- Your email and password (as always)
- A security code, which we will send to the phone you registered when you created or upgraded your Practice Fusion account.
Once you’ve entered these credentials, your browser will be considered verified.
What is a trusted browser?
A trusted browser is any browser a user has authenticated using a security code sent to the phone they registered. A browser will remain trusted until the user stops using that computer or browser, or deleted their browser cookies.
How do I access my EHR if my phone is lost or stolen?
See more information on options for accessing your EHR if you phone is lost or stolen here.
Is it possible to change my verification phone number?
Yes, you may request to have your practice administrator reset your verification phone number. For more information on this process, see How can I reset a verification phone number?
Who can set up browser trust?
Any user in your practice who has set up password reset by phone can set up browser trust.
What does "Always trust this browser" mean?
Once a browser is considered verified, any user logging in on that browser will only need to enter their email address and password to access the EHR. You should never “Always trust this browser” when using a public computer or browser, we recommend that only computers you use regularly for your practice should always be trusted browsers.
How do I set up browser trust?
When you log in to the EHR from a new browser or computer, you’ll be required to enter two credentials: something you know (a password) and evidence of something you own (a code sent to the phone you have identified).