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The solution costs at-least an order of magnitude less than most competitive solutions. For more details, please use the Request a Quote form.
Currently, we are shipping volume products for Pill bottles only, and we have also supplied products for liquid drugs in 2.5mL bottles. The product is Lab tested to work with multiple other packaging. Please get in touch with us for details.
As the saying goes, locks are used to discourage a gentleman from stealing. Yes, our system is not 100% foolproof; if someone wants to cheat it, there are limited ways for us to block it. According to a research publication: “..review of daily dosage patterns of bottle openings at regular intervals, day after day, making it unlikely that volunteer patients would have taken the time to open the bottle at set intervals but not consume their medication..“
The software built in the sensor does detect events that it deems as deliberate attempts to emulate an open/close event and discards those events, to a certain degree. The sensitivity of detection is programmable depending on the specific use case.
Optionally, if you require, the pill-taking events can be camera enforced
The system is capable of offering an Omni-Channel Patient Interface.
Patients can communicates with the system through Chat on Smartphone APP / Smart home devices
System can initiate communication, and support Patient queries
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In its current form, the patented digital sensor is a matured design and has undergone a long series of tests and customer usage. The product is outsourced to a contract manufacturer, who assembles it in USA and ships it to customers on demand.
Yes, the patented digital sensor has a small battery embedded. Under normal usage conditions, it is assured to last at least one year. However the medicine packaging can be reset, paired from one medicine to another, reassign to a different Patient, as many times needed during this duration.