For CMC / CPG Patients
In our ongoing effort to improve both quality and accessibility to healthcare services, Conway Medical Center and Conway Physicians Group are proud to introduce the CMC/CPG’s Patient Portal. Our combined Patient Portal allows patients to electronically access their medical records for both their hospital and physician office encounters at their convenience on any computer, tablet or mobile device that has internet connectivity.
You can access the CMC/CPG Patient Portal by clicking the “Login” button below or entering http://cmccpgpatient.iqhealth.com directly into your browser.
With CMC/CPG Patient Portal You Can:
View your lab and pathology results in the privacy of your own home. (CPG practices will have this available for viewing on August 7, 2017)
Request appointments online with your CPG provider.
Securely message your CPG provider at a time that fits your schedule.
Renew your prescriptions without having to call or visit a CPG provider.
Convenient access to a summary of your medications, allergies, clinical notes, immunizations, and any medical issues.
How to Get Started:
Get started today by enrolling in CMC/CPG Patient Portal at your next appointment or hospital visit.
As previously noted, on July 1st, 2017 Conway Medical Center and Conway Physicians Group began using a new Patient Portal. The records stored on the previous Patient Portal did not transfer to the new Patient Portal. But do not worry, you can still obtain your records from the CMC Medical Records Department or from your Conway Physicians Group providers office.
NOTICE OF PARTICIPATION
Conway Medical Center and Conway Physicians Group have become members of the South Carolina Health Information Exchange (“SCHIEx”). This Notice tells you how doctors and other health care providers may use or share your electronic health information and with whom it may be shared.
SCHIEx makes it possible for your doctor to share your medical history, including medications, allergies, diagnoses, and procedures, with other doctors and health care providers involved in your care. It is a safe and secure network that makes sure your personal health information is available to your doctors and other health care providers when and where it is needed. SCHIEx does not keep or store your personal health information.
By allowing your doctors and other health care providers to use and share your personal health information through SCHIEx:
· Your doctor will have more information available to make even more informed health care decisions at the time of your appointment.
· Your doctor may know better which tests or services you have already received, so you can avoid repeated or needless tests or services.
· Your doctors and other health care providers can better coordinate your health care. This can save you time and money by avoiding repeated or needless tests and doctor visits, paperwork, or appointment delays.
· Your health information is available when and where it is needed, whether it is a routine office visit or in case of an emergency.
HOW YOUR ELECTRONIC HEALTH INFORMATION MAY BE USED OR SHARED
Your privacy and your personal health information are protected by federal and state law. Those federal and state laws also govern the way your personal and electronic health information is used or shared through SCHIEx. Your doctors and other health care providers will use and share your electronic health information with other doctors and health care providers, involved in your care, through SCHIEx to provide, coordinate, or manage your health care and any related services.
This includes coordinating your health care with other health care providers who have signed on as members of SCHIEx and agreed to follow all of the SCHIEx policies and procedures.
SCHIEx members may include health care providers licensed in the State of South Carolina, including medical doctors, dentists, chiropractors, optometrists, podiatrists, pharmacists, physician assistants, and nurse practitioners.
SCHIEx members also may include organizations such as hospitals, ambulatory surgical facilities, home health agencies, pharmacies, case management providers, telemonitoring providers, health information exchanges and organizations within which eligible individuals practice.
We would share your electronic health information, as necessary, through SCHIEx with
another doctor who has requested to see your electronic health information to provide
care to you.
We may share your electronic health information from time-to-time with a doctor, or healthcare
provider (for example, a specialist, or laboratory) who, at the request of your doctor,
becomes involved in your care by helping with your diagnosis or treatment or with whom
you start a new treatment.
We may share your personal health information, as necessary, through SCHIEx with your
pharmacist. Your pharmacist can track what drugs you take and prevent unwanted side
effects or bad reactions when you are prescribed medications by more than one doctor.
We may also share your personal health information through SCHIEx with agencies that audit, investigate, and inspect health programs for the health and safety of the public. We may submit information as required by law, including but not limited to: immunization data, quality reporting data, and communicable disease data to a state or federal agency.
If you were diagnosed with the measles or mumps, we would share your personal health
information, as required by law, through SCHIEx to report your diagnosis to the South
Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control. This helps DHEC work to
prevent the spread of the disease to others in you community.
In emergencies, including any visits by you to an emergency department at a hospital that is a member of SCHIEx, we will allow emergency doctors and nurses to see your personal health information so you may receive the most appropriate care.
Personal health information that may be shared includes your personal information that may identify you, general information, diagnoses, test results, prescriptions, claims data, and clinical notes.
PARTICIPATING IN SCHIEX… OR NOT
You may ‘Opt Out’ of SCHIEx. By opting out of SCHIEx, your personal health information will not be shared through SCHIEx.
If you wish to opt out of SCHIEx, you must ask for, complete, and sign an Opt Out form that tells us in writing that you do not want your personal health information included in or shared through SCHIEx. Should you wish to opt out, and let us know in writing of your decision by giving us a signed Opt Out form, we will take steps to make sure your personal information cannot be viewed, used, or shared through SCHIEx.
Please understand that if you opt out, your personal health information will not be used
or shared by any doctor or health care provider through SCHIEx except where required
If you change your mind and wish to have your electronic health information shared through SCHIEx, you may cancel your Opt Out. To cancel your Opt Out, you or your personal representative must complete, and submit a signed SCHIEx form to the office staff stating that you allow us to share your electronic health information through SCHIEx.
We will use our best efforts to make all of your electronic health information available through SCHIEx. However, we cannot guarantee that all of your personal health information will be available at that time.
If you choose to Opt Out of sharing your electronic information through SCHIEx, please complete the information on the next page.