Research Nutrition Test Result Portal Now Available

Practitioners can now access their patients test results by simply logging in to Research Nutrition’s practitioner website. All results received from the 1st October 2016 will be accessible.

Each practitioner’s Test Result Portal can be accessed 24/7 via the Practitioner Access section of the website and lists their latest test results on the main dashboard. There is also the option to search by typing in the patient’s name.

“Research Nutrition are constantly striving to improve our systems and satisfy practitioners requirements in this growing industry – as such, we are pleased to offer this portal to improve efficiency for practitioners”

said Allissa Collier, National Sales Manager for Research Nutrition.

The Test Result Portal is automatically available to all Research Nutrition registered practitioners and is accessible using the same website login. A condition of accessing the portal is a password change (for security) and answering a few questions regarding preferences. Practitioners can choose to download their results or keep them stored in their portal for fast and easy access.

How the Portal Works

  1. Research Nutrition upload the results to the portal on the same day that they become available from the lab.
  2. The practitioner is notified by email with a link to their portal to view or download the results.

Research Nutrition will continue to mail the results to those who request this service.

Portal Security

Research Nutrition utilise the service of Amazon S3, which provides guaranteed secure cloud storage.  Test Results stored in Amazon are encrypted and not directly accessible as a new link is generated every few minutes for the PDF to avoid possible leak of information.

You can read more on this technology here.

To view your results dashboard, click here. (Note, only results received from the 1st October 2016 will be visible). For any questions regarding your portal, please email support@researchnutrition.com.au

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