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Apps for Health Sciences-RBHS (formerly) Mobile Device Resources: MyMedList

This guide contains information about licensed mobile apps for iPhone, iPad, iTouch, and Android enabled devices. Generally an account has to be established with the vendor using a valid Rutgers email. Then downloading from the App Store or Google Play.

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From your iPhone or iPad MML

MyMedList

Description

A record of current and past medications is useful if not vital information to an individual. Such information needs to be easily accessible, yet adequately protected. MyMedList (MML) is an application developed at the National Library of Medicine. MML allows users to manage their medication list, and control access to it. The personal medication list can be printed out to share, can be mailed to a relative, can serve as a reminder to the individual for taking medications, or be shown as reference information in doctor’s offices or hospitals. The MyMedList app is based on standards; MML follows the HL7 standard for CDA/CCD and uses RxNorm data for prescription medication.

From your iPhone or iPad search for this free app in the App Store

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