myHP 12+


Designed for iPhone

    • 4.7 • 25.9K Ratings
    • Free

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Care at your fingertips
Manage your health care from anywhere, at any time with myHP. From finding a doctor in your insurance plan and making an appointment to checking deductibles, it’s all on your mobile phone.
With myHP you can:

• Log on using Touch & Face ID
• Find care covered by your insurance plan
• See and send insurance plan messages in your InBox
• See cost estimates for your office visit, test or procedure
• Find a doctor, hospital or clinic near you
• Find an Urgent Care clinic near you and view wait times
• Make and manage appointments and add them to your calendar
• Refill prescriptions via mail
• View test and lab results and immunization records for you and your family
• Check your deductible, health savings account and flexible spending account balances
• See claims and EOBs from doctor visits, labs, x-rays, prescriptions and more.
• Use Quick Pay to pay a clinic bill
• Access your member ID card in one click
• Get contact information for HealthPartners clinics, Member Services or the 24/7 CareLine® service

What’s New

Version 4.1.0

You can now integrate the myHP app with Apple Health.

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
25.9K Ratings

25.9K Ratings

MdaMD ,

Messaging could be clearer

Coming from Centracare epic the MyChart messaging is much less patient friendly. It looks like you’ll have to pay for it no matter what much of the time. Although there is the possibility of a free message it’s clearly not intuitive. Would suggest the payment screen appearis after Nurse has triaged message and said this won’t be free but requires an E visit or in person visit. Currently, as you start to write a message the only screen you see is the payment screen and it’s not clear you can click past it and get a free message if appropriate. I think that will discourage or confuse many patients who just have a quick appropriate message for the nurse/MD. And that’s what happened with our patients coming from Centracare my chart. (They have no E message option)

Rangerchop ,


Pharmacy says call provider. Provider says call pharmacy. Web app does not list my clinic. It lists a different clinic. My doctor is not listed at that clinic. Submit email for help, and explain the situation. They respond by telling me to make an appt. using the steps I just said do not work. After more than a week of this nonsense, I call any number I can find and only get automated messages telling me to contact my pharmacy directly. Press any button that sounds like I will get to talk to a human, as that is no longer the last option on the list. They are cordial, but tell me my doctor now works at the location that doesn’t show him. They also say they can no longer leave a message for this department directly. So he transfers me to that clinic. I stupidly try their phone options only to get in the trap and speak to no one. And now I do not know what number to call because I didn’t dial it, I was merely transferred. Go back onto the app, and check this location my doctor is supposed to now be at. The clinic is not listed. Go on the internet and google the clinic. It is now called something else, and show a different city. Go back on the app and select THAT clinic and my doctor comes right up, and I make an appt. in 3.5 seconds. By the way, the clinic that he now shows up at, was the very same clinic that he did not show up at , for the last two weeks! UUUUUUHG!

nine innings fan ,

MyChart is 10x better

In my view, a medical app needs to provide a great deal of medical information in an easy-to-access and intuitive way. The MyHP does not do this. HealthPartners used to use MyChart as their app of choice, which is much better than the app they are offering now.

Want a list of your prescriptions? Not on the MyHP app.

Want to leave a message for your care team? Can’t do it on the app.

Were you previously enrolled with a different health system/insurance company and want to view those records? Can’t do that with this app. You could/can with MyChart.

I recently returned to HealthPartners after living out of state. The replacement app is insufficient and the company that now handles their billing (Homelink) is insufferable.

Side rant about homelink:
If you have a pretax benefits account with your employer, you cannot use the benefit card to pay homelink by mail or pay bills with it online through their web portal. You can only use your HSA/Pretax account to pay by phone. The problem is that they rarely send you a receipt using this method and wait times are occasionally excessive. The fact that homelink often sends bills for medical equipment that was ordered over a year prior is a separate rant for another time (recurring monthly equipment charge).

HealthPartners used to have the best service with the best tools to manage your health needs. They do not anymore. I can’t recommend this app and I almost can’t recommend HealthPartners.

App Privacy

The developer, HealthPartners, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Collected

The developer does not collect any data from this app.

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More


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