MyChart by Epic (Universal)
Released: Sep 14, 2010
Version: 4.6
Size: 32 MB
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Ranking - Medical (iPhone)

Ranking - Medical (iPad)


Use your existing MyChart account to manage your health information and communicate with your doctor on your mobile devices, including Apple Watch.

With MyChart you can:
• Review test results, medications, immunization history, and more
• Stay in touch with your physician
• Manage your appointments
• Upload health and fitness data, including data from the Apple Health app, when enrolled in self-tracking programs
• View and pay your bill
• Access your family's health information

You must first create an account through your healthcare provider's MyChart website. If your healthcare provider is not listed, or if you require support accessing your existing account, contact them directly or visit their MyChart website for more help options.

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What's new in version 4.6
The MyChart app has been redesigned to give you quicker access to the most meaningful information in fewer steps:
• Access new information alerts about your family in a single place through the notification center
• Quickly review your lists of medications and upcoming appointments in improved summary views
• On devices with 3D Touch support, you can send a message, schedule an appointment, or refill medications right from the home screen
Screenshot #1 (iPhone)
Our verdict: Ok
  • ➜ MyChart has average ratings (2.5-star).
  • ➜ The app is free.
  • ➜ MyChart is currently ranked #2 in free Medical apps for iPhone, as well as #2 in free Medical apps for iPad.
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