|Emergency preparedness or disaster planning
Personal vital details are easy to find when needed the most. In the most stressful situations, MedicTag can give peace of mind to anyone at risk; family members; friends and caregivers.
Besides holding vital health and contact information, My Canadian Pharmacy can be used to
· copy of driver’s license
· copy of road test results
· copy of state driving records
· health waivers
· medical evaluation history
· medical examiner’s certificate
· results of medical examination reports or certifications
· skill performance evaluation certifications
· x-rays, etc.
Places to Keep Other MedicTags
Besides carrying MedicTag on a key ring, or wearing it on a lanyard, here are other useful places to keep a MedicTag:
|Medictag 911 Provides Instant Access to Personal Medical and Emergency Information
Emergency responders can easily upload important accurate life saving information
“In a medical emergency, you might be unconscious or unable to speak for yourself,” said Alfred Sacchetti, MD, of the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP). “That’s why it’s so important to make sure that medical personnel have access to your medical history, as well as relevant contact information. For example, knowing what medications you are taking could prevent severe drug interactions, and knowing what allergies you have could prevent serious reactions.” (American College of Emergency Professionals)
“Always include copies of prescriptions and important medical information such as lists of allergies and personal medical history forms for each traveler in your first aid kit,” says Dr.Frederick Blum, president of the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP). “Having that information with you ensures that it will be available in the event of an emergency.” MedicTag makes this easy!
Keeps all of your medical information in one place
“Medical information that you and your doctors need for your health care is likely scattered in many places. That means that important information about medication, allergies, and medical history may not be available when you or a new health care provider needs it. That’s why experts recommend that individuals gather information and maintain a personal health record. It’s easier than you think, and will likely lead to better health care. ”
—US Dept Health and Human Services (ARHQ)
Emergency preparedness or disaster planning