News About accessCHOA

The Look of accessCHOA Has Changed

(April 22, 2014)

Although the layout is noticeably different, you shouldn’t have any issues navigating through the application just as you always have. A couple of things that did change: 

  • “First Access” is referred to as “Add a Patient to My List.” 
  • In-basket notifications are automatically set up without the need to manually create them.

Please contact the Solution Center at 404-785-6767 if you are experiencing any technical issues.

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Archived News

  • AccessCHOA: A Fresh Start for 2014 (Dec. 31, 2013)

      Beginning in January, accessCHOA will have a new utility available to help site administrators clean up their existing user lists. If your practice has user logins set up for physicians, clinicians and other individuals no longer with your practice, the new utility allows site administrators to deactivate those records from the existing active user list and protect your information from unauthorized access.

      When the site administrator logs into accessCHOA on or after Jan. 8:

      • A prompt will appear that will walk the administrator through a series of steps to update the user list. 
      • Administrators will have eight weeks to complete the verification process, and Children’s will send a reminder before the end of February to those practices that have not completed the verification process. 
      • Going forward, the accessCHOA security team will set the utility to run every six months.

      Contact Jen Baesman at 404-785-7705 for more information.

  • Children's Opens Pediatric Radiology Center (Dec. 31, 2013)

      Thursday, Nov. 14, Children’s celebrated the grand opening of a pediatric radiology center at its Children’s at Town Center location. This 9,330-square-foot radiology facility offers state-of-the-art equipment featuring low-radiation-dose CT, digital X-ray, 3T MRI, ultrasound, fluoroscopy, a laboratory draw station, and procedural sedation to the children of Cobb and surrounding counties.

  • A New Look for accessCHOA (April 15, 2014)

      The look of accessCHOA is changing, but the functionality will stay the same. Although the layout will be noticeably different, you shouldn’t have any issues navigating through the application just as you always have. A couple of things that did change:

      • “First Access” will be referred to as “Add a Patient to My List”
      • In-basket notifications will be set up automatically without the need to manually create them. This feature will be customizable based on what messages you’d like to receive.

      You can expect the new and improved accessCHOA on April 22, 2014. Contact the Solution Center at 404-785-6767 if you have any questions.

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