An article in the Harvard Health Letter looks at the barriers that sometimes cause patients not to take their medications as directed, and discusses some potential solutions—including MyMedSchedule:
Using a daily pill organizer is a tried-and-true way to keep track of which medication to take and when. Also, some drugs now come in blister packs with calendars printed on them to help people remember.
Websites such as mymedschedule.com can help you custom-tailor and print medication schedules from your computer. You can also set up email or text-message reminders there. There are also downloadable smartphone apps you can program to buzz or bing you when it's time to take your medication.
Read the article here.