The MedPlanner Medicine Organizer neatly and discreetly corrals medication, medical devices, and other healthcare essentials. The hardshell, ringed case holds seven zip-top pouches (that you can write on) and has a stretchy grid which works together to organize medication, vitamins, or small devices like an inhaler, EpiPen, or insulin. An easy-open loop was made for folks with dexterity issues in mind.
Mighty Well Maker Emily Levy lives with a chronic illness and considers herself a “professional patient”. She created an all-in-one medication and medical devices organization hub for folks like her who need to keep these things on hand but don’t want to draw a lot of attention.
Sick of the typical medical-grade offerings, Emily and friends Maria del Mar Gomez and Yousef Al-Humaidhi designed the MedPlanner while still in college. It’s a modern-looking and, most importantly, subtle way to keep healthcare essentials neatly (and discreetly) close by.
Removable zip-top pouches and stretchy bands corral medicine, vitamins, and small devices like inhalers, EpiPens, and insulin inside the hardshell case. And an easy-open loop was made with folks with dexterity issues in mind.
Along with serving as a portable organization solution, Emily’s design gives people peace of mind that the things they need are always within reach. She and the Mighty Well team nailed their goal of empowering people to live life to the fullest, regardless of health obstacles.