What's the purpose of Medication Call Reminder?
What's the purpose of a Free 14 Day Trial?
This is an opportunity for an End User to experience the benefits of Medication Call Reminder before starting a subscription. The trial includes scheduling one (1) reminder call or SMS/text for 14 days. End User’s acknowledgment or non-acknowledgement of intent to take prescribed medication is immediately sent by phone call or SMS/text to a designated caregiver. This is a primary benefit of the service to notify a caregiver of the call or text message outcome. View Welcome Medication Call Reminder to learn more.
How do I Get Started?
How does it work?
Medication Call Reminder allows a subscriber to schedule online for when, what and how to take prescribed medication. A follow-up call is sent within 5, 10 or 15 minutes to allow End User to verify taking medication. Immediately, notification is sent to a family caregiver or health care provider by phone or text to monitor adherence. View Individual Subscriber.
Can I track my reminder call or text activity?
Yes, the Dashboard enables you to track in real-time the call activity to determine acknowledgement or non-acknowledgement of the reminder by an End User. View How to review an Activity Report.
What's the difference between a Subscriber and End User?
How do I schedule a reminder phone call or SMS text?
Starting at the Dashboard, click “Add Reminder” to select the Reminder Time, Type and Phone Number. For a SMS text, set the time, enter the phone number and the reminder message. For example, “Hi John Doe, this message is to remind you to take your morning medication. Have a great day!” View How to make a voice call and/or How to send a reminder by text to speech.
How long is a reminder phone call?
Can I customize a personal reminder message?
Yes, you can personalize a reminder message by uploading an audio file or use our Click-to-Call feature which enables you to record a personalized message over the phone and loaded in your profile. View Upload Voice