This article will introduce myUCLAhealth. Learn about the requirements for access, how to use a proxy, and privacy and security practices. If you have any questions, please contact myUCLAhealth support. You can also visit our website for more information. For example, you can find a list of frequently asked questions.
Information about myUCLAhealth
If you are a patient at UCLA Health, you may have questions about myUCLAhealth. While your health care provider is available to answer any questions you may have, you may not be able to reach them immediately. If this is the case, you should consider using another method of communication. Your health care provider can also contact you using other means of communication.
When you use the myUCLAhealth website, you must comply with all of the terms and conditions listed on it. You must respect the privacy of others. You may not use the web site for commercial purposes, resale, or collection of e-mail addresses or other information from our users without their permission. The web site is also subject to change without prior notice.
Requirements for access myUCLAhealth
To access the myUCLAhealth website, patients must have a computer with an up-to-date browser and an internet connection. Once registered, patients will receive an activation code during a Visit to their doctor’s office. This code will be valid for 60 days after which they must create an account or request another code. Patients must ensure their passwords are not too long or contain spaces because this could cause the password to be entered incorrectly.
Once a person has registered for myUCLAhealth, they will be able to use it to manage appointments, view lab results, and communicate with their health care team securely. Users can request an appointment or view their health summary online. MyUCLAhealth also allows users to communicate with their health care provider from the comfort of their homes and receive test results within days. Doctors can also use myUCLAhealth to manage patient information, meet patients remotely, and bill insurance.
Proxy access options
If you or someone you love needs access to your MyUCLAhealth account, there are several options. You can use a proxy account, which allows someone else to view your records. This option is particularly useful if your child is under the age of 18. However, if your child is 18 years old or older, you will need to complete an Adult Proxy Consent Form.
First, you must have a university ID number. This ID number is used when granting access to MyUCLAHealth. In California, anyone under the age of 18 is an adolescent. Therefore, parents will need to ask their adolescent for verbal permission before granting them proxy access.
Privacy and security practices
UCLA Health is a top-ranked academic medical center with a global reputation for health care excellence. The organization has four award-winning hospitals, a top-ten medical school, and dozens of primary care and specialty practices located across metro Los Angeles. As Chief Privacy and Data Security Officer, you will lead the development, Click implementation, and oversight of privacy and security practices across the entire organization. You will be responsible for ensuring that information about patients is protected and used appropriately.
In addition to maintaining privacy and security practices, employees must meet legal requirements to safeguard information. For example, under HIPAA, healthcare entities must restrict access to personal health information and sanction any employees who violate privacy policies. To ensure the privacy and security of patient information, UCLA Health has developed a corrective action plan that includes implementing HIPAA-compliant policies and procedures, sanctioning offenders, and designating an independent monitor.
Links to other sites
MyUCLAhealth is an interactive health information website for UCLA Health patients and employees. It provides access to UCLA Health’s research, education, and health services. Content on myUCLAhealth is the property of UCLA Health or its licensors and is protected by copyright laws. You may not copy, modify, or distribute the material, except with the prior written permission of UCLA Health.
The myUCLAhealth site is designed by UCLA Health, and its Digital team maintains it. UCLA Health does not accept advertising on this site. Users are free to link to other sites related to health information. However, content on other sites is not endorsed by UCLA Health.