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Medical Records in MyChart

Wondering about your latest lab test results or your list of prescriptions? You can find this information and more on MyChart.

MyChart is a mobile app and online portal into your health records. It shows:

  • Current health issues
  • Medications
  • Allergies
  • Immunizations
  • Plan of care
  • Visit summaries
  • Upcoming visits, tests and procedures

You can also use MyChart messaging to communicate with your care team, send follow-up questions and ask about prescriptions.

Need MyChart assistance? Email us or call 913-588-4040.

Helpful tips for accessing medical records through MyChart

  • Certain medical records are sensitive or can't be displayed on MyChart for technical reasons. For example:

    • Radiology images
    • Certain obstetric ultrasound reports
    • Genetic testing results

    You can access those medical records through our Health Information Management department.

  • If you're visiting a provider outside of the health system, you have several choices for sharing your electronic records.

    • If the provider uses the Epic electronic medical record system, you can ask them to access your record directly.
    • If the provider doesn't use Epic, you can download a portable copy of your record from MyChart. Visit the Health tab. Under Medical Tools, choose Download my Record. You will see options for downloading information, which you can print or send to the provider.
    • You can also ask your provider to access your records via a local Health Information Exchange, such as the Lewis and Clark Information Exchange, which covers many large providers in the region.
    • If you need more detail on topics like surgeries and hospitalizations, these can be obtained through Medical Records. Your provider can release more detailed records through MyChart or you can ask them to fax your records to the provider.

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