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Did you know that Mayo Clinic has a patient app? Check out the new free patient app that gives you access to Mayo Clinic wherever and whenever you like. The app provides you with:
Once you download the app, you can access your medical record, lab results, appointment schedule and more. The app includes a feature that helps you request an appointment, refill your prescriptions, and get health recommendations, notifications and alerts. It also allows secure messaging between you and your care team.
You can find the app at MayoClinic.org's patient care website. I have mine downloaded and ready to go.
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I tried signing up for this but only works for Rochester patients, since I am seen in Eau Claire and Chippewa Falls, I am out of luck. What sence does that make?
Great question NOT NOW, here's what an app is. App is an abbreviation for application. An app is a piece of software which is designed to run on the Internet, your computer, your smartphone or other electronic device. An App is usually designed around a task or topic to help you stay organized, informed and in touch from your mobile device.
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PLEASE DEFINE YOUR TERM "APP"
i'M SURE THERE ARE SOME WHO READ YOUR LETTER WHO ARE UNAWARE THE MEANING OF YOUR TERM.
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