Patient-Generated Events 

Learn how patients can complete screenings and exchange documents with care coordinators using the Get Your Health Record application. 

Step 1. 

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The patient will login to their 

Step 2. 

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Once logged in, the patient will select the Things to Complete tab found on the navigation bar. 

Step 3. 

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Click on the Start button to complete the Social Determinants of Health questionnaire. 

Step 4. 

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Complete and answer all of the screening questions

Step 5. 

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Before saving the questionnaire, patients have the option to upload document(s) that may be shared to the healthcare team. 

Step 6. 

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Once the questionnaire is complete, click Save

Step 7. 

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Once a screening has been saved, it will be saved in the Your Health history. The link can be found on the Things to Complete page. 

 **  Screenings that have not been fully completed will still display under the Things to Complete Your Health section. 

Step 8. 

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Back in the Health Endeavors portal, the saved screening will become a Patient-Generated Event. 

Step 7. 

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Login to Health Endeavors and proceed to the Patient Master Dashboard --> Calendar View. Events will generate on the follow-up the day in which the screening was saved. 

Step 8. 

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Login to Health Endeavors and proceed to the Patient Master Dashboard --> Calendar View. Events will generate on the follow-up the day in which the screening was saved. 

Step 8. 

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From the Calendar View, double click on the patients name to be taken to their view events page where you may view the patient-generated screening details. 

Step 9. 

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Service partners may upload documents to patient-generated events by clicking the upload button. Patients can then view the shared document in their Get Your Health Record Your Health history