Organizes. Schedules. Reminds. Delivers. Monitors.
Karie is a home health appliance that organizes and delivers medication. It’s a personal healthcare companion, empowering users and improving health outcomes.
Karie provides an automated solution to the common, costly, but completely preventable problem of poor medication adherence for elderly patients living alone.
Enables People to Age in Place
23% of patients in long term care are institutionalized because they cannot take their medication properly. AARP reports that 90% of seniors wish to age in their own homes. Karie allows aging individuals to age in place by automating medication regimens.
Karie reduces the burden on caregivers by eliminating the stress of medication non-adherence. In addition to Karie’s scheduling and delivery features, the device uses smartphone technology to alert family when a patient has missed a dosage.
- Face Recognition
- Pin Code
- Early Dose Prevention
- Bolt to Countertop
- Lock in Cartridge
- Disable Early Dispense Function
- Cartridge Mismatch Notification
- 72 Hours Battery Backup
Reduces Healthcare Costs
Karie can mitigate the cost of medication non-adherence, which is $290 billion in the US annually. Karie removes the chance of non-adherence through human error via its ability to organize, deliver and monitor medication regimens leading to better health outcomes and increasing one’s control over their care.
Learn how Karie works.
Are you leaving the house for an extended period of time? Karie’s Going Out feature enables users to dispense the medication you will need while absent. Watch how it works.
Karie has a single-load action and dispenses pills with one-button control. This easy to use appliance uses pouch-packaging that is administered by your pharmacist. Watch how to load Karie.
Karie reminds users to take their medication by lighting up and making a chiming noise. Watch how Karie reminds.
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