Add Ability to Color Code / Sort Med List Manually
Be able to color code meds. Temp like antibiotics or Pain or yeast. Make your own key. Orange temp anti; Betty Roan
Add a freeform field on the medication page for time of day taken. Then, allow the list to be sorted by field of choice - name of medication, where it comes from, time of day, etc. Some uses of the medication list are best supported by one sort, others by another. This would support entering data once and using it in multiple ways.
Thanks for considering.
This is where a way to customize it to the patient would be a great tool. This way someone could to an alphabetical way, ascending way, descending way, by type, doctor prescribing, etc. Just give the options and let them take it from there. All you at CareZone would have to do, is send out a survey or questionnaire asking what customizable subjects your customers would want.
Peggy Duncan Drake commented
A method to be able to sort meds by different fields would be so awesome.
JOELLEN JARVI commented
Personally, I like the alphabetic order. It's easier for me.
The way I list my medications or by morning, Noon, evening, and night. It's about the only way I can keep up with it being a have quite a few.
Micheal W Love commented
Yes , a sort on "What it's for?" would help and a sort on "prescribed by" so that you could group by Dr. That would be awesome!!
it would be great to enter & list meds in the order put in meds_boxes (or by type of med; ie, pain relief, digestive, immunos, etc), rather than alphabetically...
Sarah Wanger commented
The medication list is alphabetical. However, on the daily meds schecule, prn medications appear to be in the order I added them rather than alphabetical. Alphebatizing these would make it much easier to find one when trying to mark it taken.
Peggy Duncan Drake commented
Would be nice to have have an over the counter designation (OTC) also.
Joseph Betty commented
Perhaps other people's docotor's or nurses don't know the difference in medications (scary!) but all of my regional ones do and they always ask me to give them vitamins separate from other medications. Being able to group vitamins separate from other under the counter drugs would be very helpful. Even being able to set groups based on a purpose might be helpful.Please make the group names customizable, that way we can name them whatever we want.
Kendal Kay Neill commented
Option to sort meds by alpha, all doctors and alpha by each (different) doctor. Love this app!
Rita Frank commented
They're all technically medication from medical community standpoint & ALWAYS need to be reported whether vitamin, mineral, over the counter supplement especially if from store selling specialty items a big one currently HCG, but many supplements interact with medications, or are contaminated with medications that are made in same plant despite manufacturers stating they're safe none are regulated & tested in any means. PLEASE NOTE REASON THESE NEED TO BE LISTED AS MEDICATIONS MOST DR's DON'T KNOW WHAT THEY DO NOR DO PHARMACISTS & FOR YOUR SAFETY THEY MUST LOOK THEM UP ESPECIALLY IF YOU'RE HAVING SURGERY OR A PROCEDURE AS THEY INTERACT WITH ANESTHESIA &CAN KILL AN INDIVIDUAL SO THEY'RE ALWAYS MEDICATIONS
Peter Dominy commented
Need to be able to sort throughout all the screens.....
Teresa T. Davis commented
Would be great to have an Icon to identify vitamins and supplements quickly. Or better yet a separate section. I currently have the vitamins listed with a "ZZZ" in front of the name of the vitamin so it will put them at the bottom of the list, so they will not be intertwined with the prescription drugs.
Kayley Anne Olund commented
Would also be nice that when you fill the fields of what it is used for like asthma you can choose to
Katherine Perry commented
I have different types of medication
1) active taking every day
2) active take rarely/as needed
Cholesterol medication is taken every day
Ibs medication is taken rarely when needed. Sometimes I can go months between taking is. It's active but I don't need it in my face
Old cholesterol medication that I had a reaction to. No longer active but I want it in the list
So Dr asks what meds I am on I pop open the screen and say 'ok these three I take every day, that one i use rarely but it's there if I needed it and those I used but don't use any more.'
Al McRae commented
If you number your prescription drugs they will appear in the order you number them at the top of the list. example (1 Lisinopril), (2Omeprazole) etc.
Suellen G Stewart commented
The list really should be sortable so that the major meds. appear at the top. By the time a provider looks at 20 other things you are taking, the one that really rules your life might not pop. A GROUPING option would be great!