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referrals for outpatient and ancillary services Access to scheduled appointments, medications,
allergies and outpatient & inpatient notes (including admissions, discharges and
emergency services) Helps with CMS Meaningful Use and patient-centered
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Positive emotions don't just feel good, they're good for your health. Find out more
This section has audio and video files that can help you unwind and reduce stress.
Learn all about feelings -- good and bad -- in this section.
Just as our bodies grow and mature, another natural part of our development is discovering
and learning who we are. So how do we “find ourselves”? Where does identity come from?
This section provides some answers.
Mind for Teens
Being healthy means dealing with the changes in your body - and your mind. Relationships,
body image, families, emotions ... sort it all out in this section.
Spend time with people who are nice to you. Here's how to tell when someone is being
nice, or being mean.
What makes people happy? How can you boost your own happiness? This site has information
and exercises based on the science of positive psychology to help you succeed, make
a difference, handle difficult emotions, and build good relationship skills.
Knowing what to say comes naturally for some people, but others need some help. Here’s
advice for teens who want to learn how to get along with people.
You might want to make new friends, but aren’t sure how to do it. This article for
teens with autism can help.