I like to submit a current medications list prior to a Social Security disablity hearing. Although a claimant's medications can usually be found in the medical records, it is very handy to have the meds listed in one place.
Filing a medications list is a nice final update to the disability claim file, and it is a gesture to the judge that you have tried to provide everything necessary for the hearing.
A claimant's medications can also be compelling evidence of the severity of your impairment. Judges see a lot of medical records. They get a feel for a typical dose of certain medications. If you are on a higher dose, the judge may see that.
For the official Social Security form for a claimant's medications, just click on the link: Download HA-4632.