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To slow the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), Vanderbilt Health has expanded Telehealth visits to more patients. When possible, Vanderbilt Health patients can now be seen while at home through telehealth video visits conducted within My Health at Vanderbilt.
My Health at Vanderbilt is a secure tool that puts your health record in your hands. This mobile version includes some of our most popular features, with convenient access on the go. Access your…
My Health at Vanderbilt is a secure tool that puts your health record in your hands. This mobile version includes some of our most popular features, with convenient access on the go. Access your current My Health at Vanderbilt account on the app to: • View your record • Message your doctor’s offi…
Improvements to the web-based My Health at Vanderbilt, Vanderbilt Health’s online patient portal, have made it easier for health care teams — including patients and their designated health agents — to add and access an End of Life Care Plan to guide medical decision making.
My Health at Vanderbilt Information specialists at the Eskind Biomedical Library at Vanderbilt have compiled and organized reliable information for health conditions and preventive health screenings. The topics found under “Health Topics Specific to You” are based on your age, gender and diagnoses from the past year.
Set up a My Health at Vanderbilt account. Second, download the My Health at Vanderbilt app from the Apple App Store or Google Play if you will be using a smartphone or tablet for your telehealth visit. You don’t need an app if you access the website from a desktop browser. Download and test Zoom.
My Health at Vanderbilt is a secure tool that puts your health record in your hands.
My Health at Vanderbilt Maintain a Healthy Lifestyle In order to prevent medical complications, it is important to take measures to manage your diabetes. The resources for this topic provide basic information about diabetes self-management and care.
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