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Online medical record access becoming available in Capital Region

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The list of things we can do online grows exponentially with each passing year. We can pay our bills, stream television, listen to music and check out books from our local libraries. Yet somehow, in 2014, we’re still getting most of our medical records in person, over the phone or via fax. That’s starting to change in pockets of the country where health care providers are building secure, online portals for patients to view, download ...

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spenny
July 28, 2014
9:09 a.m.

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FANTASTIC!!!!! The more avenues by which we can all work together as a team to maintain and improve our health the better!

cidbil
July 28, 2014
9:16 a.m.

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I'm a veteran and get my health care via the VA. I've been able to access my medical records by way of the My HealtheVet website from the beginning. Nice to see other systems are catching up.

corckmh
July 28, 2014
8:52 p.m.

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Can I see a list of who requested my medical records and when?

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