NYU Langone Health app by NYU Langone Medical Center
App description :
As an NYU Langone patient, you can use our NYU Langone Health app to access your health information on a mobile device, anywhere and anytime.
App Features :
Log in to the app using your MyChart at NYU Langone account to get mobile access to the following:
Test results: View lab test results and standard ranges for each result.
Messages: View, create, and reply to messages from your healthcare team.
Appointments: View or cancel upcoming appointments, and read information about your previous appointments.
Health advisories: Get notified when it’s time for your annual physical, flu shot, and other preventive care needs.
Health summary: View your medications, allergies, immunizations, and current health concerns.
Proxy access: View health information for designated family members, including children.
Remote monitoring of patient health or vitals: Connect with Apple Health to monitor and share key health information with your care team, such as blood glucose, blood pressure, oxygen saturation, steps, temperature, and weight.
(Disclaimer: Remote patient monitoring through the NYU Langone Health app requires prior enrollment of the patient by a healthcare provider. The app currently does not support individual usage without clinician consent and support. Patients must always consult with their healthcare provider before making any changes to a care plan.)
Additional Information :
- Age Rating 12+
- Size 118.7 MB
- Requires iOS 15.5 or later.
User Reviews :
Best hospital app that helps me keep my husband alive! Ty
For the last two years this app has been used continually by me to coordinate my husbands many many doctors appointments and monitor test results. It’s super easy learning to use on-the-fly and even allows you to communicate directly with your doctors!!! It also enables connection to other hospitals running on EPIC, (which clearly allows U/X personalization -meaning other hospitals can design their app differently so when you look for information it won’t be laid out the same) which is great for coordinating care and enabling multiple providers across health systems to share test results, and to read notes from other doctor visits, enabling greater continuity of patient care. Having had my husband in multiple hospitals, over a recent two-year period, can confidently say this is by far the best use of the customization functionality. Well well done and THANK YOU – this app helps me keep my husband alive!!
My question is how is it possible that I will take my girl to the emergency room on Wednesday the 15th with a fever of 102 and pain in her body? The girl was diagnosed with a urine infection and influenza, they sent me home with antibiotics, but the The girl continued with a fever between 103 —-105 on Saturday I returned her to the emergency room with a high fever and a swollen side of the face, I explained to the doctor that I felt that something was wrong with the girl’s body, especially in her mouth, which looked infected They told me that her mouth looked fine and that the infection with the antibiotic would disappear, in the emergency room the girl had a fever of 103.5 and they still sent me home. On Monday I called the emergency because the girl continued with a fever of 105 even taking two antibiotics and they told me that a nurse would call me back and that never happened. On Tuesday morning I brought her to her pediatrician and she drew blood and did the tests which came out abnormal and at night the girl’s tooth fell out and she almost choked on it. On Wednesday I brought Amelia to the dentist and they brought me to the emergency room at Bellevue hospital for surgery and here we have 4 days and we don’t know when we’re going home. This situation could have been avoided and I hope it doesn’t happen to another Child.
Helpful with Booking, History and Transparency
My family sticks to NYU doctors and facilities because of how automated it is to share results between doctors, as well as see the results clearly yourself. Book experience is super straightforward, you can tie your pharmacies to your profile, and your entire test and vaccination history is easily accessible In instances where you need to get the info. When I or a loved one has been to the hospital, I really liked the experience getting lab results direct on MyChart. I didn’t see my nurses or doctors much but I felt like I knew exactly what was going on because I would ask what they were ordering as they took it, and saw immediately what the results were as they were completed. Lastly, you knew the exact name and dosage of the medication you are taking or need to take, as well as when. The only area that needs work is telehelp (experience is a bit clunky, but that’s most of the industry). I wish everything about the American healthcare system was this straightforward.
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