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Patient Portal Help
Q: What computer systems can I use to log into the patient portal?
Answer : Currently use of the patient portal is supported in the windows environment only.
A. You can try to use Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome as they are releasing
newer builds of both browsers on the Apple platform but if you continue
to have problems with the portal you may have to consider option B.
B. Mac users can run windows over MAC with Parallels. Further information
is located when clicking the link below.
Q: What browsers in Windows are currently supported for the patient portal ?
1. Internet Explorer 10
2. Internet Explorer 11
3. Google Chrome
4. Mozilla Firefox
To get the best possible experience from the patient portal.
1. Make sure that pop up blocking is turned off in your web browser for
viewing the portal.
2. Make sure any installed antivirus and or anti-spyware solution you
have installed on your computer is not blocking the patient portal. Newer
solutions that protect your computer may not understand what the portal
is and possibly invoke a protective measure against it without your knowledge
when you are logged in.
3. As an added measure you can also add the patient portal to your trusted
sites list which runs a lower security setting.
- Open Internet Explorer
- On the right-hand side of the browser click TOOLS
- In the TOOLS area find\open INTERNET OPTIONS
- At the top of INTERNET OPTION click the SECURITY TAB
- Within the Security Tab click on the green check mark called TRUSTED
- After Trusted Sites is highlighted the SITES button just below and
to the right should now be available -> click/open the SITES BUTTON.
- This opens the list of sites that you are “trusting” to allow access
- At the bottom of the TRUSTED SITES WINDOW there is a box stating – “Require
server verification (https:) for all sites in this zone.”
- Next click within the “Add this website to the zone:” field and type
in the base of the website address in which you are tying to work.
- For Example:
- Click ADD to the right.
- This site should also be shown in the WEBSITES: area.
This option is currently unavailable in Safari.
- Open Firefox internet browser.
- On the top left hand side area on the browser click the FIREFOX BUTTON
that will then show a drop down menu.
- Open Firefox Options and click the SECURITY TAB at the top.
- This may also be found in the TOOLS menu -> OPTIONS -> SECURITY
- Within the Security Tab click on the first (top) EXCEPTIONS BUTTON.
- This opens the list of sites that you are "trusting" to allow access
- Next click within the "Address of website:" field and type in the base
of the website address in which you are tying to work.
- Click ALLOW to the right
- The site should now be shown in the SITE area.
- Open Google Chrome
- On the top right-hand side of the browser click the CUSTOMIZE AND CONTROL
- Or within the address bar type in: chrome://chrome/settings
- This will open a menu -> find and open the SETTINGS option.
- This opens the SETTINGS screen.
- Scroll down to the bottom of the page and CLICK the link “SHOW ADVANCED
- Continue to scroll down the page slowly until you see the PRIVACY
- Under the PRIVACY area click/open the CONTENT SETTINGS.
- This will open a dialogue box in front of the Settings area.
- Under the COOKIES area click MANAGE EXCEPTIONS. In the HOSTNAME PATTERN
field type in the base of the website address in which you are tying to
- For Example:
- The DREAM website base address is
- The eNetColorado base address is
- This help website you are currently on the base address is
- The normal base address can be found by looking at your address
(URL) on the website you are trying to function within and begins at the
http:// and ends at .com or .org or .net or .edu
- Verify that the BEHAVOIR is set to ALLOW