New efforts to remind patients to take pills
U.S. News & World Report/The Daily Herald, December 11, 2007
The new Electronic Medication Management System works like a personal computer, only for prescription medications. The system stores, organizes, and dispenses up to 10 different drugs, keeps track of complex dosing schedules, maintains printable records of a patient's medical history, and sets off alarms whenever it's time to take a pill.
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