My Vital View offers a simple way to transmit health measurements from:
• Glucose Monitor
• Blood Pressure Monitor
• Weight Scale
• Ear Thermometer
• Finger Pulse Oximeter
To a HIPAA compliant health cloud which allows members of the patient’s healthcare team, family and friends to receive unrestricted, unlimited access to historical test results, as well as elect to receive event notifications based on your care team digital care plan prescribed for you. You have full control to review complete and accurate test results in a graphical form by Day, Week and Month in an effort to educate you and everyone involved in managing your health care goals. Whether it is transmitting data, checking your messages from your care team, or participating in a virtual visit, My Vital View ecosystem simplifies your care for everyone involved.
Ability to add a manual CO2 reading and a Zoe Monitor reading.
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A good app
So far I have not had the issues that the previous review were put in. I transferred a month or more of blood glucose , blood pressure, and weight without having to restart the app wants.
When entering blood glucose, however, my readings are listed as high on occasions when they are actually good. This may be due to not being able to enter anything for event. Therefore, the app does not know if it is before or after eating. This is only an assumption and would love to hear from the developer on this.
The only other two things to mention are, first world problems. You have to pull the screen down whenever you want to do a manual entry, and when you need to enter a number the keyboard still pops up instead of the numeric keypad. Like I said first world issues not a big problem with those last two otherwise I really like the app.
The previous reviewer said he preferred a My Vitals over this app. I feel the other way I just moved all of my records from My Vitals to My Vitals view.
Fix the issue with the blood sugar readings and I will give this app a five star.
App stops responding
I wanted to like this app because it features a relative clean.line user interface, and because it will take inputs directly from "smart" Bluetooth devices. I can't recommend it, however. If you enter data manually, the app accepts the data, but it then freezes and will not allow you to input additional data. Thus, if, for example, you input your temperature, the app won't respond if you try to input your SP02 level. The only way around this problem is to re-start the app, which is a pain.
Finally. I wish the app would use words rather than symbols in its icons. It is not intuitive to see a raindrop and think "glucose level."
I tried several apps to maintain vital sign records and found My Vitals to be the best. This one was second - a lot of these apps are very buggy.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.