Does hero pill dispenser require a subscription?

Does hero pill dispenser require a subscription?

Does hero pill dispenser require a subscription?

Pricing and membership details Buying Hero's pill dispenser is not just buying the device, but instead subscribing for a membership. This membership commitment is a year long and costs $29.99 per month, with a one-time starting fee of $99.

How many pills does the hero hold?

10 How many pills can Hero hold? Hero can store up to 10 different types of pills, and each of its 10 cartridges can hold up to a 90 day supply of pills.

How much is the hero medication?

You pay a one-time initiation fee of $99.99 to receive and use a Hero pill dispenser. After that, you pay a monthly membership fee. The Basic Hero plan is $29.99 with access to the device, app, optional medication refill service and technical support.

How do I cancel my hero Health subscription?

You may cancel your membership to the App or Hero Fill at any time by contacting Hero at [email protected] or by logging into your account and following the cancellation instructions. Hero requires a reasonable amount of time to process cancellation requests.

Why does hero require a subscription?

The membership model allows us to offer Hero to as many users as possible at an affordable price while also receiving constant updates to both the app and the firmware that controls the Hero smart dispenser. Your subscription also includes our limited warranty for the duration of your Hero membership.

Are pill dispensers covered by insurance?

Yes, your HSA or FSA can reimburse you for the cost of an automatic pill dispenser. Check with your savings program before investing in an automatic pill dispenser because rules governing these savings accounts change from time to time.

How much does hero med dispenser cost?

The Hero pill dispenser itself costs $99.99 upfront and then $29.99 a month. In order to use the dispenser, all customers have to pay that $29.99 a month membership. After the first 30 days, the customer will be charged for the entire year, a total amount of $359.88 not including the activation fee.

How do you refill a hero medicine?

The device will guide you through the simple setup process. First you will enter the name of the pill and set its schedule in the Hero App. The machine will then offer you a cartridge to fill. Pour the medicine into the cartridge and replace it in the machine.

How do I return my hero health?

You'll just need to return the Hero device with the original packaging in good condition. Simply contact customer service at [email protected] or call us at 855-855-9962 to receive your free shipping label so you can return your Hero.

How do I cancel my hero account?


  1. Login into your Course Hero account.
  2. Go to Account Settings by hovering over your profile picture.
  3. Select Stop Recurring Membership.
  4. Confirm the cancellation by following the steps on screen.

How can I use Course Hero for free?

  • While Course Hero does not offer a free trial to explore the entire platform, there are ways you can unblur (unlock) documents and use Course Hero for free. You can access uploaded documents for free—and help others learn—when you upload your own original study materials and documents.

Do you have to be a hero member to use the HERO APP?

  • No, your Hero membership includes unlimited caregivers who can also use the Hero app to monitor your adherence levels and receive notifications if there are any missed doses. I want to buy 2 Hero dispensers because I take more than 10 medications.

Do you need a subscription for hero tier?

  • You only need a Hero Tier subscription to add others' published homebrew to your collection, or a Master Tier subscription to enable content sharing.

How much does it cost to get a hero membership?

  • You will be billed the $99.99 initiation fee at purchase. Your monthly membership will begin the day you activate your Hero medication dispenser or 7 days after delivery of the device (whichever is sooner). What happens if my Hero stops working?

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