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Based in Boston, USA, QMedic Medical Alert System is popular for its innovative help button systems that are designed to improve wear compliance, provide constant wellness monitoring and deliver the most timely, accurate response to every call. QMedic Medical Alert System provides one in-home landline-based medical alert system and two cellular-connected help buttons. It doesn’t ask for any long-term contracts, and there are no cancellation fees.

QMedic Pricing

QMedic Pricing plans offer three medical alert systems that are leased to subscribers on a monthly or annual basis starting at $30 per month or $300 per year. There are no long-term contracts and no cancellation fees. For the best QMedic Pricing plans, contact the vendor.

Below are few QMedic Pricing plans-

  1. In-Home Cellular System           $30 per month or $300 per year
  2. Landline Medical Alert System $30 per month or $300 per year
  3. Outdoor Mobile GPS                   $45 per month or $400 annually

QMedic Demo

Users can refer to the company website for a demo.



Cellular - The cellular medical alert system is intended for at-home use in areas with good cellular coverage. Like a landline-based system, the cellular system includes a base unit equipped with a microphone, speaker, and a help button that’s paired with either a wrist-worn help button or a neck-worn pendant. The base unit operates up to 1,000 feet from the wearable help buttons and equipped with a SIM card within the base station.

GPS tracking – The mobile GPS by QMedic Medical Alert System is an all-in-one help button that comprises GPS location tracking along with a speaker and microphone to allow two-way conversations through the pendant. The device is connected through a built-in cellular SIM card, and it’s water-resistant for wear in the rain.

Proactive Technology – The specific proactive monitoring feature offered by QMedic can track activity and sleep automatically and determines whenever there’s a deviation. This data, along with notifications of anomaly behavior, such as having an extra-long nap or not attending a weekly water aerobics course, is sent to caregivers. It also mentions using it when you consult with medical personnel. With QMedic’s monitoring technology, one can receive an alert if your loved ones had not left bed for the day.

Moreover, the pendants/wristbands can determine whether the user is wearing them. It enables the user and their family members to customize notifications to be sent to anyone listed as their caregiver, so they could remind the user to put the wearable emergency pendant back on.


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    Battery Life
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    Free Spouse Monitoring
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    Help Button
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    Medication Reminders
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    Rated Pendant Range
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    Wellness Checks
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    Personal Emergency Response System (PERS)
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    On-Site Support
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    Monitored Medical Alert Systems
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    Monitoring Service
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    Standalone Medical Alert Systems
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    Unmonitored Medical Alert Systems
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    Customer Support
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    Fall Detection
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    Nurse Calling System (NCS)
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    Smart Belt
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    Remote Support
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    Training and development
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    Others, please specify
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