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MyChart Features

There are many features of MyChartPortal.com that are helpful to patients. It's secure, convenient and efficient!

To request access for your own MyChart account, click here.


You can:
  • View your current health records
  • Schedule an appointment or view the details of upcoming appointments
  • Review lab results
  • Communicate with your provider via secure messaging for prescription refills and medical advice for non-urgent questions or concerns.
  • View your account information or pay your bill via credit card.



Guidelines For Patients Using Secure Messaging with Health Providers Through MyChart


  • NEVER USE SECURE MESSAGING FOR URGENT MATTERS.
  • Please reserve secure messaging for specific concerns. Providers may choose to discontinue communicating with a patient who takes up too much of their time without addressing a specific health concern.
  • If your provider provides you with specific guidelines, please abide by them. Unless you are paying for the providerís advice understand that the communication is a privilege granted to assist you in addressing your healthcare concerns.
  • Remember that all communication with your provider become part of your permanent medical record.



The American Medical Associationís Ethics Committee has recommended the following guidelines for patients:


  • Be concise Ė state your problem or question clearly with specific information such as date and time of occurrence, etc.
  • Include your full name in the message.
  • Keep copies of the e-mail you receive from your providers. In most cases, your provider will save both sent and received e-mail in your patient record.
  • Be aware that your message may be received by a nurse or other staff who work with your provider. At times, your provider may consult with other providers regarding your inquiry.
  • If your provider recommends that you come in for an office visit, please be considerate that they may not be able to diagnose a condition or prescribe medications without actually having examined you.



The following are special considerations for patients using MyChart to access their personal electronic medical record.


  • When using a patient portal such as MyChart, messages are automatically made part of your electronic medical record. Do not send inquiries regarding family members or friends.
  • If you find that some of the information in your medical record is inaccurate, please discuss your concerns with your provider.
MyPrevea Features

There are many features of MyPrevea.com that are helpful to patients. It's secure, convenient and efficient!

To request access for your own MyPrevea account, click here.


You can:
  • View your current health records
  • Schedule an appointment or view the details of upcoming appointments
  • Review lab results
  • Communicate with your provider via secure messaging for prescription refills and medical advice for non-urgent questions or concerns.
  • View your account information or pay your bill via credit card.



Guidelines For Patients Using Secure Messaging with Prevea Health Providers Through MyPrevea


  • NEVER USE SECURE MESSAGING FOR URGENT MATTERS.
  • Please reserve secure messaging for specific concerns. Providers may choose to discontinue communicating with a patient who takes up too much of their time without addressing a specific health concern.
  • If your provider provides you with specific guidelines, please abide by them. Unless you are paying for the providerís advice understand that the communication is a privilege granted to assist you in addressing your healthcare concerns.
  • Remember that all communication with your provider become part of your permanent medical record.



The American Medical Associationís Ethics Committee has recommended the following guidelines for patients:


  • Be concise Ė state your problem or question clearly with specific information such as date and time of occurrence, etc.
  • Include your full name in the message.
  • Keep copies of the e-mail you receive from your providers. In most cases, your provider will save both sent and received e-mail in your patient record.
  • Be aware that your message may be received by a nurse or other staff who work with your provider. At times, your provider may consult with other providers regarding your inquiry.
  • If your provider recommends that you come in for an office visit, please be considerate that they may not be able to diagnose a condition or prescribe medications without actually having examined you.



The following are special considerations for patients using MyPrevea to access their personal electronic medical record.


  • When using a patient portal such as MyPrevea, messages are automatically made part of your electronic medical record. Do not send inquiries regarding family members or friends.
  • If you find that some of the information in your medical record is inaccurate, please discuss your concerns with your provider.
MyChart Features

There are many features of MyChart.com that are helpful to patients. It's secure, convenient and efficient!

To request access for your own MyChart account, click here.


You can:
  • View your current health records
  • Schedule an appointment or view the details of upcoming appointments
  • Review lab results
  • Communicate with your provider via secure messaging for prescription refills and medical advice for non-urgent questions or concerns.
  • View your account information or pay your bill via credit card.



Guidelines For Patients Using Secure Messaging with Rusk County Memorial Health Providers Through MyChart


  • NEVER USE SECURE MESSAGING FOR URGENT MATTERS.
  • Please reserve secure messaging for specific concerns. Providers may choose to discontinue communicating with a patient who takes up too much of their time without addressing a specific health concern.
  • If your provider provides you with specific guidelines, please abide by them. Unless you are paying for the providerís advice understand that the communication is a privilege granted to assist you in addressing your healthcare concerns.
  • Remember that all communication with your provider become part of your permanent medical record.



The American Medical Associationís Ethics Committee has recommended the following guidelines for patients:


  • Be concise Ė state your problem or question clearly with specific information such as date and time of occurrence, etc.
  • Include your full name in the message.
  • Keep copies of the e-mail you receive from your providers. In most cases, your provider will save both sent and received e-mail in your patient record.
  • Be aware that your message may be received by a nurse or other staff who work with your provider. At times, your provider may consult with other providers regarding your inquiry.
  • If your provider recommends that you come in for an office visit, please be considerate that they may not be able to diagnose a condition or prescribe medications without actually having examined you.



The following are special considerations for patients using MyChart to access their personal electronic medical record.


  • When using a patient portal such as MyChart, messages are automatically made part of your electronic medical record. Do not send inquiries regarding family members or friends.
  • If you find that some of the information in your medical record is inaccurate, please contact our Health Information Management office at 715-532-5561, ext. 1251.