MyChart - Metrohealth
We’re Recruiting Eligible Participants for MetroHealth MyChart Classes
ASC3 has received a special "President's Grant" from the Mount Sinai Foundation to carry out a year-long demonstration of the value of community training and support for Personal Health Record use by Medicaid and Medicare patients. The project will train and support at least one hundred lower-income MetroHealth patients to make meaningful use of the health system's online "MyChart" tool.
If you're a patient at MetroHealth, but you don't have a home Internet connection -- and you aren't already using MyChart -- this program is for you.
The program will include:
Free basic computer training if you need it; Assistance with getting a very affordable home WiFi Internet connection (through AT&T's Access programs or Mobile Citizen), as well as a very affordable home computer system; and a special free two-to-three-hour MyChart training, in which you'll Set up your own personal, secure MyChart account!
Learn how to use your MyChart connection to
All from the comfort and convenience of your home computer, tablet or smartphone!
Call ASC3 right now at 421-2305 for more information about this program.
ASC3's partners in this project include Connect Your Community and MetroHealth's Center for Health Care Research and Policy.
East and West side locations.
A collaboration between ASC3 , MetroHealth's Center for Health Care Research and Policy, and CYC Center.
"MyChart” is a registered trademark of Epic Systems, Inc.
The MyChart online tool is available only through licensed health care providers.
This free training is offered as a community service to patients of those providers.
The ASC3 CYC Center is supported by the City of Cleveland and Ward 14 Councilman Brian Cummins.
Ashbury Senior Computer Community Center
11011 Ashbury Road Cleveland, Ohio 44106
Connect Your Community Center (CYCC)
3730 Pearl Road, Cleveland, Ohio 44109