In 2018, TruMedicines was received an FDA Grant. After 5 years of Research and Development, the Telepack was completed with the goal to simplify the management of taking medications.
TruMedicines is actively improving the TelePack product inside University of Washington's CoMotion innovation lab. Located in Fluke hall, it is where the Telepack spent most of its time during the early stages.
TelePack is covered by government approved CPT billing Codes, making sure that it is affordable.
The TelePack provides TeleHealth services at the touch of a button. No need for complicated procedures, laptops, mute buttons, cell phone apps everything is designed to be quick and easy to use.
The TelePack uses Video conferencing to connect you with your loved ones easily through the 8 inch touch screen and can monitor the dispensing of medication packets.
Telemedicine has historically referred to as remote clinical services, telehealth can refer to a broader array of services using both synchronous and asynchronous technologies, including:
- Real-time, audio-video visits.
- Store-and-forward technologies.
- Online digital visits and/or brief check-in services, including verbal/audio-only check-ins.
- Inter-professional internet consultations.
- Remote patient-monitoring.
TruMedicines connects families together by delivering the right medicines at the right time.
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TRACY is not a chatbot. Unlike virtual humans such as Kuki and Sophia, TRACY is completely driven by scripted content. “In all kinds of automation if you can add a level of humanity that adds value,” scripted video approach provides control and brand protection for companies along with the added “humanity.” Tracy only responds to human users with scripted responses. That may limit the scope of what these virtual humans can do but that is the point. They are designed to consistently perform a narrow function. Now that function can also be performed in multiple languages.
Whiteboxing allows the TelePack to collaborate with a partner online pharmacys to achieve wide distribution of worldwide. Interested in extending your Brand? Contact us today.
Telepack is officially an FDA Class I Medical Device (CFR 21 § 890.5050-NXB 2799), that is 100% covered by Medicare and Medicaid CPT insurance codes for TeleMedicine products. We will not break your wallet but help you get the most out of your home based TelePack dispenser.