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My Patient Portal NextMD

(also known as the NextGen Patient Portal) as our patient portal service. A patient portal allows our patients on-line access to their physicians office for secure messages, medication refill requests, records requests and even look up health information. Requests are typically answered with 2 business days.

If you feel a life threatening situation exists, immediately call 911.

NextMDoffers a secure way to send messages, using 128-bit encryption, firewalls and secured systems. Once you sign up forNextMD, youll use a username and password and a confirmation question to access your on-line account. When we send you information, youll receive a notification e-mail, but you need to log onto the secure website ( to read your confidential information.

If you are a Prairie Clinic patient interested in signing up for NextMD, please ask at the front desk when checking in at your next appointment.

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Thank you for visiting the new NextGen EDI website. Below you find some of the new features of this site.

– A new Dental Claims Portal is available for you to look up information for your claims. You can click the Dental Claims Portal on the right under the Main Pages section or you can clickhere

– We have combined our site with the main NextGen Company site to make navigation easier.

– We have added message boxes to the top of each page to notify you of new files and important messages.

– With the Quick Look Box, you can quickly see how many files you have to download, view samples, pending processing and were last processed.

– We have added color codes to the files that you have downloaded so you can quickly see new files (Green), older files that have not been downloaded (red) and files that have been downloaded (grey).

– We have improved the Pending Files section to show any files that are pending processing, as well as showing files that may have errors, or test files that have been submitted.

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– We have added a section to allow you to upload company logos and test files to EDI.

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New User/Practice Configuration Section

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– We have added even more documentation to help you manage and use NextGen EDI services.

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Welcome to SETMAs NextMD site. NextMD is your medical home on the Web. It provides a safe environment so you can connect with SETMA. NextMD will allow you to:

NextMD is partnered with SETMA to provide all of these services to better serve you. You can read more about NextMDs security measures here.

If have not enrolled and you would like to use NextMD please call .

If you are already enrolled please click the NextMD logo to be redirected to the site.

Over the next few months, SETMA will be deploying a number of new functions for the benefit of our patients and of the Southeast Texas community. You will be hearing more about:

SETMAs recognition by the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) as a Patient-Centered Medical Home. At present only 3/10ths of 1 percent (0.3%) of practices in America are so designated and as of March, 2010, there was only one other in Texas.

SETMAs submission of an application for NCQAs Diabetes Recognition award. SETMAs performance data, which is published on our website, shows that all three of SETMAs clinics meet the high standards for the care of diabetes required for this designation.

SETMAs becoming an affiliate ofDiabetes Center of Excellenceat Harvard University. The designation will officially be Joslin Diabetes Center affiliate at Southeast Texas Medical Associates, LLP. SETMA is the first primary care/multi-specialty practice in the United States to be so designated. A ribbon cutting to officially announce this will be held in September.

SETMAs results from the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care (AAAHC) survey in August, 2010, for SETMA being a Patient-Centered Medical Home. To our knowledge, SETMA will be the first to seek patient-centered medical home review from both NCQA and AAAHC.

In addition, you will be hearing about:

The Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) publication of its 865-page Final Rule for

Meaningful Use of Certified Electronic Health Records Technology

. Over the next few years, practices will be rewarded for adopting electronic patient records.(EMR). Starting in 2015 practices which do not, will be penalized. There are 24 functions required for a practice to demonstrate Stage I Meaningful Use of an EMR. SETMA does all 24.

where Medicare will catch up with Medicare Advantage and begin paying for preventive health care which they have previously expected but refused to pay. SETMA already provides these services but will expand our scope in order to meet the standards established in CMSs 1250-page proposal for 2011 changes in Medicare and Medicaid.

which is a function by which SETMA will be able to communicate extensively with our patients about their healthcare needs with opportunities for them to improve their health.

(PQRS) which has been voluntary from 2007 to 2014, but starting in 2015 will be mandatory. Healthcare providers who do not report quality performance standards by 2015 will have their reimbursements decreased. SETMA has participated in PQRS for the past two years and currently reports on more than 200 quality standards.

which is a secure web portal through which SETMAs patients can communicate with their health care provider, complete portions of their own medical record, request appointments and medication refills, see their laboratory results, maintain their own personal health record, and participate in self-guided health education programs.

(Community Health Services) which is NextGens community health solution whereby the entire medical community can communicate and share health data through a secure connection. While SETMA is making this available, SETMA will not own the function and SETMA will not own the data. Any and all healthcare entities hospitals, physicians, clinics. County and other health departments and offices can participate and share health information in a HIPPA-compliant and secure environment. This will be a not-for-profit means of improving the quality of healthcare available to all of our community.

