patient portal vcu health

by Suzanne Price 9 min read
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What are the benefits of 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 much does VCU Health System pay?

The average VCU Health hourly pay ranges from approximately $15 per hour for a Student Worker to $40 per hour for a RN. VCU Health employees rate the overall compensation and benefits package 3.5/5 stars.

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.

What is a patient portal in healthcare?

Patient portal applications have become an integral part of the digital transformation of healthcare in America, and certain features, like scheduling and bill payment, are a must-have. February 14, 2022 - With the advent of online retail and e-banking ...

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Does VCU have a patient portal?

One Patient Portal Across All VCU Health Facilities With easier access to personal health information across all VCU Health facilities, we have a new patient portal tool – with more of the capabilities that patients need.

How do I get my medical records from VCU?

The VCU Health Department of Health Information Management can provide you with copies of your medical records related to care at a specific facility. To request a copy of your medical record(s), please contact our Health Information Management Department at (804) 828-4423.

What EHR does VCU use?

EpicRICHMOND, Va. (Dec. 1, 2021) — Beginning Saturday, Dec. 4, 2021, VCU Health will go live with Epic, a modern electronic health record (EHR) widely used by academic health systems, hospitals and large medical practices nationwide.

Is VCU Health a nonprofit?

Welcome to VCU Health Community Memorial Hospital (VCU Health CMH) a community owned nonprofit hospital that is dedicated to being the leader in health services for the south-central region of Virginia and portions of northern North Carolina.

What does VCU president make?

Rao's VCU salary is the highest among all employees of the State of Virginia, at $1,020,828 for the 2018-2019 fiscal year, a 109% increase from his 2009 annual salary of $488,500.

What is VCU Health known for?

VCU Medical Center ranks as the No. 2 hospital in Virginia and among the top 50 in the country for cardiology, heart surgery and urology. VCU Medical Center ranked No. 44 for cardiology and heart surgery and tied at No.

Is VCU a trauma center?

We are the only comprehensive Level I trauma center in the region verified in adult, pediatric, and burn trauma care. Our state-of-the-art facilities and experienced, compassionate staff mean we are equipped to handle the most complex traumatic injuries.

VCU Health Patient Portal Now Powered by MyChart

With expanded digital capabilities by MyChart, our powerful patient portal tool will track your personal health information, more efficiently than ever.

Safe and Secure Personal Health Information at Your Fingertips

Completely secure to protect your privacy, our patients have quick and easy access to everything you need to know about your health – all at your convenience from any digital device.

One Patient Portal Across All VCU Health Facilities

With easier access to personal health information across all VCU Health facilities, we have a new patient portal tool – with more of the capabilities that patients need.

Find the Right Type of Care

Finding the right type of care should be easy - from the comfort of your home. With MyChart, patients can find urgent care quickly, make appointments easily and complete appointment registrations ahead of time.

Pay My Bill

Paying your medical bills shouldn’t be difficult. Our bill pay guide will make bill paying more convenient, and MyChart offers the ability to set up payment plans.

Medical Records and Test Results

With MyChart, you can view test results and request medical records as soon as they become available, rather than waiting for a phone call or letter from your provider.

How to access previous patient brochures?

To access the brochures, go to your previous appointment list: Click on the "Appt. Scheduling" tab, choose "View Appts.", then click on the "Previous" tab.

How to view lab results on Student Health?

Your Student Health provider may choose to post lab results to the Web Portal. Ask your provider which labs can be viewed. To view approved lab results, sign in to the Web Portal and click on "My Profile".

How to send a brochure to a patient?

During your clinic visit, your medical provider may send specific patient health brochures to you via the Portal. To access the brochures, go to your previous appointment list: 1 Click on the "Appt. Scheduling" tab, choose "View Appts.", then click on the "Previous" tab. 2 The brochures will be attached to the associated appointment under the "Documents" column on the far right.

Is email secure for student health?

Secure messaging through the Web Portal is the primary means by which Student Health providers contact their patients. Email contact is not considered secure and private. When a secure message has been sent, you will be notified by text and/or email to check your messages.

Quick Access to Your Health Information – Anywhere, Anytime

Patients will have access to health information for themselves and their family - MyChart data is all in one place.

Manage Appointments Online

With 24/7 access to your personal health information, our patients can manage appointments – at their convenience.

Request and Refill Prescriptions

Don’t let empty prescription bottles surprise you – request a prescription renewal through MyChart. You can also send questions to your health care team about specific medications.

Easily Request Medical Records

MyChart gives you the ability to quickly complete a medical record request form - all online. With everything in one place, you can review all requests over time in your MyChart Requested Records section.

Find the Right Health Care for You

Nothing is more important for your health than getting to the right doctor – at the right time. MyChart allows you to find a provider – or a specialist for specific healthcare needs. Search for providers by name, specialty or location.

Connect and Communicate with Your Care Team

People have questions before or after appointments, so MyChart provides robust communication tools to connect and communicate with your care team. Just send a question, and your provider will get back to you with answers.

Understand Billing and Insurance Information

MyChart has convenient access to balances, charges and recent payments. You can even use paperless billing for easier and more sustainable payment options.

Pay a Bill

As we transition to system-wide health records with MyChart, you may have questions about your bill from specific VCU Health service areas. Please use these link to pay bills through MyChart or visit the respective website for information on how to pay your bill:

How to Pay a Bill with MyChart

Bill paying is easy with MyChart. We’ll take you through the steps from start to finish – and help you get set up with your billing preferences such as paperless billing or automatic payments.

Understand Billing and Insurance Information

MyChart has convenient access to balances, charges and recent payments. You can even use paperless billing for easier and more sustainable payment options.

Do you have bill pay questions?

If you have questions about paying a bill or setting up your MyChart account, get answers from our Bill Pay FAQs or our Help Center.

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