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About this app

Every time you or your family visit the clinic, hospital or pharmacy, your clinician asks, "What medications are you taking?" WhatMeds™ makes it quick and easy to access your current medication list and to share it securely with your provider or family members. WhatMeds also keeps you informed about the use of your medications, possible side effects, and when it was last prescribed. Share your medications list from the app or print the list as a card to keep in your physical wallet.

When you wish to share prescription information with physicians, nurses, other providers or family caregivers, WhatMeds gives you control over which medications to share, with whom, and for how long. It’s easy, safe, and convenient.

WhatMeds has been approved by Medicare to make it easy for Medicare beneficiaries to easily access their medication information, review their medication lists, and share all or just some medications with their clinicians and pharmacists.

WhatMeds makes it easy with just a few taps to add medications from a list of over 80,000 FDA-approved over-the-counter and medicinal products to your list using our app’s search technology.

WhatMeds automatically shows safety warnings, best care practices based on well-established care guidelines, and more. This is helpful for both current medications and for medications you were recently prescribed.

WhatMeds helps provide the most complete medication information to clinicians, including the exact names of your medications and other important prescription details. By the way, did you know that 50% of individuals over the age of 50 take an average of four or more medications? And 20% of adults over 65 take ten or more medications. Taking too many medications can be risky.

The WhatMeds Mobile Wallet Card provides a quick way to access your WhatMeds information. This mobile wallet card includes: (i) your medications list and other pertinent information, and (ii) a secure QR code that puts you in control of sharing your medications list with your doctor. Instead of showing your mobile phone screen, you can also print a copy of the WhatMeds Wallet Card from the WhatMeds app for you to put in your physical wallet.

WhatMeds helps you share your medication list or selected medications during clinic visits, telehealth calls, or discussions with family caregivers. WhatMeds creates a virtual handshake between you and the person you choose to share your current medication list with. When you click to share, WhatMeds creates a unique QR code that your provider can scan. To be safe, we will ask for your confirmation via a text message. If you confirm with ‘yes’, your provider will then be able to see the medications – just the ones you shared and only for the amount of time you allowed. Your WhatMeds QR code is stored in the app or can be printed on the WhatMeds Wallet Card. The QR code can reused by you, but you will always be in control of which medications to share, with whom, and for how long.
Updated on
Apr 9, 2024

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
This app may share these data types with third parties
Personal info
This app may collect these data types
Personal info, Health and fitness and 2 others
Data is encrypted in transit
You can request that data be deleted

What's new

Performance improvements.