Piece by piece, I want to introduce these subjects and also to alert any of our healthcare colleagues who are unaware of the challenges which we will all face in the next five years.

NextMD requires that SETMA enroll you. There is no cost to the patient for using NextMD. There are two requirements for enrollment:

When you request enrollment, SETMA will give you a code. An e-mail will be sent to you which will detail how to use the token to set-up your NextMD account. Your NextMD account becomes your own personal health record which is accessible only by you. Your NextMD personal health record is automatically linked to your SETMA-based electronic-medical-record (EMR) chart. The following are some of the things you can do on your account.

Communicating with your healthcare provider

NextMD allows secure, protected and private communication between you and your healthcare provider. You simply log into NextMD and follow the simple instructions to send a message. Because this message is not e-mailed to anyone, but is placed on a secure, password-protected website, it cannot be viewed by anyone but you. Your message will be delivered directly to your healthcare providers workflow for review.

The following is an example of what a message from a patient in NextGen would look like. This may look complex but it is really easy.

This note will be delivered to your healthcare providers EMR workflow. He/she will know that the message is an e-mail communication and that it is from you. Your healthcare provider will respond to your message. The following is what the message would look like.

SETMAs standard will be that every patient e-mail note will be responded to every day. Once the provider responds, you will be sent an e-mail notifying you that you have a response. That message is HIPPA compliant and reveals nothing about your healthcare or health condition. That e-mail will look like this:

You will then log on and read your healthcare providers response. If you have additional questions you just send another note.

The NextMD account is much like a credit card account. Your credit card company will often send you an e-mail to let you know that something is ready for your review but you must then log into the credit-card secure site to view the information. This is a security measure so that un-encrypted information about the patients healthcare is not being sent thru email.

NextMD will also allow you to make online requests for appointments and prescription refills. After logging into their NextMD account, you can view your current medication list and select the medications for which you would like to request a refill. The request is then delivered to workflow just as if a pharmacy sent an electronic prescription request. SETMA can approve or deny the refill and a message indicating our response will be sent back to your NextMD account. You will then receive a notification via email that you have received a response to your refill request.

Appointments work very similarly. You can login into NextMD and request an appointment with a provider at a given time or range of time. The request is then sent to the appointments workflow group for scheduling and the patient is notified once the appointment is scheduled.

In the future, we will actually post your healthcare providers appointment schedule which will show his/her availability and you will be able to request a specific appointment. When that request is acceptable, you will receive an e-mail stating that you have an appointment at the time you selected.

NextMD will allow you to complete questionnaires and fill out templates online before coming to the clinic. SETMA can put EMR templates on your personal health record that we create. You can document the reasons for your upcoming visit or any symptoms you may be experiencing. Our clinical staff can then review that template in the exam room with you and make changes to it if necessary and then add it to your medical record for that visit. The following is an example of a template which you could fill out.

Filling Records Request Electronically

NextMD will allow us to provide information from your EMR record to your NextMD account. For example, if you call to request an immunization record, a nurse can log into your chart, open the immunization record and tell the EMR to push the immunization record to your NextMD account. The next time you access your NextMD account, you will have the document available to view or print if you desire.

We can do this with any document that is generated in the EMR, chart notes, discharge summaries, prescription sheets, transfer of care documents, disease management follow-up notes, etc.

Your personal health record will make available to you:

Your drug-drug allergies, your personal drug allergies

Your Preventive Health Log of what you need and what youve had

Your Screening Health Log of what you need and what youve had

As you become more familiar with this tool, you will be able to study about how to help yourself with your health, what the terms used by healthcare providers mean and what you should do to improve your health. Health resources will be made available to you and alerts will be sent out to you about new opportunities for learning about your health.

This is a new day in healthcare; you are in charge which means you have to be informed, involved and interested. Get your NextMD account set up today. Call SETMA and ask for your access code. We are looking forward to this new opportunity for you and for us.

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Adventism

Seventh Day Adventist Reform Movement

Adventismis a branch of1which was started in theUnited Statesduring theSecond Great AwakeningwhenBaptistpreacherWilliam Millerfirst publicly shared his belief that theSecond ComingofJesus Christwould occur at some point between 1843 and 1844.

The name refers to belief in the imminentSecond Coming (or Second Advent) of Jesus ChristWilliam Millerstarted the Adventist movement in the 1830s. His followers became known asMillerites. After theGreat Disappointment, the Millerite movement split up and was continued by a number of groups that held different views from one another. These groups, stemming from a common Millerite ancestor, became known collectively as the Adventist movement.

