Built to discover long-term insights into opioid usage as well as assist patients in the early stages of the opioid cycle.
It is build with security, weight, and tracking features that allow the bottle to properly monitor opioid usage from patient to patient. Patients will be given the opportunity to use their Cora bottle in cognizance with an app that will guide them through their opioid usage.
However, this bottle has no features set on stopping one from taking their medication. It is built to help understand opioids for patients.
In its efforts to help consumers, it works to data mine by compiling thousands of user profiles into statistical points. These plot points are sent for educational use to the National Institute on Drug Abuse. There, the National Institute on Drug Abuse can observe user habits, usage cycles and trends into opioid usage and determine specific hypothesis and solutions to counter the epidemic.
Cora is a seamless piece of medical tech that doesn’t affect any part of the current pharmaceutical landscape. It is made to be easy for all parties involved with an emphasis on data mining to research and prevent opioid usage in the future.