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Best Medical Alert Systems

Last updated: October 15, 2021
America's Premier Medical Alert

MobileHelp offers low monthly monitoring fees, ($19.95 per month), no equipment fees, no activation fees, no long-term contracts, and a lifetime warranty on all equipment.

  • 30-Day Money-Back Guarantee
  • Mobile/GPS and Fall Detection
  • A+ Better Business Rating
  • FDA Registered
High Service & Reliable Experience

Lifefone is the Leading Provider in Medical Alert Services since 1976 & is recognized by doctors, hospitals & caregivers along with premiere health, education and consumer organizations.

  • Price-Lock Guarantee
  • No Contract – Cancel Anytime
  • 1 Month Free
  • Use code: CARE21
Best Battery Longevity

Immediate help with the push of a button with MedicalAlert and safety specialists customizing your solution.

 

  • Service available in all 50 states
  • Backup battery lasts up to 32 hours
  • Base range is 400 feet in all directions
  • MedicalAlert notifies loved ones
  • 30-day risk free trial
24 Hour Emergency Protection

The Alert1 medical alert system includes everything you need to begin receiving 24-hour emergency protection.

 

  • Stay on the phone until help arrives
  • 24/7 monitoring
  • 30 Day Refund Policy*
  • Affordable pricing
  • Service in all 50 states
  • Offers and deals available
#1 User-Rated HSA Provider.

Lively makes it simpler to deal with the increasing expenses of individual wellbeing through Health Savings Accounts (HSA) that permit individuals to not just save money on the expenses of medical services today but also plan for the expenses of tomorrow.

  • Simple and Straightforward
  • No minimum cash balance required
  • Automated Transfers

While other industry competitors offer no activation fees and a no-cost delivery, Bay Alarm Medical charges for both delivery and activation. Despite these downsides, the company doesn’t require any long-term contracts.

At 3 years, Life Alert locks customers into one of the biggest long-term contracts in the industry. Top competitors offer contracts that operate from month-to-month, which provide consumers the peace of mind of not having to buy out of a contract.

GreatCall functions a bit differently than its primary competitors. The company has added equipment fees as well as activation fees for its alert systems, and this even goes for the basic medical alert system.

Philips Lifeline doesn’t have a specific range for its products. The range varies depending on the location of the communicator and the specifications of the house itself. The company also warns that the range in and around your home must be tested.