MyUPMC: The Easy Way to Connect to Your Health Care

UPMC HealthTrak, the online tool that lets UPMC patients manage their health care needs online, is now part of MyUPMC.

With a single login to MyUPMC, you have access to UPMC HealthTrak functions for viewing lab and test results and communicating with your doctor, UPMC AnywhereCare for round-the-clock online medical visits, UPMC Health Plan, bill paying, and more.

Here is a sample of what you can do on MyUPMC:

Manage Your Health Online

UPMC HealthTrak functions lets you communicate with your doctor’s office and access your medical records anytime, anywhere, through your computer or tablet.

With UPMC HealthTrak functions, you can:

  • Get advice securely from your UPMC doctor’s office
  • View your test results and medical history
  • Renew prescriptions
  • Request appointments
  • Pay bills or ask billing questions
  • Manage your family’s health
  • Track chronic conditions
  • Go mobile with our free app

Get Fast Online Medical Treatment

Feeling under the weather? UPMC AnywhereCare is an enhanced eVisit that was formerly part of UPMC HealthTrak. Get fast, online medical treatment from wherever you are in Pennsylvania…with UPMC AnywhereCare.

With UPMC AnywhereCare, you can:

  • Get 24/7 online medical care, 365 days a year — from wherever you are in Pennsylvania. Treatment for ages 3 and up.
  • Receive a diagnosis and treatment for many common symptoms.
  • Start feeling better fast!

Visit to learn more and sign up today!

Your Health Care Goes Mobile

Get secure access to your health information, even on the go, with the MyUPMC/UPMC HealthTrak mobile app. The free mobile app allows you to:

  • See test results
  • Review medical history and medications
  • Communicate securely with your doctors
  • View upcoming appointments

You must have a MyUPMC account to use the app. New users can create an account online at MyUPMC.

Once you have a MyUPMC account, follow these easy instructions to download the app:

  1. On your Apple or Android device, download the free “Epic MyChart” app.
  2. Once installed, open the application and scroll down to select UPMC HealthTrak.
  3. Log in using your MyUPMC/UPMC HealthTrak username and password.

The app will now open automatically when you select "MyChart."

Visit the Apple App Store or Android App Store to download.

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