Arizona hospital launches new patient portal

Kingman (Ariz.) Regional Medical Center deployed a new patient portal Oct. 21 that allows patients to access their health information online, The Bee reports.

The 235-bed health system went live on a Meditech EHR June 1. The transition marked the implementation of KRMC's first fully integrated health record system.

The My KRMC Health Portal will allow patients to access health records and medications, appointments and test results, among other information.

Patients who want to register for the portal must have visited a KRMC provider on or after June 1 and have an email address on file with the health system. The portal will only include medical information recorded after June 1, but there will be a link to the previous portal where patients can view their health histories.

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