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1CRYSTAL CLINIC ORTHOPAEDIC CENTER Crystal Clinic Patient Portal4/1/2017 8:40:32 PMCRYSTAL CLINIC ORTHOPAEDIC CENTERPatient PortalHelping you manage your healthPhysician Presentation
2Crystal Clinic Patient Portal The Crystal Clinic Patient Portal is a secure, online tool that allows our patients to view portions of their medical records. This is a service to help you become a more active participant in your medical care. To use it, all you need is a web browser. You can use it at their convenience!
3Signing Up For the Portal It’s simple and easy to get started using the patient portal. When you check in at your next office visit, your patient registration specialist will ask you if you wish to sign up for out Patient Portal. Answer, “YES!” and provide your address. She will enter your information into our system. Shortly after that, you will get an invitation in your to sign on to the patient portal. .
4What Can I See on the Portal? You can view key parts of your Crystal Clinic Orthopaedic Center medical records.These include:Lab Results – Some results may be delayed until you have had a chance to discuss them with your physician.Vital signs – height, weight, blood pressure from your recent visitProcedures performed during your visitAllergies reported to your care providerDischarge instructions from inpatientadmissions and outpatient surgeries
5What won’t I see on the portal? Results of certain sensitive tests and diagnosis – those must first be discussed with your care provider.Bills or payment optionsAppointment scheduling – requesting or cancelling appointmentsPrescription refill requestsX-raysMedical information from other hospitalsor from your personal physician.
6Getting StartedWhen you visit one of our offices, part of the sign-in process is getting registered for the portal. After you have provided your address, you will get an message from the patient portal.Click this link and your browser will open to registration page of the portal.You will need to provide:A password.Choose a question and provideyour unique answer to that questionSave them in a secure place.
7Now I’m on, what’s next?When you log in to the portal, you will see your ‘Patient Dashboard’. This provides a handy way to navigate to the information presented in your record.
8Getting around in the portal The colored boxes define a general category of things you may view or do. Click on the text in a box to view that information or to perform that action.In the upper right of the display are clickable links to for your user name, help and to sign you out of this application.The black bar is an alternative way select actions in the portal.
9OK, What’s in my Dashboard Personal Health RecordsUse this selection to choose which type of health record you wish to view.You can view the results from your most recent visit or from past visits
10Personal Health Record Dashboard This is a good way to find, “What’s New”. Clicking on the ‘PHR’, (Personal Health Record) choice in the menu bar will display a dashboard for your health records. The various record groups are shown in the panel of boxes. The number, 0/1, in the lower right of the box indicates the number of recent updates and the total number of records for that category.You can also select a category by clicking on the links to the left.
11Lab ResultsThis section displays the finalized results for any tests, such a blood work, that your care team at Crystal Clinic may have ordered. Some results may be delayed until your physician has had a chance to review the findings with you. Results often have a ‘normal’ range. If you don’t understand what the findings mean, discuss them with your care provider.Initially all results are displayed. You can select which ones you wish to view by using the filter buttons at the left.You can filter your test resultsDate test was takenNormal or abnormal findingWhere the test was takenIf you have already viewed that result
12Filtering Results on the PHR Pages Each item in your PHR uses a standard way to help you choose which records to view. This selection tab is at the left of your window. Your choices are in bold. You can select your records by a date range, the type of record, its status, where it came from, and if you have read it or not. Your filter selections work together. If you select ‘Drug Allergy’ and ‘Unread’, the system will show you all the drug allergies added to your record and that you haven’t read on the portal. You preferences are applied and your results shown as soon as you make your choice.To select a specific date range, use the custom range setting.Click on the button to show or hide the date range selection calendar.Click to show or hide theDate Picker
13MedicationsThis page lists all the medications that you may have received during your visit or medications that have been prescribed for your use. It does not list medications that may have been prescribed by your personal physician or other provider. Nor does it list supplements or over-the-counter remedies you may be taking. You will see the drug name, the dosage, how often you take it, who prescribed it and when.
14AllergiesThis is a list of allergies that you have shared with your care provider at the Crystal Clinic.It’s important that we know about any allergy you may have. If you have one and don’t see it here, let us know!You may choose which records you wish to view by clicking on any of these conditions.Clicking the down arrow will reveal details about where and when this allergy was noted to your care provider
15ProblemsThis is a list of complaints you have had for each visit. For example, ‘Knee Pain’.
16DiagnosisThis is the physician’s diagnosis from your visit. Talk to your care provider to make certain you understand what the diagnosis means.
17ProceduresThis page the procedures a patient may have had performed during a visit. A procedure is more commonly called a surgery.
18ImmunizationsYour immunization history. If this is your first visit, or if you have had any new shots, you will need to let your care provider know at your first visit or at your next visit.
19Vital SignsWe check this at every visit and several times during a hospitalization.Your vital signs areBody TemperatureBlood PressureHeart RateRespiratory RateHeightWeighThis is grouped by the time and location of each measurement.
20Discharge SummariesFor a hospital admission, you will have a ‘Discharge Summary’. This is a brief description of your treatment and any aftercare instructions.
21Discharge Instructions This is your care instructions after you leave our facility. For example, “No weight-bearing exercise for 3 days after surgery”
22Social HistoryEssentially, your current smoking status.
23DocumentsWhen you are discharged or when we review your medical records, our patient care management systems generate a summary of your care. This is called a ‘Continuity of Care Document’. It contains all the data in your patient health record.You can print this record and give it to your personal physician for their office records. If they have an Electronic Health Record system, they may prefer to get a copy of the file. You can download that from this page.
24ProfileIn the Profile section, reddish-orange on the patient dashboard, you can change your personal information These changes are not transmitted back to Crystal Clinic. If you need to change your medical record information, please provide it directly to our health care staff.Demographics – Name, ID numbers, personal information like birthday, sex, marital status, race, birthplace, religion and contact information.Update Account Notifications – let the portal know when you wish to be contacted about changes in your portal account.Care Team -- A list of your visits and the patient care providers on that visit.Representatives – Who you have designated to view your care records on your behalf. Or, you can create a new representative.
25Thank you for taking this tour! Thank you for checking out our new patient portal! Crystal Clinic Orthopedic Center, a partnership with Summa Health System and Crystal Clinic physicians, is a regional specialty center for the treatment of conditions affecting the musculoskeletal system, including bones, joints, muscles, tendons, skin and related tissues. Our surgeons have decades of experience and provide comprehensive care and treatment plans designed to meet your specific needs.