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I am a post-surgical patient with many new meds and a few old ones to organize. The app preloads all your KP prescriptions and you can key in more ( look for the + at the top of the prescriptions page). You can make a custom schedule for each drug, you don’t have to use the precoded time increments. The app seems to be unknown to most KP staff so they are offering no training or any real user help (except bugs). They should put out a brochure or build instructions into the app.
The app worked well but needs some fixes. 1. I could not print the confirmation for tax records. 2. When I select the shipping method I would like to know when to expect the meds so I can change my mind and pick up the meds at the pharmacy if I do not have enough on hand. 3. I already have card information on my phone under apple pay. Is it possible to have your app access that data?
Having to sign in is a hassle when all you want to do is report that you took your meds. Sometimes it doesn’t load. When I have a procedure scheduled I the medication gets loaded into the app. Because the medication is new (just for the procedure, not for home), I have to sign in and then it takes time to update. I’m thinking of deleting it.
I was prescribed 2 different antibiotics that were to be taken for 10 days at different intervals. This app reminded me separately on time for each medication. It also allows you to review history. I can’t express my gratitude enough to the developer and Kaiser for this app. Keep up the fantastic work.
Very poorly written app and zero instructions. Example: It has a setting to take the med daily, weekly or monthly. Not 3 x daily or every 8 hours. So you set the first reminder .. no save button? Oh, it’s the cryptic “s..e” at the top. It becomes Reminder 1. For the second reminder, you add the number of hours, it becomes Reminder 1 and the first one becomes #2. No further reminders are permitted. I’m better off writing the times of my two meds on a bit of paper. Deleted the app.
Developed by the Kaiser Permanente,
My KP Meds has 57 user reviews.
My KP Meds has an average rating of 3.3.
The latest version of My KP Meds (4.4.0) was released on Nov 19, 2019.
You can download My KP Meds here:.
For members of Kaiser Permanente (KP) in Northern California, Colorado, Hawaii, Mid-Atlantic States (Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, D.C.), Oregon, and SW Washington.
Make it easy and
convenient for you and your family to take medications at the right time.
My KP Meds automatically imports your list of KP medications and helps you stay on track. Create reminders that work with your schedule. And when it’s time to refill, order from your phone. It’s that simple.
• View your current KP medications
• Create medication reminders
• Set refill reminders
• Get reminders without signing in
• Order refills
• Track medication history
• View photos of your medications to avoid errors
• Explore features with the in-app guide
You can also manage medication lists, schedules, and histories of other KP members you have caregiver access for (proxy). To set up proxy access, visit:
Download and launch the app using your kp.org user ID and password. Haven’t set up your account yet? Get started by tapping “Sign-In Help” at the top of the screen and following the prompts.
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