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Information System Resources

UPMC MedTrak is a suite of communication products that are designed to keep you informed and up-to-date about your patients when they are being treated at UPMC facilities. By using your choice of telephone, fax, or Internet connection, you can obtain access to outpatient appointments, the eRecord (our award-winning electronic health record), and clinical consultative services.

UPMC MedTrak features:

  • Secure, simple remote access to the UPMC eRecord and other electronic services
  • Contact information on approximately 17,000 physicians
  • Access to more than 400 physician/specialty on-call schedules from UPMC hospitals
  • Ability to communicate with other physicians who share in your patient’s care
  • Remote access to the eRecord and expedited requests for clinical documentation
  • Ability to see where your patients are within the UPMC system
  • Inpatient, outpatient, or ancillary testing coordinated through a single site
  • Ability to request appointments, identify service sites, and be notified of any changes

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