Mychart Utsouthwestern (10 FAQs)
If you’re a patient of UT Southwestern, MyChart is a great way to manage your health information and communicate with your care team. Here are 10 frequently asked questions about MyChart.
How do I access myChart at UT Southwestern
UT Southwestern’s myChart gives patients direct access to their medical records, appointment information, and prescription history. It also allows patients to communicate directly with their care team. To access myChart, simply go to the UT Southwestern website and click on the “myChart” link. You will be prompted to create an account and then login with your username and password.
What is myChart
MyChart is an online tool that gives patients 24/7 access to their medical records, allowing them to view test results, schedule appointments, and message their care team from the comfort of their own homes. MyChart also makes it easy to refill prescriptions and view upcoming immunizations.
Patients who use MyChart report higher satisfaction levels with their care, and feel more in control of their health. MyChart is a free service, and is available to all patients of Epic-affiliated practices.
How do I use myChart
If you have a myChart account, you can use it to view your personal health information, message your doctor, and more. To get started, simply log in to your account. Once you’re logged in, you’ll be able to view your health information, message your doctor, and more.
What are the benefits of using myChart
There are many benefits of using myChart. myChart is an online tool that allows you to manage your health care and communicate with your health care team. With myChart, you can:
-Access your medical records
-Request prescription renewals
-Message your care team
-View test results
-Pay your bills
myChart makes it easy to manage your health care and stay connected with your care team.
Is myChart secure
Yes, myChart is a secure way to access your health information. The myChart website is encrypted, so your information is safe. Only you and your healthcare providers can access your information.
How do I update myChart information
If you need to update yourChart information, there are a few different ways that you can do so. One way is to log in to the myChart website and click on the “Update MyChart Information” link. This will allow you to change your personal information, including your address, phone number, and email address.
Another way to update yourChart information is to contact the myChart customer service line at 1-888-MYCHART. They can help you update your personal information, as well as any other changes you may need to make to your account.
Finally, if you have any questions about updating yourChart information or any other myChart features, you can always contact the myChart support team by clicking on the “Contact Us” link at the bottom of the myChart website.
What if I forget myChart login information
What if I forget myChart login information?
There’s no need to worry! If you forget your myChart login information, you can easily reset it. Simply go to the myChart website and click on the “Forgot Username or Password?” link. Then, enter your email address and follow the instructions. You’ll be able to log in and access your account in no time!
How do I contact UT Southwestern about myChart
If you have any questions about myChart, please contact UT Southwestern Medical Center’s myChart help desk. The help desk is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. You can reach the help desk by calling 1-888-881-8262 or by sending an email to [email protected]
Can I use myChart on my mobile device
Yes, you can use myChart on your mobile device! myChart is a free app that gives you access to your health information from your electronic medical record. You can use it to view your lab results, appointments, medications, and more. myChart is available for iPhone and Android devices.
What are the system requirements for using myChart
The system requirements for using myChart are as follows:
-A computer with internet access
-A myChart account
-A valid email address