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**Please read the information below if you DO NOT HAVE A MyHaysMed Patient Portal Account**
Welcome to My HaysMed Patient Portal
MyHaysMed patient portal gives you direct online access to portions of your electronic medical record where your health care provider stores your health information. Your diagnostic test results, appointment information, prescription medications, immunizations, and more are all securely stored in this electronic record for quick retrieval.
MyHaysMed shows you that same information – so you see what your provider sees!
MyHaysMed also provides new, convenient methods of communication with your provider’s office. Send messages and schedule/cancel appointments (where applicable) – all online.
Why is Open Access Important to Patients?
Open access to your medical record is a way for you to become more informed and involved in your care. HaysMed invites you to review your visit notes written by your doctor, nurse or other clinicians involved in your care through our convenient patient portal.
Having the chance to read and discuss clinic visit notes with your physician or family member can help you take better control of your health and health care. Patients with access to their doctors’ notes feel more in control of their care and gain a better understanding of their health. Chances are that you will have a better recall of your care plan and you are also more likely to take your medications as prescribed.
How to enroll in the My HaysMedPatient Portal
- • The next time you have an appointment, you will be asked if you would like to sign up for the patient portal. You will be asked to sign an authorization form.
- • You can call 785-623-5151 to enroll in the patient portal over the phone.
Once your account is created, you will receive an email message with instructions for setting up your patient portal log in ID, password, and security question.
You can print the enrollment form and bring it with you to your next clinic or hospital visit.
Minor Patient Age 0-11 Years Old
For access to a minor patient’s Patient Portal, a parent or legal guardian may be granted full access until the minor reaches age twelve (12). On the patient’s twelfth (12th) birthday, the parent or legal guardian’s access will automatically be terminated.
The parent or legal guardian may sign up for proxy access at the child’s next appointment or by calling 785-623-5151. A minor child age 12-17 years old may grant their parent or legal guardian proxy access by completing the form: Patient Portal Proxy Access Request for Minor Patients (complete page 1 and section A).
A proxy is a person who can access another patient’s Patient Portal account information as if they were the patient. A proxy can be any one of the following:
- • Parent of a child age 12-17 years old
• Legal Guardian
An adult patient can request proxy access for another individual by completing the form: Patient Portal Proxy Access Request for Adult Patients. Legal guardians or caregivers to adults with diminished capacity can request proxy access using the same form. Appropriate legal documentation verifying the relationship of the proxy to the patient must be provided.
A minor child age 12-17 years old may grant their parent or legal guardian proxy access by completing the form: Patient Portal Proxy Access Request for Minor Patients. The minor, age 12-17 years, must complete page 1 and Part B to authorize proxy access.
Revoking Proxy Access
At any time, a patient may request to revoke proxy access previously granted. The Proxy Access Revocation Request can be completed and returned to the hospital or clinic. The request may also be completed over the phone by calling 785-623-5151.