With this app you can see your current medication which is registered on the Common Medicine Card by a doctor. You can also see your open prescriptions, that is, prescriptions where you can continue to receive medicines at the pharmacy. Along with the open prescriptions, you will also see the medicines that you have already been given at a pharmacy.
You can send a prescription renewal request to your GP on the medicines that appear to be active. If the most recent prescription is created by a specialist, requests will be sent to it. If you do not have a general practitioner and the latest prescription for the drug is not created by a specialist, unfortunately it is not possible to request a prescription renewal. Certain drugs cannot be renewed through the app.
The app contains selected information from your medicine card, which is registered on the Common Medicine Card. You can always go to Sundhed.dk to see all the information. Here you will find, for example, information on older prescriptions that can no longer be dispensed at a pharmacy, who has recently changed your medicine card, etc. At health.dk you can also see in your log who has had access to your data. You can see the same information about medicines and prescriptions for your children.
The app also displays notifications of new prescriptions or the status of prescription requests from the Common Medicines Card on the Medicines Card tab. In the right corner, an orange dot indicates if there are new notifications for one or more people, while orange dots in the person selector indicate which people are involved. When a notification is no longer relevant, it can be deleted by touching the trash can icon. Please note that notifications are automatically deleted after 30 days.
Starting with version 2.0, the app uses a new solution for login with NemID. The solution has been developed and operated on behalf of the Health Data Agency by the company Trifork A / S. The new solution requires you to register again with your NemID before you can use the Medicine Card again. Registration with NemID is now done for security reasons in a standalone browser, where after the end of NemID login the user is redirected to the app, where you have to register a PIN and possibly whether to use fingerprints as a supplement to the PIN.
It is possible to create a guest login in the app using NemID. Guest login works just like a regular login except that you cannot assign a pin code and instead use NemID at each login.
The app was developed by the National Board of Health. Any questions about using the app can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.