Adult Access

My Health Connection’s adult access allows a person designated by you to log into their account to access your health information. This service can also be used by legal guardians or caregivers with Durable Power of Attorney for Healthcare of dependent adults to access portions of your medical record.

If you have a My Health Connection account, you can request this access electronically. Navigate to “My Tools” and select “Share My Account”. You can also complete the My Health Connection Adult Authorization Form and mail it to the address listed on the form

Child Access

My Health Connection’s child access can be used by parents or legal guardians with Durable Power of Attorney for Healthcare of dependent children to access portions of the child’s medical record. Access is unrestricted for patients under the age of 14. Patients aged 14 to 18 may have the legal right to consent to certain types of medical treatment themselves, without the necessity of parental or guardian consent. While parents and legal guardians will always have the right to request copies of complete medical records for their children as permitted by law, UCHealth respects the rights of these young patients to confidentiality regarding their medical care.

If you have a My Health Connection account, you can request this access electronically. Navigate to “My Tools” and select “Share My Account.” You can also complete the My Health Connection Child Proxy Access Request Form and mail it to the address listed on the form.

Adult Access to Child’s Chart

Diminished Capacity

Adult Access to Adult Chart

Patient < 14yrs

Patient between 14yrs – 18yrs

Of Any Age

Message Provider

 

Refill Requests

View Future & Past Appointments

Appointment Request

Test Results

Immunization Information

Patient under the age of 14: Parent or legal guardian will have full access to all aspects of the child’s My Health Connection account, including appointments, medications, test results and more.

Patient between ages 14-18: Parent or legal guardian will have limited access to the child’s My Health Connection account. They will have the ability to message the child’s provider(s), but they will not be able to view test results, appointments, etc. The 14-18 year old child may create their own account with full access to their information.

Patient over the age of 18: Parent, legal guardian or Power of Attorney will have full access to all aspects of the patient’s My Health Connection account, including appointments, medications, test results and more, after patient has granted access.

Special needs: If a patient is 14 years of age or older, with special needs and unable to manage their own health care, the patient’s parents/guardians are allowed to maintain full access to all aspects to the patient’s My Health Connection account. This arrangement should be discussed with your patient’s care team.

Frequently Asked Questions: Child Access

How can I gain access to my family's medical information using My Health Connection?

Fill out the appropriate form and return the form to any of the Medical Records locations indicated. The form can be found on www.uchealth.org in the “Sharing My Health Connection Accounts” link.

How will I know when the sharing access has been granted?

If you (the requestor) are a current My Health Connection user you will receive a message in your My Health Connection account when the access has been granted. If you’re not a current user we will send you a letter by mail.

I received a letter stating that sharing access has been granted. How do I see my family's information?

In order to view your family’s information, you need to have an active My Health Connection account. The letter we sent you contains information on how to create your own account.

Once you have created your account, or if you already have an account, you can access your family’s information by selecting the family member’s circle next to yours in the upper left hand corner.

My child is 14. Why can I not see their entire chart?

Patients older than 14 and up to age 18 may have the legal right to consent to certain types of medical treatment themselves, without the necessity of parental or guardian consent. While parents and legal guardians will always have the right to request copies of complete medical records for their children as permitted by law, UCHealth respects the rights of these young patients to confidentiality regarding their medical care.