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Has Facebook been recommending fellow patients to be your friends?  By using your existing Facebook credentials to log in to your FollowMyHealth account, Facebook becomes aware of your use of the application. The third party authorization agreement (known as Open Authentication) allows you...

For anyone wishing to add more security to their FollowMyHealth™ login process, please visit the following articles. FMH Secure Login - 2-step verification method AppleID - "Login Approvals" Facebook - "Login Approvals" Google - "2-step Verification" Yahoo - "Second Sign-in Verification" Microsoft LiveID - "Two-step Verification"  Enabling a second layer of verification will require you...

FollowMyHealth® uses something called Open Authentication as login for the site. This means that you can use your login from AppleID, Facebook, Google, Yahoo, or Microsoft LiveID to log in to FollowMyHealth. This means that you do not have another username and password to remember....

In compliance with HIPAA regulations, in-flight data is 128-bits encrypted. Data at rest is also HIPAA compliant with 256-bit encryption. Your login occurs over SSL (https) and is thereby also secure. Keeping with Open Authentication Standards (2.0), we allow for sign in to occur through...

Thank you very much for your interest in FollowMyHealth™. Please see below for an explanation of Allscripts' FollowMyHealth responsibility in securely storing and maintaining your medical data on your behalf.  The "form" that you accept is a legal authorization. This allows Allscripts' FollowMyHealth...

FollowMyHealth is HIPAA-compliant. It adheres to mandated encryption standards when receiving, sending, and storing a patient's health information. When a provider invites a patient to create a UHR account, the provider makes that contact directly with the patient or, to the extent Allscripts assists in...