Welcome to the Patient Portal. In order for you to register your child(ren), send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org informing us of the email address you prefer on the account and your child(ren)'s name(s). Within 24-48 hours you will receive a response confirming the registration and a temporary password. Upon your initial login, you will be asked to create a new password.
Once you have registered you will be able to print your child's immunization records, growth chart, even their recent visit history.
When you log in you will pick the child's name that you want to look at and click Patient Information on the top bar. From here the different info is listed under Options on the left side of the screen,
If you have further questions you can email the office from the website or call the office and leave a message for the business office, we will try to return your call or answer your email in 24-48 hours.
For questions on how to use this website, please see the Help section.
This Patient Portal is provided by Pediatric and Adolescent Care for the exclusive use of its patients and authorized parents, legal guardians, and other caregivers. By logging in, you attest that you are a member of one of the aforementioned groups and will use any confidential medical information that is disclosed to you only for its intended purposes. Any other use is strictly forbidden. If you believe that the security of your account has been compromised, please notify us immediately so we can reset your credentials.
The Affordable Care Act and Private Health Insurance Policies Update
2017 enrollment for health insurance policies on the Oklahoma healthcare exchange begins on November 1, 2016. Dramatic changes in pricing and selection should motivate patients and families to start planning now.
United Healthcare is leaving the Oklahoma exchange at the end of 2016. Aetna's plan to join the exchange in 2017 has been cancelled. Blue Cross will continue to sell its Advantage plan through the exchange. Pediatric & Adolescent Care is not contracted with the Blue Cross Advantage plan, so Advantage plan patients will incur out-of-network fees to see PAC doctors. (PAC will continue to participate with many other Blue Cross policies.) Another disappointment, the pricing of the Advantage plan is projected to increase by 43% for 2017.
The bottom line: Blue Cross Advantage will be the only Oklahoma Heath Care Exchange offering in 2017, it will be significantly more expensive than in 2016 and it will not feature PAC as an in-network provider.
Bear in mind, private health insurance policies are still available outside of the heath care exchange. Community Care HMO offers one such plan which many of patients have found to be advantageous. PAC is contracted with the private CCHMO policy.
Please do not hesitate to contact our business office as you navigate your way through insurance decisions. We are happy to assist you in understanding your private plan, the health care exchange or even employer sponsored policies.
The physicians of Pediatric and Adolescent Care are committed to providing safe and effective medical care to your child with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). We follow the guidelines of the American Academy of Pediatrics and within the legal guidelines of the (Federal) Drug Enforcement Administration and the Oklahoma State Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs.
We have recently had problems with CVS refusing to fill the prescriptions for the class II medications for our patients because the prescriptions are not printed on tamper proof paper. This is apparently a policy of CVS Pharmacies and is NOT mandatory by law at this time. Therefore, we are asking you to take your prescriptions to a different pharmacy to have the class II prescription filled. We apologize for any inconvenience and are working towards resolving the issue.