One Health Record
We are excited to share our transition to a unified electronic health record. It will function across all APD services and Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health (D-HH) member locations, and you might hear us call this new technology eD-H.
As part of this transition, the portal that patients can use to access their health information and communicate with providers will be changing to myD-H.
Starting on May 11, 2019, the myD-H web portal and mobile app will provide our patients with:
- Free, convenient, and easy access to your health information including
- medication lists and immunizations
- test results
- Secure communication with your health care team
- Improved communication between your health care providers at APD and across the D-HH system
- Appointment reminders and requests
- Prescription renewal requests
- Account balances and the ability to make online credit card payments
- Proxy access to a child or family member's health record
- One unified health record across the system
We are looking forward to providing you with the increased features and functionality of a unified health record.
If you had APD's previous patient portal, MyHealthRecord, and do not already have a myD-H portal login from another D-H location, please set up a new myD-H account. If you did not have an account on MyHealthRecord, and do not already have a myD-H portal login from another D-H location, please set up a new myD-H account.
Feel free to set up an account before May 11, but please be advised that APD communications in the myD-H portal will not function until May 11, 2019. Please also be aware that after May 11, any new visit information will not appear in MyHealthRecord, as it will no longer be connected to APD's electronic health record.