Manage your health by tracking your side effects, medication, food and hydration, questions for your doctor, grocery lists and more using LLS Health Manager brought to you by The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS).
Features of LLS Health Manager include
• Side Effects Tracker: Monitor and analyze side effects in relation to medications, food intake, hydration and time of day.
• Medication Tracker: Set reminders and check off medications as you take them.
• Food Tracker: Record your daily food intake and set reminders to eat if you have a decreased appetite.
• Hydration Tracker: Record your hydration intake and reach your daily goal by setting reminders to hydrate.
• My Report: Export your custom report to analyze side effects in relation to medications, food intake, hydration and time of day. Share your report with your healthcare team to discuss side effect management.
• Questions for Your Doctor: Keep lists of questions for your doctor and record the answers at your next appointment.
• Grocery Lists: Create grocery lists, categorize items and sort your lists for easier shopping. You can also export your lists to email.
• Meal Planner: Plan meals in advance to take the guesswork out of mealtime.
• Recipes: Browse our collection of healthy recipes for meal ideas.
• Serving Size Visual Cues: Use these visual cues to help you eat the correct portions of foods.
• Shared Caregiver Access: Allow your caregiver access to your account to assist with your care.
• Resources: Access additional education, support and resources.
Side Effects Management
Managing side effects is an important part of cancer care. By tracking your medication, food and hydration intake using LLS Health Manager, you can export your information in a calendar format and share it with your doctor to identify patterns and develop strategies to help manage your side effects.
Daily tracking can also help you remember to
• Take your medications as prescribed
• Eat enough nutritious foods
• Stay hydrated.
Taking your medications as prescribed and staying well-nourished and hydrated can help you feel better, maintain your strength and speed recovery.
Other Aspects of Your Daily Health Management
In can be difficult and overwhelming to keep track of day-to-day information and tasks. In addition to tracking your food, hydration, medications and side effects, LLS Health Manager helps you keep track of:
• Questions for Your Doctor: You may think of questions to ask your doctor throughout your day, but it’s hard to remember these questions until the next time you are at an appointment. Use LLS Health Manager to track your questions as you think of them. You can organize your questions by separate lists, such as by doctor name and/or appointment. You can also track the answers your doctors provide.
• Grocery Lists: You can keep multiple grocery lists, tag items by category and sort your lists. Once you tag an item once, the item will automatically be tagged in the future. Sort your lists by category for an easier shopping experience. You can also export your grocery lists as PDFs.
• Meals: Use the LLS Health Manager to access healthy recipes, plan your meals, and find out the correct serving sizes of foods you eat.
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) is the world's largest voluntary health agency dedicated to blood cancer. The LLS mission: Cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin's disease and myeloma, and improve the quality of life of patients and their families. LLS funds lifesaving blood cancer research around the world and provides free information and support services.
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, Inc. offers LLS Health Manager for information purposes only. It is not intended to substitute for the advice of your healthcare team or provide medical diagnosis, treatment or therapy. Please seek the advice of your healthcare team before making any changes to your medical plan, medications or diet.
App now allows users to delete their account.
Ratings and Reviews
Adding medications / Calendar feature
I went through the app this morning and I think it’s really awesome that you are making a product for the needs that we have. I have found a few issues I believe.
When adding medications, the app thinks I have already taken them because it shows checkmarks next to them. I don’t know if they’re supposed to change color to green but seeing a check mark makes me think it’s already done. In this same view, it would be cool to swipe the medication to edit dosage and time or delete/pause/stop. It also is telling me not forget one I have at 9:00 pm but I have one also at 9:00 am and it’s only 7:27 am now... forgot to mention for when tracking medication. There is not an option for taking taking in future
A calendar feature would be nice to have to show appointments.
Developer Response ,
Thank you so much for this feedback. It’s very helpful to us, as we want to fix any bugs that may arise. Regarding the check mark, when you take a medication and click the check mark, it should turn red. If you click the medication, you should be able to edit dosage/time or delete it all together. I'm not sure about the last issue you mentioned and will need to look into it. Since we cannot see your contact information, will you please email PatientAppSupport@lls.org so we can troubleshoot? Thank you!
User interface needs work
Great options and ideas for the app, but not impressed with interface for patients who are or have been through treatments. Needs to be revamped with the feedback of patients and caregivers. For folks experiencing brain fog from chemo and radiation or all over fatigue the app is complicated and not user friendly. Found no instructions on how to link caregiver to patient for monitoring. Also, many medications are taken on regular schedule, having the ability to select days, hours, or frequency would make easy to use for patients, especially with PRN or as needed medication. If med is taken at 8a and you can take again in 4 hours, but you take at 10a, app reminds you to take again at Noon. Very dangerous and person could cause harm taking too soon or too often.
Again, options are great but needs more thought from the view of patient/caregiver. As is, it is not helpful to patient or caregiver and could be dangerous.
No Privacy Using this App.
I am very appreciative of LLS for all that they do for patient advocacy, research, and support for leukemia and lymphoma patients but where is the ability to keep my medication intake and my overall health private? Don’t see the option for me keep all my pertinent info private. Where are the privacy settings?
RESPONSE TO DEVELOPER:
Where is the privacy from LLS? Where are the privacy statements that tell me what you’re going to do with my info and how I can opt out of you doing anything with my data? every time I go to the doctor I am informed of the HIPPA Notice of Privacy Practices. Where is the right to opt out of LLS using my info for their own purposes?
Developer Response ,
Hi, The LLS Health Manager app is a password-protected and token-based app, therefore nobody can regenerate the token and access the data. Also no data is stored locally to the device and everything is securely stored in the server. We hope this information helps!
Data Not Collected
The developer does not collect any data from this app.
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- Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
- iPod touch
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