Finding what you are looking for
Setting Up MyHealth Records
Managing your MyHealth Records Account
Closing Your Account
Sharing Your Records
Problems with Tools
Understanding health content
Types of content
Using MyHealth Records
Digital Assistant (Chatbot)
Home Page Redesign
Understanding MyHealth Records Tools
Results, Reports and Readings
Tools and Settings
Getting information into your MyHealth Records
For Healthcare Providers
Diagnostic Imaging Reports
Understanding security & privacy
Access to my information
How to keep your information private and secure
Understanding MyHealth Records User Agreement
Your MyAlberta Digital ID has a feature called "Identity Verification". When you verify your digital identity, you are proving that you are who you say you are. This important step keeps your health information private and secure. Only Alberta residents can verify their Digital ID.
Make sure to verify your MyAlberta Digital ID within 30 days of your sign up to continue getting up-to-date Alberta lab results, medication, and immunization information in MyHealth Records. This is the final step of the identity verification process.
Learn more about
MyAlberta Digital ID and verifying your identity.
Account Set-up Guide for more information on setting up your MyHealth Records account.
You can delete any information you've entered into your health record. You can also close your MyHealth Records account at any time.
If you want to delete records:
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