Although the Adventist churches hold much in common, theirtheologiesdiffer on whether theintermediate stateof the dead isunconscious sleepor consciousness, whether the ultimate punishment of the wicked isannihilationor eternal torment, the nature of immortality, whether the wicked are resurrected after the millennium, and whether the sanctuary of Daniel 8 refers to the one inheavenor one on earth.1The movement has encouraged the examination of the wholeBible, leading Seventh-day Adventists and some smaller Adventist groups to observe theSabbath. TheGeneral Conference of Seventh-day Adventistshas compiled that churchs core beliefs inthe 28 Fundamental Beliefs(1980 and 2005), which use Biblical references as justification.

In 2010, Adventism claimed some 22 million believers scattered in various independent churches.2The largest church within the movementtheSeventh-day Adventist Churchhad more than 19 million baptized members in 2015.34

Adventism began as an inter-denominational movement. Its most vocal leader was William Miller. Between 50,000 and 100,000 people in the United States supported Millers predictions of Christs return. After theGreat Disappointmentof October 22, 1844, many people in the movement gave up on Adventism. Of those remaining Adventist, the majority gave up believing in any prophetic (biblical) significance for the October 22 date, yet they remained expectant of the near Advent (second comingof Jesus).15

Of those who retained the October 22 date, many maintained that Jesus had come not literally but spiritually, and consequently were known as spiritualizers. A small minority held that something concrete had indeed happened on October 22, but this event had been misinterpreted. This viewpoint later emerged and crystallized with the Seventh-day Adventist Church, the largest remaining body today.15

The Albany Conference in 1845, attended by 61 delegates, was called to attempt to determine the future course and meaning of the Millerite movement. Following this meeting, the Millerites then became known as Adventists or Second Adventists. However, the delegates disagreed on several theological points. Four groups emerged from the conference: The Evangelical Adventists, The Life and Advent Union, theAdvent Christian Church, and theSeventh-day Adventist Church.

The largest group was organized as the American Millennial Association, a portion of which was later known as the Evangelical Adventist Church.1Unique among the Adventists, they believed in an eternal hell and consciousness in death. They declined in numbers, and by 1916 their name did not appear in the United States Census of Religious Bodies. It has diminished to almost non-existence today. Their main publication was theAdvent Herald,6of whichSylvester Blisswas the editor until his death in 1863. It was later called theMessiahs Herald.

The Life and Advent Union was founded byGeorge Storrsin 1863. He had establishedThe Bible Examinerin 1842. It merged with the Adventist Christian Church in 1964.

TheAdvent Christian Churchofficially formed in 1861 grew rapidly at first. It declined a little during the 20th century. The Advent Christians publish the four magazinesThe Advent Christian Witness,Advent Christian News,Advent Christian MissionsandMaranatha. They also operate a liberal arts college at Aurora, Illinois; and a one-year Bible College in Lenox, Massachusetts, called Berkshire Institute for Christian Studies.7The Primitive Advent Christian Church later separated from a few congregations in West Virginia.

TheSeventh-day Adventist Churchofficially formed in 1863. It believes in the sanctity of the seventh-day Sabbath as a holy day for worship. It published theAdventist Review, Kids Review, and Sabbath Herald. It has grown to a large worldwide denomination and has a significant network of medical and educational institutions.

Miller did not join any of the movements, and he spent the last few years of his life working for unity, before dying in 1849.

TheHandbook of Denominations in the United States, 12th ed., describes the following churches as Adventist and Sabbatarian (Hebraic) Churches:

The Christadelphians were founded in 1844 by John Thomas and had an estimated 25,000 members in 170 ecclesias, or churches, in 2000 in America.

TheAdvent Christian Churchwas founded in 1860 and had 25,277 members in 302 churches in 2002 in America. It is a first-day body of Adventist Christians founded on the teachings of William Miller. It adopted the conditional immortality views of Charles F. Hudson andGeorge Storrswho formed the Advent Christian Association inSalem, Massachusetts, in 1860.

ThePrimitive Advent Christian Churchis a small group which separated from the Advent Christian Church. It differs from the parent body mainly on two points. Its members observe foot washing as a rite of the church, and they teach that reclaimed backsliders should be baptized (even though they had formerly been baptized). This is sometimes referred to as rebaptism.

