Health Care at Your Fingertips

November 8, 2010

 

Mercy patients connect with doctors and manage health through personal computers and smart phones

The speed of technology allows us to book airline flights online, order gifts over the internet and do all our banking with just a few clicks of the keyboard. So why shouldn’t tracking our health be just as convenient?

Now it is, thanks to MyMercy, a free online service giving patients the ability to track health history, schedule appointments, contact a doctor and renew prescriptions via a personal computer or smart phone. The service is available throughout most of Mercy’s four-state region – Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri and Oklahoma – something largely unprecedented across the nation.

What MyMercy Users are Saying

     Tom Weber

    Lou Cheeks

    Steve Chodes

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01 – Lauren Barnes, a Mercy patient, uses her iPhone to schedule doctor appointments, renew prescriptions, view lab results and contact her doctor via MyMercy – a free online service.
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02 – MyMercy, a free online service, gives patients the ability to track their health history, schedule appointments, contact their doctor with a question and renew prescriptions all via a smart phone or personal computer.
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03 – Lauren Barnes, a Mercy patient, uses her smart phone regularly to access MyMercy, a free online service that allows her to manage her family’s medical care via her smart phone. Grayson, age 5, looks on.
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04 – Taresa Copeland, a Mercy patient and piano teacher, regularly uses her computer to access MyMercy – a free online service that allows her to manage her medical care.
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05 – With MyMercy, a free online service, patients can view lab results, schedule doctor appointments, renew prescriptions and contact their doctor with a question.
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06 – For Mercy patients, a free online service means they are just a click away from scheduling doctor appointments, renewing prescriptions, viewing lab results and contacting their doctor.
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07 – MyMercy, a free online service, allows patients to view lab results, schedule doctor appointments, renew prescriptions and even contact their doctor with a question.
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08 – Taresa Copeland, a Mercy patient and piano teacher, regularly uses her computer to access MyMercy – a free online service that allows her to manage her medical care.
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09 – MyMercy, a free online service, allows patients to view lab results, schedule doctor appointments, renew prescriptions and even contact their doctor with a question.
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10 – Brendon McCollom, a Mercy physician, can use MyMercy to send secure messages to patients 24/7 via a computer or smart phone.
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11 – Brendon McCollom, a Mercy physician, can use MyMercy to send secure messages to patients 24/7 via a computer or smart phone.
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12 – Brendon McCollom, a Mercy physician, can use MyMercy to send secure messages to patients 24/7 via a computer or smart phone.
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