Information Mediary Corp

How Does Med-ic® Work?

The Med-ic® Electronic Compliance Monitor (ECM©) utilizes a CPU and attached printed sensor grid embedded in a medication blister package. The CPU records the time when a given tablet or capsule is expelled from its blister, and stores the data for later display and/or analysis. At the time of refilling the prescription or during a clinical trial follow-up visit, the patient's compliance data are downloaded to a PC via a CertiScan® RFID Reader, or downloaded using any NFC-enabled smart phone or tablet. CertiScan Software displays the information immediately on the PC using an intuitive graphic interface featuring point and click "drill down" capabilities ranging from daily to annual "at a glance" views. Using an NFC-enabled smart phone or tablet, compliance data can similarly be displayed directly on the device. Immediate display allows for on the spot targeted eduction to improve subsequent compliance. The data can also be exported to a variety of software solutions (eg: .pdf, .csv) for later use or analysis. CertiScan Software uses a secure proprietary trial data file (.tdf) to record, store, display and retrieve electronic records of compliance data. The software extends electronic record compliance with 21 CFR Part 11 back directly to the patient source. No patient information is stored on the CPU, ensuring confidentiality. CPU-resident data comprise simply a sequence of numbers representing time-events that can only be related to a patient when the study code is broken by the sponsor. Inputting compliance data collected by the traditional methods of patient reports, medication diaries and pill counts is costly. Med-ic eliminates the need for the double entry compliance data phase, dramatically reducing data entry costs while offering researchers the most reliable and valid records of patient adherence to the study regimen.

 

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CPES2017
Toronto, Canada
May 24 - May 26 2017
CPES is Canada’s premier conference and trade show exhibition for printable, flexible and wearable electronics (PE). CPES2017 is the place for PE industrial companies and end-users to meet and discuss how they can work together to commercialize new products and applications. Academic researchers can discover how they can link their research to market needs and opportunities.
Interphex Japan 2017
Tokyo Big Sight
Jun 28 - Jun 30 2017
With more than 1,000 exhibitors, INTERPHEX JAPAN is the world's leading and firmly established B-to-B trade show specialized in Pharmaceutical R&D and Manufacturing.
Trial Protocol Optimization and Design Congress
Philadelphia, PA
Jul 17 - Jul 18 2017
ExL’s 2017 Trial Protocol Optimization and Design Congress will explore the complex relationship protocol design has with clinical trial success.
Data Integrity for Clinical Research Summit
Morristown, NJ
May 22 - May 23 2017
The Data Integrity for Clinical Research Summit will showcase the most important trends and future direction of clinical data integrity. This program will feature case studies and panel sessions, and will uncover data integrity successes and challenges.
RxAdherence 2017
Florham Park, New Jersey
May 02 2017
RxAdherence2017, Strategies to Improve Outcomes, is celebrating 24 years of being the singular educational event focusing on patient adherence solutions, including pharmacy programs, patient education, and pharmaceutical compliance-prompting packaging.