TheSeventh-day Adventist Church, founded in 1863, had over 19,500,000 baptized members (not counting children of members) worldwide as of June 2016.8It is best known for its teaching that Saturday, the seventh day of the week, is theSabbathand is the appropriate day for worship. However, it is the second coming of Jesus Christ along with the Judgement day, based on the three angels message in Revelation 14:613, that is the main doctrine of SDA.

TheSeventh Day Adventist Reform Movementis a small offshoot with an unknown number of members from theSeventh-day Adventist Churchcaused by disagreement over military service on the Sabbath day duringWorld War I.

TheDavidians(originally namedShepherds Rod) is a small offshoot with an unknown number of members made up primarily of voluntarily disfellowshipped members of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. They were originally known as the Shepherds Rod and are still sometimes referred to as such. The group derives its name from two books on Bible doctrine written by its founder,Victor Houteff, in 1929.

TheBranch Davidianswere a split (branch) from the Davidians.

A group that gathered aroundDavid Koresh(the so-calledKoreshians) abandoned Davidian teachings and turned into areligious cult. Many of them were killed during the infamousWaco Siegeof April 1993.

TheChurch of God (Seventh-Day)was founded in 1863 and it had an estimated 11,000 members in 185 churches in 1999 in America. Its founding members separated in 1858 from those Adventists associated withEllen G. Whitewho later organized themselves as Seventh-day Adventists in 1863. The Church of God (Seventh Day) split in 1933, creating two bodies: one headquartered in Salem, West Virginia, and known as theChurch of God (7th day) Salem Conferenceand the other one headquartered in Denver, Colorado and known as theGeneral Conference of the Church of God (Seventh-Day). TheWorldwide Church of Godsplintered from this.9

TheChurch of God and Saints of Christwas founded in 1896 and had an estimated 40,000 members in approximately 200 congregations in 1999 in America.

Many denominations known asChurch of Godhave Adventist origins.

TheChurch of God General Conferencewas founded in 1921 and had 7,634 members in 162 churches in 2004 in America. It is an Adventist Christian body which is also known as theChurch of God of the Abrahamic Faithand theChurch of God General Conference (Morrow, GA).

Creation Seventh Day Adventist Church

TheUnited Seventh-Day Brethrenis a small Sabbatarian Adventist body. In 1947, several individuals and two independent congregations within the Church of God Adventist movement formed theUnited Seventh-Day Brethren, seeking to increase fellowship and to combine their efforts in evangelism, publications, and other .

At least two denominations and numerous individual churches with acharismaticorPentecostal-type bent have been influenced by or were offshoots see

United Sabbath-Day Adventist Church

, anAfrican-Americanoffshoot of the Seventh-day Adventist Church inNew York City

, a Christian communal town nearLaporteinSullivan CountyPennsylvania, founded by Millerite Peter E. Armstrong. It disintegrated before the end of the 19th century

TheBible Students movementfounded byCharles Taze Russellhad in its early development close connections with the Millerite movement and stalwarts of the Adventist faith, including George Storrs andJoseph Seiss. The various groupings of independent Bible Students has currently have a cumulative membership about less than 20,000 worldwide. Although bothJehovahs Witnessesand Bible Students do not categorize themselves as part of the Millerite Adventist movement (or other denominations, in general), some theologians do categorize the group and schisms as Millerite Adventist because of its teachings regarding an imminent Second Coming and use of specific dates. As of January 2014 there are approximately 8 million Jehovahs Witnesses worldwide.

Mead, Frank S; Hill, Samuel S; Atwood, Craig D. Adventist and Sabbatarian (Hebraic) Churches.

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Zylstra, Sarah Eekhoff.The Season of Adventists: Can Ben Carsons Church Stay Separatist amid Booming Growth?

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For more than 60 years, Elmhurst Clinic has established itself as one of the leading multi-specialty medical groups in DuPage County, providing primary care and a range of specialty care for your entire family.

Our staff and physicians put patients first. We have your best interests at heart, and we strive to exceed your expectations. We offer 11 convenient locations designed to provide a one-stop-shop for your healthcare needs. We understand that illnesses or injuries dont happen during the week between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m., which is why we offer same day, evening and weekend appointments.

We put you in the drivers seat when it come to your healthcare by providing convenient kiosk check-in counters and24/7 access to your medical records throughMyChart.

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Elmhurst Clinic also provides specialty care in the following areas:

Elmhurst Clinic provides cardiology services through Advocate Midwest Heart. To learn more about the physicians that provide care at Elmhurst Clinic view their individual profiles:Lawrence Barr, MD;Michael Brottman, MD;Apoor Gami, MD;Elmer Murdock, MD,Pratik Parikh, MDandMarie Wadas, MD.

