What the press is saying

wired

“Like a FitBit for taking medication.”

engadget

“A smart, intuitive pill organizer that doesn't embarrass its patients.”

techcrunch

“PillDrill smartens up the home medication process with a connected system.”

techhive

“This innovative device could lead to better medical outcomes while reducing family friction.”

ien

“In a world of gadgets and gizmos of sometimes questionable requirement, here’s something that can make you feel good about technology’s impact on at-home medical applications.”

mashable

“PillDrill is, potentially, the kind of medication management you’re looking for.”

lifehacker

“The caregiver connection, plus the fact that the person taking the pills doesn’t need to work the app, mean PillDrill fills a need that current apps don’t.”

medcitynews

“The device at the center of PillDrill resembles a clock radio and that’s intended to help it blend in to users’ homes.”

medgadget

“Simply stick the tags onto the bottles with your meds and swipe them near the Hub every time you ingest those medications.”

vegas-inc

“The product is unique because it addresses one of the biggest problems in getting patients to take their medicine: psychological barriers.”

mental-floss

“Unlike other medication-reminder apps, PillDrill is built around simple physical gestures.”

kim-komando

“Keeping track of which pill you take when can be tough [...]. But don't worry, there's a new, very cute device that can help you.”

chronicality

“One of the most unique features? The Mood Cube [...] to help you track your general mood, well-being or even pain levels. That makes us feel: great.”

dsn-ecrm

“PillDrill named 'Best New Product' at ECRM’s Home Health Care EPPS event.”







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