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What patient information is included in MX Access patient view, also known as a patient’s longitudinal health record?

MX Access gives you a wide range of information from the patient’s longitudinal health record in California, covering the past 2-5 years. The patient view divides records into the following 16 sections for quick reference:

  1. Patient Record Header: Patient contact and demographic information
  2. Encounters: Chronological list of previous patient visits, including facility name, provider and diagnosis
  3. Problems: Health issues that the patient has previously presented with or been treated for
  4. Medications
  5. Procedures
  6. Lab Results
  7. Allergies: List of allergies with information on reaction and severity
  8. Immunizations: Chronological list of immunizations received
  9. Clinical Documents: Clinical documents like an Advance Directive, ePolst or scanned image of any other type of clinical document.
  10. Vital Signs
  11. Next of Kin: Contact information for a patient’s next of kin Clinical Reports: Imaging reports or other non-laboratory observations, e.g. pap smear, histopathology observations.
  12. Insurance: Patient’s current and previous insurance plans.
  13. External Documents: CCDA’s that are retrieved via the eHealth Exchange
  14. Patient Documents: Files uploaded to a patient’s longitudinal record by MX Access users. MX Access users can upload a file by selecting “Add File”.
  15. POLST: The patient’s Physicians Orders for Life Sustaining Treatment (POLST) form, if completed by the patient.
  16. Sources: Sources contributing information to the longitudinal patient record. These can include hospitals, clinics, health plans, etc.
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