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I am a Type 1 Diabetic, I use Accu-Check 360 to remind me to test my blood sugar even thought I have an Omnipod, but do not put in the results, since I can download them to my PC, seems like double entry. I love Noom for Weight Loss, and FitBit, wish I did not have to use SO MANY APPs to keep track of similar things.
I have NFC tags stuck on my meds, when I tap the lid with my Smart Phone, I avoid an annoying reminder.
Welcome to Planning Room, and thank you for your comment. It sounds like you have had good experiences using eHealth apps. What features of Noom and FitBit make them attractive to use? You mention that you wish you did not have to use so many apps to keep track of similar things. Do you think that individual apps need to be able to do more?
Thank you for your comment. Can you explain how you use NFC tags on your medications to avoid reminders? Do you agree with gyan patra’s suggestion that medication management programs should include auto scheduling?
I think that so long as the data is tagged as patient generated there is no problem. For various purposes you may want to exclude this data and for others you could include it.