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MedCoach Medication Reminder

By GreatCall, Inc.

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Description

MedCoach is an easy-to-use medical app that helps you remember to take your medications and pills at the right time and day. Never forget to take your meds! MedCoach can also connect to your pharmacy to refill your prescriptions. MedCoach is medication management and a medication reminder made easy!

Features:

•Personal medication schedule
•Pill reminders and alerts when it's time to take your medications
•Log the pills you took
•Connect to your pharmacy to refill prescriptions
•Create a list of your medications for your doctor or health provider
•Look up pill and drug information


Highlights:
•Simple and easy to use
•Reliable alarm function
•Low battery usage
•Set multiple daily alarms
•Set multiple daily doses
•Automatic refill reminders
•Medicine details and information available
•Your data is backed up automatically

What's New in Version 1.10

Various bug fixes.

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Customer Reviews

So frustrating!!

I've previously written a review with my complaints, but I have now discovered that I cannot edit a medications quantity without also altering the entire history of what I have taken.
Example: I used to take one of a particular pill twice a day. That has changed per my doctor's recommendations to taking two pills now twice today if I see fit. I have the autonomy to make that change myself, however, I must have two separate entries in the app in order to use it that way. There is no good way to correctly correlate the quantity left of a particular medication when there are multiple entries being used to track the taking of it. This is a very frustrating app… Especially since it's the best I have found so far and is so fraught with these problems.

Best I've found so far

I can't schedule a one off ahead of time (for example taking premed a for a scan), I can take a batch (ex morning Meds) all at once if it's not the "Just taken" or "as shown" option. If I want an accurate log I must enter the odd time for each one individually. This is a problem. It also doesn't provide an alarm function of some sort. These are all important functions!! I'll keep using until I find something better or (hopefully) this one is improved with updates.
I would also like to be able to see my upcoming schedule.

Seems like the best app out there

I use this app everyday and have been for almost a year. I tried the others and this just worked for me. Because this app no longer seems to be supported I'm searching for a new app.

Update:
This app is at least 2 updates behind. This app needs a display update (Retina) for the iPhone 6 Plus. Presently the displays appears to be low resolution.
Next; when I do a 'refresh' (presumably to send my data to somewhere) the amounts of some of the medications is changed, usually to some lesser amount by about 3.

With ios 9.2.1 alarms for reminding me to take a med, no longer work.

MedCoach Medication Reminder
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  • Free
  • Category: Medical
  • Updated:
  • Version: 1.10
  • Size: 7.3 MB
  • Language: English
  • Seller:
Rated 12+ for the following:
  • Infrequent/Mild Medical/Treatment Information
  • Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References

Compatibility: Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

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