Currently, scheduled meds (with reminders) require you to either "take" the med or "miss" a dose.
It would be helpful to have an option to skip a med. Here are a few reasons:
— Don't need to take the dose (symptoms in control)
— Away from med/need to take later
— Need a refill (ran out)
— Having side effects
Marking the med as "skipped", followed by a "reason for skipping the med" would help track honest adherence and provide more accurate info for the doctor.56 votes
I don’t always take my meds as soon as the reminder comes on. I would like a snooze button that I could tap and then 10 or 15 minutes later the reminder would come up again.
If you still haven't marked the med as "taken" when the snooze reminder alerts you, the snooze reminder would continue to alert you until the med is taken.74 votes
It would be great if after I confirm taking my meds that my wife (or whoever) received a push notification that I had taken them.1 vote
You already appear to have the pharmaceuticals. It would be even better if you could just work with bloodwork facilities to identify diseases and recommendation prescriptions to treat them. I read once that is an ideal medical business style. It’s an idealistic medical practice. Just send patients for bloodwork to identify patients and their viruses. Then have the pharmaceuticals businesses supply prescriptions.1 vote
Add the ability for the app to auto-deduct the quantity of pills/Meds taken on a particular day. This can help for both tracking refills (adds redundancy to existing refill reminder) and also for security purposes (individuals from taking meds that don't belong to them). The later is a must for caretakers entrusting loved ones to the hands of others.525 votes
There should be a way to create a printable medication allergy list with a spot for reactions just like the current meds list. This information is requested 100% of the time you fill out a set of paperwork for a doctors visit and is vital as taking a medication you are allergic to can be deadly.20 votes
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