The Body Journal
The Body Journal
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The Body Journal1.5

22 March 2006

Store and retrieve family health records and more.

Overview

Living healthier just got simpler with The Body Journal, the unique personal health-care system from Berkeley Medical designed to help you provide the best health care possible for yourself and your loved ones.

More than just a family health record, The Body Journal allows you to easily store and access your health records, retrieve the latest health-related information from the Internet, and communicate better with your health-care providers.

What's new in The Body Journal

Version 1.5: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.

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4 Reviews of The Body Journal

4.75
Bgarlock
19 June 2006
Version: 1.5

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Nicely written OS X app, that also has a Windows version. It has mostly Mac like application features, and also integrates with the website to give you the possibility to enter data into the website, and download it locally to your Mac at another time. I mostly use this to keep track of my medical conditions, and all of my prescriptions. You can provide a quick print-out of your current meds and conditions. A card is also issued, that someone could theoretically use to look up your medical condition, and I would suspect that something like this will be done in the future to help identify someone with a medical condition, and have all their current records available to the healthcare provider. I also have scanned in my previous medical records (paper) into a PDF, and "attached" them as documents into this program. The authors have really thought of almost every possible category. The program is easy to use, and about the only gripe I have with it, is the reporting capabilities. If you take a lot of prescriptions, or have a medical condition(s), The Body Journal is well worth the money.
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Andy-In-Arua
24 February 2007
Version: 1.5
This is a wonderful product but the company behind it seems to be defunct. It is impossible to even buy a registration to use it beyond the 30-day trial period. Shame. See for example.
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Dhunwick
30 January 2007
Version: 1.5
Anyone have a serial for this? I purchased a copy and I guess the company has gone under! I never got my serials or nothin! needless to say i'm pissed if anyone has one please send to me at dhunwick@gmail.com, I can also provide proof of purchase. Thanks.
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Arobulack
22 January 2007
Version: 1.5
I believe this company has gone under. I also get no response from the company when I send email and have also tried countless times. Furthermore, one of the major features of this product is definitely disabled. You're supposed to be able to carry around a card for "emergency" purposes so that when you need to look up your information via the web you can access it based on an address on that card. As of this writing that address (http://www.bodyjournal.com/er) is non-responsive. This is also so unfortunate as this product was excellent and showed tremendous promise and with very little competition.
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4.75
Bgarlock
19 June 2006
Version: 1.5
Nicely written OS X app, that also has a Windows version. It has mostly Mac like application features, and also integrates with the website to give you the possibility to enter data into the website, and download it locally to your Mac at another time. I mostly use this to keep track of my medical conditions, and all of my prescriptions. You can provide a quick print-out of your current meds and conditions. A card is also issued, that someone could theoretically use to look up your medical condition, and I would suspect that something like this will be done in the future to help identify someone with a medical condition, and have all their current records available to the healthcare provider. I also have scanned in my previous medical records (paper) into a PDF, and "attached" them as documents into this program. The authors have really thought of almost every possible category. The program is easy to use, and about the only gripe I have with it, is the reporting capabilities. If you take a lot of prescriptions, or have a medical condition(s), The Body Journal is well worth the money.
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