Rush launches new EHR app

Mackenzie Garrity - Print  | 

Chicago-based Rush University Medical Center unveiled its own EHR platform to patients, known as the My Rush mobile app, according to a Aug. 20 news release.

The app allows patients and providers to easily gain access to MyChart. Along with traditional MyChart features, the app also allows patients to access video visits, schedule appointments, check test results, refill prescriptions and communicate with providers.

Additionally, patients can use the mobile platform to find information about electronic visits and access a symptom checker.

Rush launched the app to employees in the fall of 2018. Today, the app is available to patients. Rush has plans to continually update the platform with new features.

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