Authored by Revere Health

Your Medical History at Your Fingertips

March 18, 2016 | Administration

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Did you get that tendonitis surgery in 1998? Or was it 1997? What is the name of that blood thinner you took last year? Are the results back from your most recent cholesterol check?


The Need for an Online Patient Dashboard

At any given time, we all have medical questions. Some of them involve results of recent check ups. Others mean calling up more distant memories when updating medical history for a specialist or our own reference. It can be a lot to remember with all the other things that any of us have on our minds.

Follow My Health makes it easy for you to get access to your personal medical history whenever and wherever you want. Simply sign up for an account by creating a new secure login or use your existing account on Facebook, Yahoo!, Windows Live, Google or CernerHealth.

The system can be accessed from your home computer of by using our app on your favorite Android or Apple device. So, if you are at home or on the go, you can check in to see the results of recent medical testing or refresh your memory about older medical history.


How Can Follow My Health Help?

Knowing your medical stats can help you live a healthier life. For instance, about half of people with high blood pressure do not know that they have it. But, when people know about health issues such as high blood pressure or high cholesterol, they are in a better place to take actions that can help them control it.

An informed patient is a healthier patient. A study of 1000 patients found that those who felt well-informed were more likely to be engaged and involved in their care and understand the care that they were getting. These patients were twice as likely to ask their doctors questions and make sure that they understood medical instructions.

By understanding what is required for you to get better when you are ill, and knowing your blood pressure, cholesterol count and other numbers from your most recent medical appointments, you can get a better picture of your health as a whole. This makes it easier for you to make the right lifestyle decisions to support your best personal level of health.

Patients who feel well-informed are more likely to be engaged and involved in their care.

Plus, getting your test results online right away can help with your peace of mind. No waiting on the phone for answers or having questions linger until your next appointment. You can see your results right away, giving you information that you need to make the right health decisions.


How Do I Get Started with Follow My Health?

Follow My Health is free and easy to use. You can create an account in minutes using these three simple steps:

Step 1

Visit our patient portal and click “create an account.”

Step 2

Click on the FMH button to create a secure login on use your existing login from another network.

Step 3

Connect to Revere Health. Enter “Revere” into the search box and click “connect” when you see it in the results.

Within one business day, you’ll get access to your health information in your Follow My Health account. By using this convenient interface, you’ll be able to see test results, make appointments and get the details of your patient history that can help you stay safe and healthy.


Take Charge of Your Personal Health Information Today!

By taking charge of your personal health information online, you can get a better picture of your personal health and take the steps that will allow you to enjoy a better quality of life and get the best patient-centered care. Have questions? Contact us to learn more today.

Manage your prescriptions, view your medical records and securely message your doctors all in one place.



The Live Better Team

Telehealth is not appropriate for every medical concern, so it’s important to ask your provider whether a virtual visit is suitable for your needs.

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This information is not intended to replace the advice of a medical professional. You should always consult your doctor before making decisions about your health.