HemaGo is a smart, discreet mobile tool that helps you manage life with a bleeding disorder from your mobile device or personal computer. HemaGo was developed by Novo Nordisk and created in partnership with people living with bleeding disorders and parents of children with bleeding disorders to help you more easily track the important details of your life and treatment.
When you make HemaGo a part of your management plan, you can conveniently maintain accurate, up-to-date records of your or your child’s bleeding disorder and work closely with your care team to make decisions that meet your individual needs.
Right from your mobile device or computer, HemaGo lets you:
•Manage details about treatments, bleeds, and more for one or more patient profiles from your mobile device or computer
•Track when and how much factor or support medication was used and the reason for each infusion
•Record type, location, duration, frequency, and status of bleeds
•Log life experiences, such as pain and health scores or how a bleeding disorder has impacted work, school, or other activities
Track your life and plan your future with HemaGo. Download this free app now.
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Ratings and Reviews
Great idea, keeps crashing
I love the idea that this app offers to track life events. However the app keeps crashing as I attempt to login. I keep installing and the uninstalling but still the issues persist. Another drawback is the security feature that requests you to log into the the app every-time you open it. The execution of this app needs work.
Promising concept, usability fail
The app requires you to log in every time it's opened, making it very cumbersome to use. I shouldn't have to tap more than 4-5 times to log an infusion, but in this app it takes 39 (including login). That's too much effort for an app designed to be used multiple times a day.
The app is also averse to empty fields, so the user is required to enter information that may be irrelevant.
Finally, the user has to click through a legal disclaimer every time they make an entry. That is unnecessary effort that adds up over time, and only benefits the developer.
On the plus side, I did like the pain slider. I think it captures the experience of chronic joint pain better than a bleed/no bleed system.
The version history indicates that there used to be a "remember me" option to avoid repeated logins. That apparently disappeared at some point, maybe it will return in future versions.
Great app for keeping track of injections/bleeds/quality of life. You can even attach pictures. It's difficult to remember different events after time has passed, but this definitley helps. Some improvements that would be nice: 1)Ability to create reports on the web browser with a custom date range. (More than one year out) .... and 2) Ability to export all the data into a spreadsheet.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.