What is Johns Hopkins Medicine MyChart?
What is Johns Hopkins Medicine MyChart? MyChart is a secure website that provides the most up-to-date medical information available to you about your Johns Hopkins care and connects you to your health care team. MyChart is available in English and Spanish.
How do I request proxy access to my patient's information?
You can use your MyChart account to request proxy access. For access to patients age 17 and younger, use your adult account to request access to a child's records. Adults (age 18 and older) can use their MyChart account to request another person to access their MyChart information to help with their health care.
How does John Johns Hopkins Medicine protect my privacy?
Johns Hopkins Medicine is committed to protecting your privacy. The demographic information is available for members of our staff who have access to your chart. If you have a proxy — someone else, like a family member, who can see your records — they can see this information too.
Does Johns Hopkins have a medical record system?
Yes, as of July 1, 2016, the entire Johns Hopkins Medicine health system in Maryland, Washington D.C. and Virginia is using a single electronic medical record system and offers MyChart.
How old do you have to be to use MyChart?
Parents and legal guardians can request proxy access to their child's MyChart information until the child is 18 years old. The information available to the child proxy through MyChart is limited for children aged 13-17.
Can a parent get a MyChart account?
Parents, family members, legal representatives, and other individuals may also obtain a MyChart account if they become authorized as a proxy to access a patient's medical record for approved purposes. In all cases, a form must be completed at the provider's office before proxy access can be granted. Return to Top.
Can I download MyChart?
Yes. You can access the full web-based version of MyChart from your mobile device. You can also download a free MyChart app from the iPhone App Store or Android Market by searching for MyChart. After download, select Johns Hopkins Medicine from the app's phone book.
Can a parent access MyChart?
A parent or legal guardian who is granted access as a proxy for a child age 13-17 has limited access to the child's MyChart information. However, to comply with privacy laws, certain information is not available to the proxy and some appointment and messaging capabilities are limited. Learn more about proxy access.