MedAdvisor Version 3.3

MedAdvisor 3.3 was released on the 28th of May, 2015.

MedAdvisor 3.3 includes a number of new features and enhancements to assist you in managing your medication more effectively, including a new "My Scripts" screen.

Updated Mobile User Interface

The MedAdvisor smartphone and tablet applications (iOS and Android) have been updated to meet the latest Android and Apple design specifications.  The new look includes flat colour schemes and simplified icons.

Updated Medicine Details Screen

The Medicine Details screen layout has been revised.  The current supply status and reminders settings (for the respective medicine) can be updated directly from this screen, directly under the directions for use.  The Finish or Delete buttons are now located at the bottom of the Medicine Details screen.

My Scripts Screen

The new My Scripts feature can be accessed from within the Medicine Detalis screen.  The feature allows you to review detailed information about prescriptions including the number of repeats remaining for each original (doctor's) prescription and corresponding script expiry date.  To access this new feature, simply tap on My Scripts within the smartphone and tablet apps or click on the My Scripts button if using a web browser.

Android / iOS Version


The large number in the top, right hand corner of the screen indicates the total number of repeats remaining.



Below this title is a list of all valid prescriptions and related repeats for this medicine.  The green icon indicates a brand new script which is yet to be filled , whilst the yellow icon represents a prescription which has been dispensed against, with repeats remaining.

The numbers found to the right of the script information relate to the number of repeats (dispensing episodes) available.  The summed tally of these numbers corresponds to the total number displayed at the top of the screen an described above.


The legal expiry date of the script is now displayed (12 or 6 months after date that the prescription was written).  Dates in red indicate that the script will expire within the next 30 days. Once the script expires, a new (replacement) script will need to be sourced from the doctor.

Full dispensing information can be viewed by clicking on the drop down icon.


If there are no repeats remaining and MedAdvisor is sending See-My-Doctor reminders, clicking the Have a New Script button will stop these reminders.  Please note that information about this new prescription will not be reflected in MedAdvisor until it has been presented to the pharmacy.



There is now the ability to mark a script as lost.  This may be useful when a script is not kept on file at the pharmacy and has been lost and the number of repeats remaining needs to be adjusted down accordingly.  Tap Edit on the top right hand of the screen then tap the red icon adjacent to the respective script(s) to delete.  This will remove the script from view, reduce the number of repeats remaining and inform your favourite pharmacy that you no longer have this script.


The Prescription History area will display information about past scripts (fully dispensed, expired, or marked as no longer available).  To access this area, click on Prescription History.

Web Browser Version

The large number in the top, right hand corner of the screen indicates the total number of repeats remaining.

Below this title is a list of all valid prescriptions and related repeats for this medicine.  The green icon indicates a brand new script which is yet to be filled , whilst the yellow icon represents a prescription which has been dispensed against, with repeats remaining.

The numbers found to the right of the script information relate to the number of repeats (dispensing episodes) available.  The summed tally of these numbers corresponds to the total number displayed at the top of the screen an described above.

The legal expiry date of the script is now displayed (12 or 6 months after date that the prescription was written).  Dates in red indicate that the script will expire within the next 30 days. Once the script expires, a new (replacement) script will need to be sourced from the doctor.

Full dispensing information can be viewed by clicking on the drop down icon.

If there are no repeats remaining and MedAdvisor is sending See-My-Doctor reminders, clicking the I Have a New Script button will stop these reminders.  Please note that information about this new prescription will not be reflected in MedAdvisor until it has been presented to the pharmacy.

There is now the ability to mark a script as lost.  This may be useful when a script is not kept on file at the pharmacy and has been lost and the number of repeats remaining needs to be adjusted down accordingly.  Click the Mark As Lost text found below the number of repeats.

This will remove the script from view, reduce the number of repeats remaining and inform your favourite pharmacy that you no longer have this script.

The Prescription History area will display information about past scripts (fully dispensed, expired, or marked as no longer available).  To access this area, click on Prescription History:



Script Expiry Messages

Long term medications will be eligible to receive script expiry messages.  The message will be sent two weeks before the script(s) expire, if the expiring script will result in 0 repeats remaining.

Confirm Supply

You will no longer be required to confirm the amount of supply you have of newly filled medications, or when your medicines are initially imported into MedAdvisor.  Instead, MedAdvisor will automatically assume that the amount of supply you have remaining will be based on the latest date you had a medication dispensed.  This can be updated manually, if required.

Other Changes

  • A new login shortcut has been added to the top, right hand corner of the MedAdvisor website.
  • A wide variety of bugs have been fixed and performance improvements added.