Editors' reviewAt first we were puzzled about why a family medical database would come with three versions of the Bible. Then we decided it was a good thing. You ll need lots of prayer and the patience of Job to use Family Medical and CRM. The bloated 33.9MB download is just the beginning of your woes. Average users will have trouble making sense of the interface, which slaps together a hodgepodge of functions including form letters, medical records, and a contacts list. Fatally, there s no help file. And even if you find your way around, you ll discover Family Medical and CRM is little more than a set of templates slapped on top of a standard FileMaker database. The $10 price wouldn t be too much to pay if the program had been better designed. But if you need a private medical journal and Bible-study software, we recommend finding two different, more user-friendly solutions.
Family Medical and CRM tracks all of your family's medical records and doctor visits in this easy-to-use program. It also suppprts personal form letters and e-mail. You can run reports at the end of the year for all medical expenses. It also includes three versions of the Bible to study.