Med Helper Pill Reminder

Med Helper Pill Reminder
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MedHelper is a comprehensive prescription/medication compliance and tracking App designed to help individuals and caretakers manage the challenges of staying on time up to date and on schedule with very simple to very complex regimes. Easy to install and full featured MedHelper is ready to become your 24/7 healthcare assistant. Available on Android and IOS […]Continue reading «Med Helper Pill Reminder»

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MedHelper is a comprehensive prescription/medication compliance and tracking App designed to help individuals and caretakers manage the challenges of staying on time up to date and on schedule with very simple to very complex regimes. Easy to install and full featured MedHelper is ready to become your 24/7 healthcare assistant. Available on Android and IOS platforms.

Med Helper keeps track of prescriptions, alarms remind you when medications need to be taken, notify you when Doctors appointments are scheduled and alert you when meds are running low or are about to expire.
Med Helper also tracks your vital signs and PRN / take-as-needed medications. You can log and export reports to your Doctor, Nurse or Caregiver and multiple profiles let you manage others in your care.

People use Med Helper as a: Medication reminder – Prescription tracker – Pill reminder – Vitals tracker – Doctor or Pharmacist appointment manager – RX reminder – Med reminder – Medication monitor and reports tracker – Medicine reminder – Medicine scheduler – virtual Pillbox – Individual or family medication reminder – Symptom tracker – Doctors list and Pharmacy organizer as well as a way to share information with their caregivers.

 

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