imarslink patient portal


Engaging patients in the delivery of health care has the potential to improve health outcomes and patient satisfaction. Patient portals may enhance patient engagement by enabling patients to access their electronic medical records (EMRs) and facilitating secure patient-provider communication.

iMARSLINKPatient Portal gives you the security your patients and your practice can depend on.


Doctor-patient interaction outside of the office is often minimal, impersonal, and inadequate. Patients don't have access to their medical and health records, nor do they have interaction with HIPAA Compliance Software tools to collect, track, and share important, up-to-date information about their health or the health of someone in their care. iMARSMED makes it possible for anyone to keep track of their own health records and be compliant with the HIPAA standards. Always accurate, and always up to date. Can you imagine having immediate access to the entire health history of your patients? Even before they come in for a consult?

iMARSLINK, is a “patient-centered” gateway to promote a greater degree of collaboration between clinicians and their patients. iMARSLINK introduces a new model in which healthcare providers partner with their patients to identify and satisfy a full range of needs and preferences. In this scenario, patients are engaged and have full access to up-to-date content and information about their health and treatment plans. The Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project in 2014 reported that “… 69% of U.S. adults track a health indicator for themselves or a loved one.” The California HealthCare Foundation reported that, “Patients pay more attention and become more engaged in their health and medical care when they have easy access to their health information online.”

Patient-Centered Health Records, in broad terms, is a model in which doctors partner with patients and their families to identify and satisfy a full range of needs and preferences. Patients have full access and control over their health and treatment records. The IOM (Institute of Medicine) defines patient-centered care as: "Providing care that is respectful of and responsive to individual patient preferences, needs, and values, and ensuring that patient values guide all clinical decisions."


Embracing social media techniques to build an effective online presence could help doctors reduce workloads by moving interactions that are currently done over the phone or in the office to faster and more convenient online platforms. The connected physician uses his/her website, blogs, social media, etc. as primary channel for connections with patients and new prospects. In the age of “social media”, everyone is following someone or something, it is imperative that they should be able to follow their own health as well. With convenient access to providers, labs, smart wearables and health records one is always following their own health.

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