Accessing your personal health information has never been easier. The MyHealth mobile app from Stanford Health Care puts your personal information at your fingertips to make managing your health care simple, quick, and completely confidential.
With the Stanford Health Care MyHealth app you can:
1. Schedule your in-person appointments or video visits, and eCheck-in for appointments
2. Communicate with your care team
3. View test results and manage medications
4. Inside our buildings, follow step by step directions to your appointment location
5. Review and pay bills
6. Get up to date health information during a stay at the hospital
7. Share your vitals with your doctor via integration with the Health app.
Bug fixes and improvements
Ratings and Reviews
Good but needs more accessibility
This app has been great but it needs a few adjustments to accessing doctors and billing. As well l, as scheduling.
The Standford Children’s app you can message the billing department on invoices rather then call them and have long periods of wait times on hold when needing to work on incorrect invoices billed to patients. This app does not allow you to message the billing department about invoice errors. Another issues is, it says you can schedule appointments with your doctors office but you really can’t. It just leaves a number for you to call to make appointments. It’s not consistent.
Set aside from this feed back I like the appointment reminders and e-check in. But that’s really all you can actively do with the app.
The Standford Children’s health is completely interactive and it would be great to see that same quality work with the adult patient app for Standford.
Please fix, so many issues
I hope someone from Stanford’s tech reads this and fixes it. I have so many issues w/this app. I am disabled w/16 specialists at Stanford, so I use the app often. The issue that comes in mind today is that you can’t copy/paste your message in the app, but can in the mobile site. Since only 1000 characters are allowed per msg and my health conditions are complicated, I often have to type my message in notes on my iPhone and paste it into the message to check word count. Unfortunately, even though I read messages in the app, I then have to sign into the mobile site to gain access to the “paste” function. I have more examples, but this is the most annoying one... Why can’t the app mirror the mobile site in functions? Also, why do some doctors use Zoom for one-on-one, while others use the app? Also, why can’t you program blurred background for users on the app to mimic the green screen the doctors use? Patients like privacy just as much as physicians. What about simple things like printing a list of my medications or health conditions or doctors? A print function would be helpful… mirroring the mobile site. Pls fix the app.
For me, it is a nonstarter that my health care provider does not integrate with the Epic MyChart Central patient portal. This lets me connect my electronic health records from past providers. Unfortunately, in the USA, I don’t own my health record. Every provider has its own implementation. And every time I change employers, I need to change providers. Stanford MyHealth was on the list of participating EHRs on MyChart Central. However, when I signed up, I found myself on a site that had no function to pull in my earlier charts.
The app also does not support letters, meaning I can’t get them in the app, but have to go visit the web site.
Data Linked to You
The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:
- Health & Fitness
- Financial Info
- Contact Info
- User Content
- Sensitive Info
Data Not Linked to You
The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:
- Usage Data
Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More
- Stanford Health Care
- 69.4 MB
- Requires iOS 13.4 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 13.4 or later.
English, Danish, Dutch, French, German, Spanish
- Age Rating
- ©2014 Stanford Health Care. All Rights Reserved