Back to Basics: Patient Portal

In today’s climate, providing your patients with anytime access to their imaging can be critical to minimizing in-person contact and maximizing automated workflows. With Ambra’s self-service Patient Portal, you can create a more automated way to share studies with patients than simply sharing via email. Additionally, patients can securely access their images without having to create their own Patient Health Record (PHR) account in the platform. 

The Ambra Health Patient Portal is a customizable feature that can be enabled for your organization. Patient images and reports can be pushed to the patient portal, enabling the patient to view, download, and share imaging and reports. Once the Patient Portal is set up for your organization, the Patients tab (screenshot below) accumulates patients as imaging is uploaded and ADTs are sent in that match up with that patient. In this tab, you can see whether a patient’s images have been connected with the HL7 message that ultimately generates the workflow downstream. 

You can customize the Patients tab to include required information based on patient demographics that match with your organization, including MRN, birth date, phone numbers, and email in a customized format (screenshot below).

With Ambra’s self-service Patient Portal and supplemental Patients tab, you can provide your patients with anytime access to their imaging and reports, while maintaining a real-time inventory of patients whom you’ve shared these with. 

For more information on Ambra Health’s Patient Portal, download our Product Guide here. If your organization is interested in setting up the Ambra Health Patient Portal , please reach out to our Customer Success Team at updates@ambrahealth.com so we can help configure it.

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About Anna Schmidt

Anna brings her passion for public health and customer relationship management to Ambra Heath in her role as a Customer Success Manager. Anna received her MPH from the Boston University School of Public Health and has a BS in Community Health from the University of Maryland. In her spare time, you can find her avidly rooting for the Washington Capitals and Nationals.

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