Sometimes the need for several different medications can cause confusion with scheduling and accurate doses. Enter the MedReady Automatic Pill Dispenser to assist anyone needing help with medication compliance, particularly those with hearing or memory loss.
Organize your daily medications in MedReady’s 28 compartments and then set the clock for medication reminder times – for either once a day or up to four times per day. When it's time to take your medications, the system turns the dial and unlocks the medication door. This locking feature limits the chance of an overdose. The system also beeps an alarm as a reminder that it's time to take the medication.
You can program the alarm to sound for 30, 45, 60 or 250 minutes. It turns off once the medication door is opened.
Early Dosage feature allows taking dosage with a caregiver.
Care providers can access a secure website to review medication compliance information.
The system will call up to three phone numbers, leaving messages, and sends e-mails if does is not taken.
Available in four versions: Basic dispenser with high-frequency alarm; with low-frequency alarm; with flashing light; and with low-frequency alarm and flashing light.
MedReady requires a monthly service plan to access online records; no long-term contract is required.
EASY to MODERATE: Setup is as easy to program as a digital clock. Additional setup is required to take advantage of the computer interface for telemedicine features.
MedReady requires a standard telephone connection and regular power outlet. Rechargeable batteries provide 48-hour back up.
MedReady is supplied with clearly printed discs. The discs identify the day of the week, and the appropriate number of doses per day (1, 2, 3 or 4 doses per day).
The refill frequency will depend upon the number of daily medications:
Once a day medication, refill every 28 days
Twice a day medication, refill every 14 days
Three times a day medication, refill every 9 days
Four times a day medication, refill every 7 days
Only the most recent medication dose is available. Pill tray rotates to the next dose, and the pill dispenser denies access to a missed dose.
Medication is under lock and key, not just a latch.
Pill compartment divisions keep medications in place even if the unit is turned upside down.
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