Pioneering Use of Biometric Technologies Combined with Proven Dispensing Components, “Smart” Security Elements, and a Cloud-Based, HIPAA Compliant DBMS
Following its Mission, Berkshire Biomedical has developed a Revolutionary Virtual Care Prescription Drug Management System for the Intended User
Virtual Care with Drug Therapy is the Most Efficient and Pragmatic Way to Provide Patient Care – Where and When You Need it Most
“The Last Mile”
Precise, Timely and Consistent Dosage Delivery of Prescribed Liquid Oral Drug Regimens
Safety, Security and Adherence with Dual Biometrics Conﬁrmation– Fingerprint and Dentition – Prior to Drug Release
Support for Medical Decisions and Actions with Real-Time Usage Tracking, Data Storage and Analytics Creation and Access
COPA™ SYSTEM TECHNOLOGY FEATURES
Notifications to take Prescription Drugs at Prescribed Intervals
Dual Personalized Biometric Authorization Controls – Fingerprint and Dental Recognition
Precision Dosing using Proven Dispensing Components
Cellular Connectivity for Real-Time Usage Data Collection and Physician Driven Dosage Changes
Cloud-Based DBMS for Data Storage and Analytics Creation and Dissemination to Physicians, Pharmacists and Caregivers
Personalized/Customized Drug Regimen
Secured Medication Dispensing Dosage Specific Only to the Intended User
Continuous, Concentric, Connectivity (C³) for Patients, Payors, Providers and Prescribers
Layered Architecture: Data, User, Business, and Presentation Points
Data Entry Support and Data Reporting via Authorized User Interface or Application-Programing Interface (API)
Patient Users to Register with Multi-factor Authentication for Protection of Protected Health Information (PHI)
Six Stages of Data Management of all Key Adherence Related Data, fostering “Best Practices in Digital Health”
MOBILE DEVICE ENABLED:
Patient Access Through
Any Cloud Connection
PHARMACY READY: Meets standard dispensing workflows and e‑prescribing formats.
COPA™ design supports provider-based diagnosis of primary patient candidates and current prescribing protocols.
New and refill pharmacy-based Rx formats are based on NCPDP Standards.
Intuitive initial setup. Device is active once patient IDs are recorded and stored, taking only about one minute.