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Imagine the perfect tool to teach and simulate medication administration…

Would it have:

  • Barcode scanning for both dispensing AND patient identification
  • One time cost with NO ongoing subscription fees
  • Intuitive App-based operation
  • Quick turn around time between students

You’ve just described meds2GROW: It’s exactly what you need!

Teach your students best practices in medication administration at a price point and fidelity that fits any budget and nursing lab curriculum.  meds2GROW offers a low-cost solution with a high-tech feel.

Your students will have unlimited high stakes skill practice in the safety of your nursing lab.

FREE Grant Template!

Do you need a grant for a medication system but just do not have the time to write it?  We have a free completed template for you to copy and paste into whatever request for proposal that you need.  It also works great to demonstrate need to your administration or finance department. Sign up today.

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choose your ONE TIME price

Especially for the customer who:

Proprietary Software

Intuitive patient & med oder entry

Printable barcode patient ID band

Post-administration documentation


Over 100 simulated medication tags/vials

Getting Started Faculty Training ($249 value)

Over 100 simulated medication tags/vials

iPads in Protective Cases

Handheld Barcode Scanner

Patient Wristbands

ID Scanner/ID Access "Badge"

Mobile Cart with Power Strip

Medication Drawer Unit

Customer Support

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PREMIUM

$15,250

one time price

is ready to get started immediately out of the box and maximize student use in a limited space.

We populate with up to  10 of your patient files including 10 med orders for each

3

2

20 (10 patient specific & 10 blank)

3 years ($3600 value)

STANDARD

$7,990

one time price

needs the complete system features while  limiting investment.

Customer populates all files

2

1

10

1 year ($1200 value)

ECONOMY

$7,500

one time price

must incorporate with an existing product in order to meet expectations.

Customer populated all files

2

1

10

3 months ($300 value)

Frequently Asked Questions

Is there an annual fee or ongoing costs?   The purchase price is a one-time cost with no annual fees.  

Are there updates to software?  As the iPad operating system (iOS) software has updates, customers are contacted with confirmation that the iOS update has no impact on the meds2GROW system making it safe to update the iPad. As far as updates to the meds2GROW system itself: if there were to be a new version, it would be the similar to new editions of a textbook– individuals wishing to upgrade to a new edition/version could choose to purchase that new edition/version. meds2GROW Platinum includes software updates for 3 years.

Is this system compatible with other medications we already have?  One nice feature of the barcode key tags portion of the system is that they can be used alone or attached to actual pills/vials/syringes etc.  So, if learning objectives include cutting pills in half, for example, the tag can be used along with an actual physical tablet (supplied by the customer).  The same applies to attaching the tag to a vial of sterile water to practice drawing up an injectable medication.

Can medications be added to the formulary? If so, is there a limit to how many meds can be added?  There are roughly 100 of the most commonly prescribed medications in the formulary, but, if by chance, there is a specific medication that must be included to meet the learning objectives for a particular simulation, several “blank tags” are included that can be re-labeled.  Those blank tags can be reused as other meds as needed.  

The formulary medications were specifically selected to represent a wide range of medication classifications looking less at regional preferences toward specific medications.  The overarching goal of meds2GROW is for students to have a safe environment in which to repeatedly practice and develop the muscle memory and critical thinking associated in administering medications appropriately and safely and to become comfortable in identifying when to assess and document additional parameters in the medication administration process. This can be used in practice lab and in conjunction with simulation scenarios. 

This sounds great, but can I see it in person? Absolutely!  It is understandable to have a need to “look under the hood” before a major program equipment decision.  The next step is to send a demo unit to test the system firsthand without “sales pressure.”  While the demo system is on-site, a brief webinar is scheduled to ask any questions regarding function or processes.