Humetrix Introduces WhatMeds™ for Your Mobile Wallet at CES
For 50M Medicare Beneficiaries to Securely Access & Share Prescriptions Wherever They Receive Care

San Diego, CA – December 28, 2022 - Humetrix, a leader in consumer digital health and cloud-based analytic platforms, will introduce at CES WhatMeds™ the first mobile wallet enabled health application for medication management for 50M individuals with Medicare Part D drug coverage and their 40M caregivers to easily securely, access and share their medication list with providers to better manage their healthcare and help avoid preventable and at times dangerous medical errors. Humetrix will exhibit in Digital Health at CES, booth 8162, North Hall, LVCC.

With WhatMeds users can access from Medicare all their prescribed medications or enter any other medications with the use of a comprehensive search function. Individuals can then easily and securely share their medications using their mobile wallet in the doctor’s office, during a telehealth visit, or in the ER.

WhatMeds is the first health wallet application approved by Centers of Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) and meets all CMS security and privacy requirements for access and use of Medicare data. Individual prescription drug information is directly accessed from one trusted source – Medicare, securely stored and made accessible by scanning a QR code on the WhatMeds digital wallet card.

WhatMeds uses Humetrix patented QR code technology for user-controlled data sharing. To use:
Select the specific medications to share by publishing them on a WhatMeds wallet card.
Show the nurse, telehealth doctor or pharmacist the WhatMeds wallet card QR code to scan.
Authorize access to their medications to that provider and for a selected time period by responding to a text message automatically generated by the app when the QR code is scanned.

“WhatMeds provides a critical service that we all need – having with you at all times an up-to-date listing of your medications with an easy way to share them with your providers,” said Dr. Bettina Experton, CEO of Humetrix. “Failing to accurately answer the question, “What medications do you take?” every time you visit your doctor can lead to diagnostic delays and possibly dangerous medical errors especially for older adults who on average take daily four or more medications.”

Dr. Bettina Experton will also be on a panel of the Equality Lounge® @ CES on January 5, at 2 pm at the ARIA Resort & Casino to discuss "Caring for Caregivers: Tech-Focused Solutions that Ease the Burden for Women”.

Humetrix is a global pioneer in the development of consumer facing mobile health and cloud-based population health analytics platforms. Over the last decade Humetrix has led the development of mobile health applications to access government and commercial health data sources, capitalizing on its analytics platform to provide its users personalized insights into their healthcare. The Humetrix Analytics Platform has also played a critical role in the mapping of the COVID-19 pandemic and in analyzing vaccine effectiveness in support of the federal government’s response to the pandemic.

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