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MHS GENESIS

MHS GENESIS, the new electronic health record for the Military Health System (MHS), provides enhanced, secure technology to manage your health information. MHS GENESIS integrates inpatient and outpatient solutions that will connect medical and dental information across the continuum of care, from point of injury to the military treatment facility. This includes garrison, operational, and en route care, increasing efficiencies for beneficiaries and healthcare professionals.

When fully deployed, MHS GENESIS will provide a single health record for service members, veterans, and their families.

MHS GENESIS

MHS GENESIS Patient Portal

MHS GENESIS Patient Portal Now LiveThe MHS GENESIS Patient Portal is a secure website for 24/7 access to your health information, including managing appointments and exchanging messages with your care team. The new patient portal is launching at sites as MHS GENESIS deploys, replacing the TRICARE Online Secure Patient Portal. To access the MHS GENESIS Patient Portal

  • Go to the MHS GENESIS Patient Portal
  • Beneficiaries can log in using their DS Logon
  • Premium Access (Level 2) is required to view the health record
  • There is no additional fee for Premium Access

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