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Track My Health: a mobile application that allows patients to monitor their health
  1. Patrick S Tucker,
  2. Aaron T Scanlan,
  3. Vincent J Dalbo
  1. Correspondence to Patrick S Tucker, School of Medical and Applied Sciences, Central Queensland University, Bruce Highway, Building 81, Room 1.11, Rockhampton, QLD 4702, Australia; p.tucker{at}

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Name of the mobile application

Track My Health

Category of the mobile application

Health and Fitness


Requires iOS 6.0 or later



About the app

Track My Health (figure 1) is an application designed to help users record and monitor variables that affect health. Examples of variables that can be recorded and monitored include clinical test results, medications and their dosages, the use of dietary supplements, and information relating to user-implemented lifestyle interventions such as diet or exercise.

Figure 1

Mobile application logo.

Using Conventional Units or International Standard Units, this mobile app stores user-entered information that is partitioned based on a date (in time) nominated by the user (figure 2). This information is then charted on a timeline, allowing the user to view health-related trends for health-related variables such as clinical test results. Graphical representations of stored data are colour-coded based on optimal values for any given marker. Specifically, Track My Health …

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  • Competing interests None declared.

  • Provenance and peer review Not commissioned; externally peer reviewed.