional Providers from all
organizations.
The only option that will ever be available from this screen is the “Schedule an Appointment” link.
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