By registering with Healthjump, patient members are taking the first step to a better way to manage healthcare tasks for themselves and their loved ones. Family connections on Healthjump allows a member to access and maintain any number of accounts from one login and password. Gain the peace of mind that your children and elderly parents are up-to-date and compliant with doctor’s orders.
Search for any doctor in the United States and request your complete record or past visit documents using Healthjump's secure process. Know what you are entitled to by researching the topic at getmyhealthdata.org.
Our security standards are the highest available to the general public and are comparable to what is used in financial institutions. For greater details on what Healthjump does with your data, and how it protects the data please visit our security page.
The primary difference between your doctor's patient portal and Healthjump's personal health record is that you are at the center of all the action. Patient members can request medical records and appointments from every doctor in their care team.
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