healthlinc patient portal

by Mr. Donny Tillman 5 min read

How to access patient portal?

Access Patient Portal. Click Settings > Patient Portal . The Patient Portal Dashboard page launches in a web browser. An alternate way to access the Patient Portal is to: Open a web browser and type in the address bar. Click For Doctors on the bottom. The Patient Portal landing page opens. Click Sign in on the upper right.

What can I do on the patient portal?

With a patient portal, you can:

  • Make appointments (non-urgent)
  • Request referrals
  • Refill prescriptions
  • Check benefits
  • Update insurance or contact information
  • Make payments to your provider's office
  • Complete forms
  • Ask questions through secure e-mail

How to log into online patient portal?

  • Online Patient Portal: NextMD/NextGEN
  • Access the Online Patient Portal:
  • Need to enroll for the first time? Download enrollment instructions

Do you have a patient portal?

Yes we have a patient portal. You can schedule appointments, access lab results, request refills, view medical records, and send messages directly to your provider. You can learn more here.

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Why do we need to disclose health information?

To Avert a Serious Threat to Health or Safety. We may use and disclose health information about you when necessary to prevent a serious threat to your health and safety or the health and safety of the public or another person. For example, we may notify emergency response personnel about a possible exposure to Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) and/or the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV). Any such disclosure, however, would only be to the extent required or permitted by federal, state or local laws and regulations.

What information do we disclose to disaster relief?

We may disclose information about you to an entity assisting in disaster relief so that your family can be notified about your condition, status and location.

How do we use health information?

For Treatment. We may use health information about you to provide you with medical treatment or services. We may disclose health information about you to doctors, nurses, technicians, students, or other Center personnel who are involved in taking care of you at the Center. For example, a doctor treating you for a broken leg may need to know if you have diabetes because diabetes may slow the healing process. Additionally, the doctor may need to tell the social worker if you have diabetes so we can arrange for appropriate follow up. Different areas of the Center also may share health information about you in order to coordinate the different care you need, such as medications, lab work and x-rays. We also may disclose health information about you to people outside the Center who may be involved in your healthcare after you leave the Center, such as nurses, social workers, family members, or clergy. We may also use and disclose health information to tell you about or recommend possible treatment options or alternatives that may be of interest to you.

How to keep appointments at the office?

To keep your appointments and, if unable to do so, to notify the office as soon as possible, so that your appointment time can be given to another patient. To pay all applicable co-payments at the time of service. To express your opinions, concerns or complaints in a constructive manner to the appropriate people.

What is the right of a patient?

As a Patient, You Have the Right: To be treated with dignity and respect. To be provided assistance in a prompt, courteous and responsible manner. To complete privacy and confidentiality. To information regarding your diagnosis, evaluation, treatments and prospects for recovery in terms you can understand.

What happens to your medical records when you sell a medical center?

In the event that the Center is sold or merged with another organization, your health information/medical record will become the property of the new owner, although you will maintain the right to request that copies of your health information be transferred to another Center, medical group, physician or other healthcare provider.

What is a surrogate decision maker?

To designate a surrogate decision maker, such as your guardian, next of kin, or legally authorized responsible person. To care which takes into consideration your psychosocial, spiritual, and cultural values. To appropriate assessment and management of pain. To access to emergency healthcare services.