Klunky – H-E-B Pharmacy Review
this feels really old school if you couldn’t point-and-click the existing gui, i’d say this was operating on DOS.
when the medical documentation program MediTech moved from a text only to a picture point-and-click format it maintained the stodgy movement that I see here. I have the same problem with the supposedly new MyHEB App.I suspect that all of the programers are old school & it shows l.
things I’d like to see fixed besides the underlying structure will include
The ability to Bluetooth a med list without all the pronunciations and links and details but just something that medical personnel will understand whenever you have to go to a new doctor or the emergency room.It should only include the name of the medicine, how much of it you take, how many of them you take, & how frequently you take them.
When the medication is prescribed by a fill-in doctor an urgent care doctor and emergency room doctor or any physician you do not routinely see, if you need refills there should be a box to check to ask them to check with your primary physician.
there should be some kind of warning when the medicine you’re about to fill or refill is a duplicate or very similar to medication you already take. there are hundreds (or more ) of blood pressure control medications. although many patients are on combinations of medications for hypertension they may be taking more than they should Just because routine refill is checked doesn’t mean that everyone should just dispense everything that’s available The pharmacist needs to evaluate or inquire as necessary to determine if new medication is in addition or replaces a previous medication.
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