Doctors write prescirptions
Pharmacist fill prescription
Patients get a brown bottle of pills
What prevents a petient from taking 1 pill or the bottle of pills
In the hospital opioids are dispensed by nurses and stored under lock and key. Patients are closely monitored for the side effects of opioids. Currently, patients dispense opioids to themselves and store opioids in unsecure locations. They are not monitored for opioid side effects at home. They get a bottle of pills and nothing prevents them from taking one pill or the whole bottle of pills. The continuity of care needs to be identical from the hospital to the home. The iPill App and iPill Dispenser provides a solution; to enforce prescription adherence to prevent simple overconsumption; to prevent diversion of opioids by using fast 4 point biometric authentication; to provide a safe tamper-resistant storage solution; to provide blockchain electronic medical record connectivity for physician remote access; to provide non-opioid cognitive behavior interventions such as social networks, music, games, family, AR/VR entertainment; and to detect respiratory depression so 911 called to notify life saving rescuers. The value proposition is that a safe storage solution to prevent diversion will save money when compared to extended release abuse deterrent opioids cost hundreds to thousands of dollars per month. An active control system that prevents opioid oversonsumption saves a $12,000 emergency room visit or a $28,000 hospital stay or a $128,000 inpatient rehab stint
A prototype has been built. If interested please contact me.
1 in 5 people know someone abusing drugs. We can prevent someone you know from dying.
Promotes safe compliant pain managment
Enforces Prescription adherence
4 point Biometric Authentication
BlockChain transaction records
Remote physician control
Safe storage of unused opioids
Detects Respiratory Depression
If respiroatory distress is detected 911 is called
510K Class 2 FDA approval pending
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