Orthopedic services for Elmhurst Clinic are provided by DuPage Medical Group. To learn more about the physicians that provide care at Elmhurst Clinic view their individual profiles:Gregory H. Dairyko, MD;Christine Ibrahim, MD;Joanne E. Labriola, MD;Ernest B. Lindell, MD;John L Reilly MDandVijay Thangamani, MD.

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If you are unable to keep your scheduled appointment or if you need to reschedule, please notify us at least 24 hours in advance. Provide the name of your physician and the date and time of your appointment. If we do not receive notice to cancel your scheduled appointment at least 24 hours in advance, our providers charge a $25 missed appointment fee.

How do I get my prescriptions refilled?

In order to best serve your needs, please call for prescription refills before your supply runs out, or call your pharmacy with the name of the medication you need and ask them to send a request to us electronically. This method is the most efficient and will allow us to process your refill quickly. If your pharmacy is unable to send electronically, they will fax your request. Calling the pharmacy for your refill expedites the refill process. Prescription requests can also be completed by usingMyChart.

How do I notify my doctor in an emergency?

In the event of an emergency, please proceed directly to the Emergency Department at Elmhurst Hospital, located at the corner of York Street and Roosevelt Road, 155 E. Brush Hill Road Elmhurst, IL 60126. The ER phone number is.

The Emergency Department physician will notify us directly, and we will help make the appropriate decisions regarding your care.

How do I get a copy of my medical records?

If you or your family would like to send a compliment or are concerned with your care or service, you may call us at.

This is an Elmhurst Memorial Hospital outpatient clinic. It is important to note that you or your insurance carrier will receive two bills for todays visit that, combined, represent the total cost of your visit. One bill will be for the professional or clinical fees from the visit and the other bill will be for the facility fee of your visit. These bills will be mailed separately and may not be received at the same time. If you have any questions or need assistance regarding your charges, please call the phone number listed on the bill.

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Kerrigan Family Medical Group offers the most advanced medical care available for your entire family. At Kerrigan Family Medical Group, our goal is to treat you, our patients, as we would treat our own family. That is why we provide a warm and friendly atmosphere with our comfortable waiting room, flat screen television, charming outdoor patio, relaxing water fountain and our refreshment bar.

From pediatrics to geriatrics, we offer a full array of medical services including comprehensive exams, well woman exams, cortisone injections, wart removal, skin tag removal and much more. Our highly qualifieddoctors and staffuse the most advanced technologies available, in order to provide you with optimal care.

At Kerrigan Family Medical Group, we proudly offer NextMD, an internet based lab results and patient service. WebMD allows you to receive private, accurate and timely results in the privacy of your own home. Tired of waiting for other medical offices to get back to you with your lab results? With NextMD, there is no need to call our office. Simply log on and obtain your results.

We are conveniently located in Palm Desert, California at 42-575 Washington Street near the intersection of Washington Street and Avenue of the States. Our regular office hours are Monday through Friday 8 am to 5 pm with Urgent Care hours available Saturday and Sunday as well. Our other location is Shadow Hills 82900 Ave 42, Unit G-101, Indio, CA 92203 Phone:

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Thank you for visiting our website and we look forward to providing you with the highest quality care that you deserve. To make an appointment please call(760) 360-0333and our friendly staff will be happy to assist you in finding a convenient time for you to see one of our knowledgeable physicians.

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Joslin Diabetes Center dedicated to conquering diabetes in all of its forms is the global leader in diabetes research, care and education. Joslin research is at the forefront of discovery aimed at preventing and curing diabetes. The Joslin clinic develops innovative patient therapies that immeasurably improve the lives of people with diabetes. Joslin is an independent, non-profit institution affiliated with Harvard Medical School, and one of only 11 NIH-designated Diabetes Research Centers in the U.S.

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Physicians are World Institute of Pain Fellows

Physicians conduct research and publish

Physicians have received numerous international, national, state awards, and local recognition for their contributions and service in our community

Physicians are active in state and local politics

received the Lee County Medical Societys

2016 Physician Award for Citizenship and Community Service

If you are a patient, have a password (token), and have already created a Patient Portal account, just CLICK HERE to connect to NextMD.

If you are currently a patient, but you

a password (a token) to create a Patient Portal account,  please obtain a token by calling APMSS or obtaining a password at your next visit. Then you can easily connect to NextMD anytime!

8255 College Parkway, Suite 200, Fort Myers, FL 33919

Located in South Fort Myers on College Parkway between Winkler Road & Whiskey Creek Parkway