MedaCube - The Worry-Free Medication Manager

Kathleen is determined to stay independent as long as she can. And now, MedaCube — the only clinically proven solution to medication non-adherence — is helping her achieve that goal.

MedaCube is designed for people like Kathleen, who are capable and full of life, but have a hard time remembering to take their medications. MedaCube reminds Kathleen to take her medications, automatically dispenses a 90-day supply of up to 16 different medications, and sends messages to her family and caregivers if she misses a dose, all without the need for presorting pills.

Bulk loading — up to a 90-day supply

Bulk loading — up to a 90-day supply

When prompted — touch the screen

When prompted — touch the screen

Take your pills — and stay independent!

Take your pills — and stay independent!

Simplify.

Touch the screen and take your pills. Simple.

Smart.

Flexible dosing, safety features, data storage.

Health.

Connection through messages and alerts.

MedaCube is different!

Easy to use

Dispenses any combination of up to 16 different medications

Bulk loads up to a 90-day supply of each medication

No presorting of pills required

Built-in barcode scanner for fast, error‑proof loading

Sends text messages if any doses are late or missed and when it is time to refill a medication

Adherence Pilot Study

A clinical study conducted by St. John Fisher College shows MedaCube improving medication adherence in a group of patients from an average of 48% to an amazing 97%.

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Patient Adherence with MedaCube

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Maintain independence …
Gain peace of mind

Watch the story of Kathleen, a loving 86-year-old mother, grandmother, great-grandmother and MedaCube user.

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Maintain independence …
Gain peace of mind

Watch the story of Kathleen, a loving 86-year-old mother, grandmother, great-grandmother and MedaCube user.

Maintain independence …
Gain peace of mind

Watch the story of Kathleen, a loving 86-year-old mother, grandmother, great-grandmother and MedaCube user.