MissNoMeds Wireless Pill Dispensing Device Now Available

Estenda Solutions, Inc. partnered with Connected Medical Technologies (CMT) to develop a home medication management program called MissNoMeds™, which uses a pill dispensing device and a web-based communication and compliance dashboard to help people better manage their medication intake, avoiding the medication noncompliance errors that affect the quality of life and prognosis of millions of patients every year.

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Conshohocken, PA (PRWEB) April 15, 2014

Estenda Solutions, Inc. partnered with Connected Medical Technologies (CMT) to develop a home medication management program called MissNoMeds™, which uses a pill dispensing device and a web-based communication and compliance dashboard to help people better manage their medication intake, avoiding the medication noncompliance errors that affect the quality of life and prognosis of millions of patients every year.

CMT’s research shows that 90% of people make errors in taking medications, which accounts for 125,000 premature deaths in the US, 156 million doctor’s visits, and 10% of all hospital admissions (30% of elderly). The MissNoMeds medication compliance program was designed to combat these issues by providing users with automatic pill dispensing at home with email, text message, and voice call reminders, web accessible compliance reporting, pharmacy filling services, and web-based reporting tools for patients, pharmacies, and healthcare professionals.

The new wireless automatic pill dispenser has a built-in cellular chip, making it easy for users to transport and use wherever they need to. The device dispenses medication in the correct amount, at the correct time, reminding users with audible and visual alarms. To ensure compliance, if the user misses their medication, the device will send messages via email, text, or phone to both the user and anyone else that they choose, involving everyone in their circle of care.

The web-based communication and compliance dashboard, developed by Estenda, records all medication and noncompliance events automatically. Users, and anyone they give explicit permission to, can view the record history, which presents information in graphic and tabular forms, looking at 30, 60, and 90 day trends. These features make it possible for patients to evaluate their own compliance and determine whether they need to consult with their physicians to make changes to their medications and/or schedules.

Visit https://www.missnomeds.com to learn more about purchasing a device and how to participate in the program.

About Connected Medical Technologies: CMT is dedicated to bringing affordable technology solutions to health care issues. CMT’s focus is to improve the quality of life and health outcomes for patients by providing the compelling quality of care and cost reduction advantages needed by payers, health care providers, and all other stakeholders in healthcare.

The MissNoMedstm program is designed to tackle one of the most costly health care issues of our time, medication noncompliance.

CMT, through its MissNoMedstm program, partners with home health care agencies, pharmacies, and payers to achieve dramatic improvements in medication compliance for those who suffer with chronic illnesses and/or have complicated medication regimens. For more information, visit http://www.missnomeds.com.

About Estenda: Estenda Solutions is a global project consulting and custom software development firm advancing healthcare, research and medical informatics. Estenda Solutions collaborates with healthcare providers, research professionals, and industry to create innovative solutions. Estenda’s goals are to continuously provide tools to enable better patient care and management. Working with both large and small organizations and the individual researcher, we enjoy the challenge of helping our clients’ initiatives grow. Estenda has a rich history of work in disease management/chronic care coordination, registries, screening programs, data warehousing, population health, PCMH and ACO, clinical research program conception and grant writing, clinical study management, telemedicine, and data integration (HL7 and DICOM). For more information, visit http://www.estenda.com.


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