review your health history and more - online, any time

MultiCare is one of the few health systems in the nation to have a complete electronic health record system. All MultiCare outpatient clinics and hospitals are linked to the electronic health record called MultiCare Connect, which includes the secure patient portal called MyChart.

Login to MultiCare Connected Care MyChart to schedule doctor’s appointments, request prescription refills and review your health history.

A summary of your visit will be added to your MyChart account if you are already a MultiCare patient, which your primary care doctor will have access to.

from you to grant you a MyChart account.

MyChart Dashboard Banner - screenshot of the multicare my chart website .. Today, Preston’s mom, Tabbitha, uses the MyChart app on her phone several times per month to keep track of her son’s appointments at MultiCare Mary Bridge Children’s Hospital & Health Center. MyChart to their medical records and interact with providers.

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MyChart provides peace of mind by ensuring that all of your immediate questions and concerns will be addressed and answered. If you are a current patient of MultiCare and have not yet signed up for the MyChart app, you have a couple options: Register for a MyChart or stop by your provider's office and ask for your personal access code.

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MyChart gives MultiCare patients secure online access to personal health information, plus easy-to-use tools that make managing health care simple and convenient. MyChart safeguards your privacy with the latest security technology. It’s easy to sign up and the service is free. at or stop by your MultiCare provider’s office and ask for your personal access code.MyChart is MultiCare's secure, web-based patient information portal. You can log in online from the , or use the , to review information from your medical record, including:If you have more than one outstanding bill with MultiCare, you may request to apply your payment to a specific “Visit” when making payments in person, over the phone or via MyChart.Warfarin therapy must be closely monitored to ensure that patients are on the right dose. In the past, this meant monthly trips to the Pharmaceutical Resource Clinic for blood work. MultiCare is now offering an easier solution for patients. Patients can test their INR at home with a small, easy-to-use meter, rather than coming in monthly to the clinic. Pharmaceutical Resource Clinics will provide you with a meter, test strips, and all the necessary supplies so you can monitor your anticoagulation therapy at home. You will receive face-to-face training with a Pharmaceutical Resource Clinic specialist who is either a pharmacist or nurse. After you are trained, you will call or email us through MyChart your INR results every week. We will work with you to make any necessary dosing adjustments.