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MediSafe Smartphone Application

April 13, 2015

The MediSafe Foundation recently released their convenient and simple smartphone application. 

MediSafe is available free for both iOS and Android phones. 

With a growing number of Americans taking an increasing amount of sometimes complicated medications, errors will happen. MediSafe keeps you and your loved one's safe from medication mistakes.

The application was the winner of Qualcomm Venture's prestigious QPrize Global Competition. 

After inputing your medication and schedule, you will receive a notification at the scheduled time. If that notification is ignored or missed, your caregiver or loved one will receive a notification. 

MediSafe calls this back up system, the "MediSafe Safety Net". 

For a demonstration watch their video below

 

For more information about the MediSafe Foundation and its goals visit the MediSafe Foundation's

Or, the I-Tunes or Google Play store to download. 

For further online medication management resources and organizations visit Live Oak's Medication Management Resources section

Also, for future Medication Management news, tips, and products Live Oak's medication management blog




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