Rubick's Cube for Baby Boomers (e-pill Multi-Alarm Cube)

Rubick's Cube for Baby Boomers (e-pill Multi-Alarm Cube)
Contact: Stefan Solvell (781) 239-8255 June 27, 2006


Rubick’s Cube for Baby Boomers – This e-pill cube is simple to use.

BOSTON, June 27 – e-pill is introducing its new “pill cube” (pillbox with timer) Multi-Alarm Cube for Baby Boomers who are taking medications. The e-pill(r) Multi-Alarm Cube(r) ( was designed for anyone who requires multiple medications to sustain their medical care at work or home, such as baby boomers and those living with chronic illnesses. This cube is affordable and easy to use. It helps to establish a daily routine for delivering medications in the appropriate quantities, at the correct time each day.

Boston based e-pill, LLC distributes the new pill cube to help address medication non-compliance issues. The new fashionable pill timer / pill case combination is available for patient-direct purchase now at / 1-800-549-0095 and is priced at $19.95 including FREE shipping & handling. The e-pill Multi-Alarm Cube can be configured by twisting action for one, two, three or four times per day dosing with a maximum of 24 alarms per day.

Stefan Solvell, e-pill’s President and Manager states, “Medication Adherence and Patient Compliance is a growing problem across our nation. This new e-pill Cube should be very popular with baby boomers or anyone needing to take medicine multiple times per day. This ‘cube’ is easy to set, and automatically resets every day at midnight”

About e-pill Medication Reminders: Boston based med-tech company e-pill, LLC has been in business since 1999. The company provides a full line of medication reminders and patient compliance devices marketed under the e-pillÒ brand. As the leading provider of medication reminders (“e-pill” or “ePill”) the company markets its products “patient direct” and to “institutions” (Hospitals, HMOs, Pharmaceutical Companies) throughout North America and Europe.

e-pill Medication Reminders
Parkinson's patients
Diabetes patients
ADD/ADHD patients
Baby Boomers

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