Welcome to the Medical University of South Carolina Physician Portal. Here you will find tools that will make it easier to work with MUSC, including:
MUSC sponsors approved licensed providers and their staff with secure electronic access to review select portions of their patients' medical records through MUSC Health CareLink.
If you are a provider referring patients to MUSC, you may request access to MUSC Health CareLink.
Information to get you started with MUSC Health CareLink.
Learn about MUSC Health CareLink, what type of information is available and what it can do for you.
To be able to access MUSC Health CareLink, your system must meet the minimum system requirements outlined in the system requirements page.
Use MUSC Health CareLink if you already have a user ID and password to access your patients' records.
We provide several tools to help physicians in the community refer a patient to MUSC:
Complete this form online and attach documents as needed to request a referral for your patient to MUSC. An MUSC representative will contact you within one business day regarding your request.
Several departments and clinics have customized referral forms which can be downloaded from our site and returned by fax to MUSC Health, as an alternative to using the online referral form.
Step-by-step instructions for obtaining patient records from MUSC's Health Information Services.
A call to MEDULINE (843-792-2200 or 800-922-5250) connects you with MUSC faculty members who are widely recognized as experts in their fields and can provide specialized advice and care.
The primary goal of the SC2 program is to increase access to disease specific and primary care for all persons in South Carolina living with sickle cell disease
This program's goals are to enable health care providers to treat obesity as a disease and bill accordingly. Ultimately this will help reduce obesity rates in our state and improve health outcomes. Learn how you can refer your patients to this program.
MEDUCARE Medical Transport Service is available for referred patients who need immediate medical intervention as a result of severe, life-threatening or potentially disabling conditions.
Clinical trials, also called clinical studies or research studies, are managed by government agencies, educational institutions, private not-for-profit organizations, or commercial businesses, to develop, produce, and evaluate the effectiveness of new treatments and therapies for diseases.
New trials are added on a routine basis, and many clinical trials accept only a limited number of participants. If you are interested in treatment for a specific condition, search our clinical trials database often in order to review your options.
We strive to support physicians by providing exemplary educational activities which teach evidence-based practices and identify new and emerging health care needs so that, through education, we can significantly improve health. Information is available on upcoming conferences, workshops, grand rounds, case conferences and web based CME. Resources are provided to assist physicians and other healthcare professionals in the care of their patients. For information please call the Office of Continuing Medical Education at 843-876-1925.
The MUSC College of Medicine offers physicians an opportunity to view videos of recent Grand Round sessions. These online activities have been approved for AMA PRA Category 1 creditTM.
Progressnotes, an MUSC Health publication, now offers AMA PRA Category 1 creditTM on select articles.
Find out what's happening at MUSC.
The SCHOOLS videoconferencing system provides interactive programming for healthcare providers and community members across South Carolina.
Please use this section of our website to find information on our programs or to look up information on one of our physicians.
MUSC Health's online directory of physicians and health care providers. Search for an MUSC Health physician by name, specialty, special interest, and/or city.
MUSC Health offers a physician directory which can be printed by individual specialty or in its entirety.
Information and tools for pediatric referring physicians.
Convenient and helpful access to physicians and nurses.
Online clinical information for S.C. physicians, developed by the reference librarians of MUSC.
MUSC Health's publication for physicians, keeping you up-to-date on the latest programs and advances at MUSC.
The Ethics Consultation Service is a multi-professional group composed of nurses, physicians, chaplains, community representatives, an attorney, and other clinicians. The different options for treatment can sometimes make decision-making difficult for patients, families, and the healthcare team, and the ECS can help.
Here's a comprehensive list of the insurance plans that include MUSC Health in the network.
The goal of the Value Institute is to improve the care delivered by clinicians through the creation of evidence-based guidelines (MUSC Ideal Care Plans) and decision tools (EHR order sets).