"The Medication Dispenser is perfect for my mother. Occasionally, she did forget to take her medications, but ever since she's gotten this system, she hasn't missed one dosage. My husband and I feel at ease knowing if she does forget, we will be notified of it. Luckily, that has not been needed yet".
The Med-Ready conveniently utilizes AC power, but in the event of an outage, or short-term travel, switches automatically to rechargeable batteries. Med-Ready is tamper-proof to provide the maximum in security. instead of employing a latch, our system utilizes a real lock and key, and the edges are secure. With access by key-only, caregivers can load the Med-Ready and monitor patient compliance. The Med-Ready is equipped with an extra large LED read-out and is easily viewed from any angle. The LED read-out is also self-illuminating so it can be seen in all lighting conditions.
Help manage medication intake with the Be Safer At Home Medication Dispenser and Reminder System. The Med-Ready Contains 28 slots in which to place medication, and can be programmed to dispense up to four times a day enabling it to manage doses for at least seven days, and up to 28 days before needing a refill.
Be Safer at Home can provide a Med-Ready to be used as a stand alone unit or in conjunction with the Base Communicator, as a monitored system (*).
Load the medication into the slots.
Program the Med-Ready by setting dispensing times to remind you to take your medication.
When it is time, the dispenser beeps until you have taken your medication.
A lock in the lid will prevent overdosing, and tampering with medication.
A convenient clock on top of the unit is easily read.
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*Installation Fee can be waived with self-install.
(*) Monitored System Package
The monitored system package includes a Medication Dispenser and a PERS unit. In addition to the stand alone functionality, the monitored system works in conjunction with the medical alarm. This partnership enables the response center to go to extra efforts to remind the subscriber to take their medication.
A special transmitter is installed in the Medication Dispenser that will activate the Base Communicator if the medication has not been taken within 30 minutes of the alarm sounding. At that time, the Base Communicator will call into the Response Center. An attendant will try to contact the subscriber over the PERS unit or telephone. If the attendant is unable to make contact, a responder will be notified.