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EveryDose: A passionate solution to medication management @ CES 2022

EveryDose medication managementIf you have ever dealt with a chronic illness, you know that the amount of medication you have to keep track of can be a challenge. Some in the morning, some in the evening, and then sometimes pills in the middle of the day. Trying to remember which pills to take at which time is not easy and usually requires reading every bottle every time. Luckily EveryDose (previously Groove Health) is here to take some of the challenges off of your shoulders.

If you’re a caretaker for someone taking a lot of medications, it can be just as challenging. It gets more frustrating when you can’t be physically near the other person. With EveryDose, friends and family get access to the medication information, as well as the ability to help manage the other person’s medications.

What is EveryDose?

EveryDose is a medication management solution that utilizes Conversational AI to provide personalized support to patients. The platform was created with the belief that every patient is unique and deserves tailored care. Maxwell, the AI-powered medication assistant, is a friend to all and provides the advice, encouragement, and support that patients need to stay on track with their health. The system is changing the way we think about medication management by providing individualized care for each and every patient.

Who is Maxwell?

Maxwell is the AI-powered medication assistant that provides personalized support to patients using Conversational AI. He was created with the belief that every patient deserves tailored care, and he provides the support and encouragement that patients need to stay on track with their health. With Maxwell by their side, patients can finally get the personalized support they deserve!

How does EveryDose work?

EveryDose utilizes Conversational AI to provide personalized support to patients. This means that Maxwell will chat with each patient individually, learning about their unique needs and preferences. By providing tailored support, the app helps ensure that each patient feels supported and encouraged on their path to better health.

EveryDose also gives family members a view into how their loved ones are doing. EveryDose’s Family View feature allows family members to see how their loved ones are progressing and offer support from afar. This way, patients always have a support system cheering them on!

EveryDose provides many benefits to patients, families, and clinicians. For patients, the system offers personalized support, encouragement, and advice. For families, the platform offers a view into how their loved ones are doing and the ability to offer support from afar. For clinicians, the app offers an easy-to-use solution that provides tailored care for each patient.


The EveryDose app is available now for iOS and Android. The best part of the whole thing is that it is free for patients and their families. The company generates revenue through partnerships with medical institutions who also get to use the platform to manage patient medications. To learn more about EveryDose or to download the app, head over to the company’s website.

Interview by Scott Ertz of F5 Live: Refreshing Technology.

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iMedicpac Helps Monitor Family Members with Many Medications at CES

imedipac1The iMedipac is a connected pill box device which will help individuals on multiple medications better manage their med regimen. Chris Montera, the Geekymedic, guest host for Health Tech Weekly joined the rest of the TPN.tv team at CES this year to help cover health technology. The iMedipac is just the type of connected home health device we’re looking for.

A Pharmacy would prepare the weekly or monthly pill selection for the individual which is organized in specially designed blister pack. When the blister pack is inserted into the iMedipac device it then electronically tracks medications when they’re taken and sends a message when pills are taken, identifying whether the correct medication was taken and when it was taken.

The iMedicpac is currently in U.S. Food and Drug Administration review and will eventually retail for $250. There will also be an $8 to $10 monthly charge to monitor the medications and compliance via iMedipac’s secure online servers. This is the perfect solution for helping to monitor family members at a distance and make sure they’re taking their medications.


Follow-up with more segments from CES 2014 here at TPN.tv and over at the Health Tech Weekly Podcast with host Jamie Davis, the Podmedic.

Medfolio Medication Reminder System

Medfolio Pill Box
Medfolio Pill Box

What if you had a pillbox that could tell you when it’s time to take your medicine? The Medfolio Medication Reminder System at CES 2013 is set up to help patients with multiple medications remember their medications through multiple forms of reminders.


Julie Mason from Medfolio chats with Health Tech Weekly guest host Chris Montera about how she started the program and product development for the the medication reminder system. She’s a pharmacist who worked for many years with the Veterans Administration. In the past she has spent time working with patients on medication adherence and going into their homes to help them develop tools to remember their pills.

Basic Pill Box Enters 21st Century

The Medfolio system is build around a basic pillbox system because that is something consumers are familiar with. The device has been upgraded to the 21st century with built in software that allows patients or caregivers to enter medications and times into the system. When it’s time for a medication, that compartment will light up in the box and an alert chime will sound.

When coupled with an online reporting system, the Medifolio Medication Reminder device can trigger email or text alerts to both the patient and their caregivers.

Video of Chris Montera by special arrangement with Health Tech Weekly (HTWeekly.com).