4.7
157 reviews
50K+
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

MyCHOP is a secure system that allows you to access your child’s medical record and health information online and communicate easily with your care providers from your computer, tablet or iPhone. To use MyCHOP, please request an access code from your doctor’s office. Once you have a code, visit mychop.chop.edu to create your account.
Updated on
Nov 9, 2021

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4.7
157 reviews
Laura Crouthamel
August 15, 2022
I have 3 children in this app and it makes everything so easy to keep track of everything! (well if their providers are within the chop system) My son just had an xray and I could see the image and report on my app before leaving the office. His eye doctor isn't with chop and the notes that are sent to chop won't show up in the app and my pediatrician doesn't know how to find them within the system. I was encouraged to see a chop Ophthalmologist so it's easier to find the latest records.
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C S
September 29, 2020
Another forced app. The website uses ActiveX like we're still in the 1990s, so it doesn't work with any modern system. The app is blocked from installing on Chromebooks which support any other Android apps. They just need a modern, functional website which would render this app completely useless.
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Jennifer Brock
June 2, 2021
App is helpful for specific issues. But support is TERRIBLE. You can NEVER speak directly to a tech support person. I went around and around when I was trying to get permissions for our special needs daughter because I'm her legal guardian. Also, CHOP provides medical care for some of the sickest kids and most complicated case in the world. We need to be able to talk to a provider rather than just to see test results or to send a message. I realize that's old fashioned. But technology doesn't make everything better when the subjects are human beings trying to cope with difficult and serious health problems. Bigger and efficient is not always better. Institutions need to remember that people are not always best served by just providing information. They require humanity.
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Minor bug fixes