This article explains how to complete the Take Medications tasks on the home screen. We will go over how to complete the tasks, add your own medications, and how to review previously entered data.
Step 1: Find the Take Medications Task(s)
The Take Medications task will appear on your home screen under the To-Do section or in the Ad-Hoc Button menu. It will look something like this:
You might see a task with a specific medication name in the title. Alternatively, you might just see a task that says Take Your Daily Meds.
Step 2: Report Your Medication Adherence
Reporting your medication adherence will vary slightly based on which medication task you have.
If the task asks whether or not you took a specific medication, you will see a task that looks something like this:
If you have a generic take medications task, your task will look like this:
Step 3: Add Your Medications
If you have a generic medications task, you might see a prompt to "Add Your Specific Medications" at the bottom of your task. If you click on that link, you will see a screen with a list of your medications.
To add medications to that list, click on the (+) button at the top right corner of the screen.
Begin typing the generic or brand name of your medication. When you find it, fill out the strength, dose amount, frequency, and description of the medication. Click Save when you have finished updating the medication entry. Repeat these steps until you have added all of your medications.
Step 4: Add Your Medications - MORE Tab
You can also add to your list of medications by going to the More tab and clicking on My Medications. To add a new medication, follow the same steps outlined above.
Step 5: Review Past Medication Adherence
You can review past adherence to your medication schedule in the History section of the app. Find the card labeled Medication Log. Here you will see your adherence for the past 7 days. If you click on the card, you can see which days you specifically took your meds over a 30 day period. You will also see the names of the medications you took over the past 7 days, as well as when you took them.