health maintenance

We all know that it’s important to take good care of ourselves, which includes routine medical tests and follow-up visits. You can lose track of inoculation dates and test results if you don’t have a place to store that information.

I have been using dropbox as my cloud backup, which I can access (usually) at the doctor’s office on my cell phone. I input physicians’ names, test dates and results, medication dosages and dates of injuries and procedures. When available, I also add digital x-rays. Utilizing the phone, which I (almost) always have with me is much easier than carrying around a big notebook full of papers.

This has come in handy the past few weeks, as I deal with a major dental procedure and deferred attention to an old injury.

How do you keep track of medical information for yourself and your family?

Marcie Lovett, Organized by Marcie
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