Over the past three months, Direct Care Professionals at Imagine!’s SmartHomes and other residential settings field tested CaraSolva’s Mobile MedSupport on the Apple iPad and Samsung Galaxy Tab.
Below, you can read a press release issued by CaraSolva about the testing process and the results from the test (SPOILER ALERT: the results were very positive!).
Thanks, CaraSolva, for leading the way in demonstrating how for-profit and not-for-profit organizations can work together to find new solutions using technology to better serve some of our most vulnerable citizens.
Imagine! completes Quality Assurance of CaraSolva Mobile MedSupport on iPad and Samsung Galaxy Tab
The Direct Care Professionals at Imagine!, over a period of three months, tested CaraSolva Mobile MedSupport on the Apple iPad and Samsung Galaxy Tab. They reported that the tablet touchscreen interface and the ability to move easily around the care home was an enjoyable experience and allowed them to dispense and report meds more rapidly and accurately resulting in reduced medication errors.
Imagine! is based in Lafayette, Colorado and provides support services to more than 2,600 people of all ages with developmental delays and cognitive disabilities including autism, cerebral palsy, and Down syndrome.
Mobile MedSupport is the version of CaraSolva’s popular MedSupport product, optimized for use on touchscreen tablets. MedSupport prompts and allows caregivers to report outcomes for medications, vitals, treatments and other care tasks.
CaraSolva Mobile MedSupport is now available and will be free of charge to current customers for a 3 month period.
Kevin Harding internationally recognized guru of Smarthome technology waxed ecstatic about this step forward for mankind. “This is probably one of the coolest pieces of technology that I’ve seen. Way better than the transporter on the Starship Enterprise.”
Globally known Intellectual Disabilities Business Development Tsar, Greg Wellems, stated, “Frankly this is a huge leap. It would not surprise me to hear CaraSolva and Imagine! mentioned in the same sentence as Microsoft, Google, and KT’s Barbecue.”