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We’re Connecting to Improve Your Care

Over the next six months, Johns Hopkins Medicine will roll out a new electronic medical record system that will help you be an active partner in your health care and improve the high-quality care you already receive. Through this new system, you will have access to a secure website called Johns Hopkins Medicine MyChart.

When MyChart becomes available at your location, you will be able to:

  • Monitor your health care more closely
  • View portions of your medical record, including most test results, diagnoses, medications and immunizations
  • Send secure messages to your health care team
  • Submit requests to update your medication and allergy lists
  • Request appointments and view past and upcoming appointments
  • Renew prescriptions
  • View a summary of your visits and post- appointment instructions
  • Access information from the Johns Hopkins Medicine record for your child under age 18 or for other family members (proxy authorization required)

Answers to Your Most Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What is an electronic medical record?
A: An electronic medical record system, often referred to as EMR, is a secure digital medical record containing a patient’s medical and treatment history. The EMR system Johns Hopkins is implementing is called Epic.

Q: Why is Johns Hopkins implementing an electronic medical record (EMR) system?
A: An EMR provides our physicians and care teams with convenient access to our patients’ medical information, supporting a more coordinated, informed approach to care. In addition, this system allows patients to have access to portions of their medical record through a secure website and the opportunity to be an active partner in their health care.

Q: When will I have access to my medical record?
A:
When your provider has implemented the new electronic medical record system, you will be able to access portions of your medical record through a secure website called MyChart. Here is a general timeline:

  • Electronic Medical Records Now Active
    • Johns Hopkins Community Physicians
    • Johns Hopkins at Odenton
    • Wilmer at Fredrick, Bel Air, Bethesda and Wyman Park
    • Johns Hopkins at Green Spring Station and White Marsh
    • Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center (outpatient only)
    • Howard County General Hospital
    • Sibley Memorial Hospital
  • Late June 2013
    • The Johns Hopkins Hospital (adult outpatient only)
  • August 2013
    • The Johns Hopkins Children’s Center (outpatient only)
  • 2014-2016
    • Suburban Hospital
    • Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center (inpatient & ED)
    • The Johns Hopkins Hospital (inpatient & ED)

Q: How can I gain access to MyChart?
A: When MyChart becomes available at your provider’s location, you can request an activation code with instructions on how to enroll.

Q: If I am a current MyJHCP user, will I be automatically enrolled in MyChart?
A: No. Because MyChart uses a different system that requires an activation code, current MyJHCP users cannot be automatically enrolled in MyChart.

Q: Will I have access to the same information in MyChart that I currently have in MyJHCP?
A: Yes.

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