MedReady 1750FL Medication Dispenser is landline monitored with a low-frequency alarm and flashing lights for the hearing impaired.
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The Medready 1750FL (Flashing Light) comes standard with the Lower Frequency alarm which from our experience is much easier to hear. You can also independently enable and disable the audible and visual alarms. The MedReady 1750 series communicates via Plain Old Telephone Service (POTS) to MedReady’s servers. When medication is ready the unit will sound a Buzzer to notify the patient that the medication is ready. Opening the medication door disables the alarm. In the case of a medication non-compliance event the dispenser signals MedReady’s servers and then our servers email, send text messages, and place automated phone calls to caregivers alerting them of the non-compliance event. The complete compliance log can be viewed via the compliance website. There is a small monthly monitoring fee. Please call MedReady at 310.328.7557 for more details. This dispenser holds up to 28 doses of medication and can dispense up to 4 times per day. Each dispensing compartment can hold up to 9 M&M size pills. MedReady 1750FL (Flashing Light) Package comes complete with A/C Adapter, Rechargeable Battery, Medication Tray, Blue Locking Lid, 2 keys, telephone cable, and loading rings for 3x and 4x per day dosing. This dispenser holds up to 28 doses of medication and can dispense from 1 to 4 times per day. Each dispensing compartment can hold up to 9 M&M size pills. Currently the monitoring for these units is only available in the United States and Canada, however our cellular devices (MR-357) work worldwide.
Note: Many customers choose to purchase 1 or more accessories such as a Combo Tray and Cover for Pre-Filling (5310), or extra keys (6308-K), etc… Please visit the accessories section for a complete list.
Rebecca W (verified owner) –
My mother has used the Medready pill machine and monitoring for the last five years. The machine has seen her through the transitions from needing a prompt to remember her medications to needing a way for aides to know what medications to bring her when. All I needed to do was load the machine once a week. The monitoring system has made it possible for her children to know when there were problems and intervene immediately. We could not have kept her living in her home the last several years without the machine. Thank you.