My Medications List

My HealtheVet presents a blended view of medications used by the My HealtheVet user: those prescribed by VA clinicians that are extracted from VA medical records, along with those self-entered that are non-VA prescriptions as well as over-the-counter (OTC), herbals and supplements.

When this My Medications List is printed and provided to your health care provider, it can provide additional information for clinicians that might otherwise be unavailable, and which has the potential to alert clinicians to a possible life-threatening drug interaction.

Print - Click this link to display a Printer Friendly page.

Add a Medication - Click this link to display the My HealtheVet Meds, OTC, Herbals, and Supplements page titled: Add Self-Entered Medications + Supplements (Personal Health Journal).

Refill a Prescription - Click this link to display the My HealtheVet Rx Refill page titled: Refill Prescriptions.

Filter Results - The medications listed can be filtered by Source or Status of the prescription. Select one in each.

Source: Select VA, Self-Entered or Both.

Status: Select a value from the list below:

  • Active

  • Expired

  • Discontinued

  • All

Go - Click the Go button to display the selected types of medications and/or supplements.

NOTE - The columns for Category, Status, Medication, Start Date, Stop Date, Pharmacy, and Source can be sorted in ascending or descending order. To sort a column, click on a triangle (descending arrow or ascending arrow)

Medication - This column displays the Rx number, name, strength and instructions of the medication, or the name of the herbal, OTC, or supplement.

Category - The category (Herbal, OTC, Rx Medication, or Supplement) is displayed in this column.

Status - This column displays the status of the prescription. Select the status in the table to view the definition of the term.

  • Active

  • Discontinued

  • Expired

  • Active: Hold

  • Active: Refill in Process

  • Active: Submitted

  • Suspended

  • Unknown

Start Date - This column displays either the date that the VA medication was dispensed, and for self-entered items, and the date that was entered by the user.

Stop Date - This column displays either the expiration date of the VA medication, or a self-entered date.

Pharmacy - This column displays either the VA Medical Center that originally dispensed the medication, or a self-entered pharmacy name.

Source - The source is displayed as either Self-Entered or VA.

Number of Items Displayed - The summary page displays 10 rows. When there are more than 10 rows, you may choose from the drop-down menu to display 25, 50, or 100 rows on one page.

Self-Entered Information (SEI) Detail Page

NOTE - Only Name, Category and Start Date are required for self-entered medications and supplements.

Name - The name of the self-entered medication is displayed.

Category - The category, i.e., Herbal, OTC, Rx Medication, Supplement, or Other is displayed.

Prescription Number - When appropriate, a prescription number may be displayed in this field.

Strength - The strength of the item may be displayed in this field.

Dose - The number of units taken at a time (e.g., 2 tabs, 3 ounces) may be displayed in this field.

Frequency - The frequency of the dosage may be displayed in this field.

Start Date - A start date is displayed in this field.

Stop Date - A stop date may be displayed in this field.

Pharmacy Name - The name of the pharmacy where the medication was dispensed may be displayed.

Pharmacy Phone Number - The phone number of the pharmacy that dispensed the item may be displayed.

Reason for Taking - A reason for taking this item (e.g., prescribed by doctor, for headaches) may be displayed.

Comments - Additional comments may appear in this field.

Return to Summary - Click this button to return to the My Medications List page.

VA Medications Detail Page

Print - Click this link to display a Printer Friendly page.

Fill Date - For an Active prescription, the Fill Date is the date that the prescription was last refilled. Otherwise, the Fill Date indicates the next possible refill date. When a prescription has never been refilled, the Fill Date is the date that it was first issued.

Dispensed On - This is the date that the prescription is released for delivery via the Consolidated Mail Outpatient Pharmacy (CMOP).

Refill Status - This is the current status of prescription.

  • Active

  • Discontinued

  • Expired

  • Active: Hold

  • Active: Refill in Process

  • Active: Submitted

  • Suspended

  • Unknown

Pharmacy - This is the name of the VA facility where the prescription was originally filled.

Ordered On - This is the date that the prescription was originally issued.

Quantity - This is the number of prescriptions being refilled.

Last Updated - The date displayed is the date that the prescription information in My HealtheVet was last updated in your VA medical records.

Refills Remaining - This indicates the number of refills remaining for the prescription.

Return to Summary - Click this button to return to the My Medications List page.

Print Page

The Print page provides a printer-friendly format, designed to print on an 8-1/2 by 11 inch sheet of paper. The information on this page consists of the entries displayed on the previous screen. (To print different information, return to the previous screen, make your selection and then click the Print link to return to this page.) A border, indicated by the phrase "The printable information appears within this border", outlines the main content area. The only information that will print is inside the border although other information may be outside of the border.