Medical Emergencies: People Seeking Quicker Ways to Access Medical History

New smart phone technologies enable immediate retrieval of patients' medical information in seconds

Oct 26, 2011, 10:37 ET from MedicStats

OVERLAND PARK, Kan., Oct. 26, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- MedicStats has developed a revolutionary system that offers a unique method of storing updated medical information, and for first responders to retrieve vital medical information about patients—utilizing a quick response barcode. The MedicStats Info System contains a MedicStats card, which can be carried in a purse or wallet, and two keytags, for a keychain or necklace. The cards and tags can be easily scanned with a smart phone, or medical scanner that immediately display medical information in seconds.

A quick scan will reveal a patient's current medications, allergies, conditions, health providers, and emergency contacts.  The medical information chosen by the MedicStats member will be converted to the member's own personal website, and then connected to an individual QR code, which will be placed on the MedicStats card and tag, and can be accessed at any time.

The information can also be updated, and forwarded to any chosen health professional, eliminating the need to fill out unnecessary paperwork. The MedicStats card also eliminates one of the biggest problems emergency personnel face: an unresponsive patient who cannot provide important medical information. Medic Stats provides an easy, innovative solution to the problem and eliminates the need for patients to wear medical bracelets.

"This is a revolutionary product in the health forum, and will become a vital system for families and medical services," said Randy Miller, founder of MedicStats.  "We help you collect, connect and protect your medical history."

To view the MedicStats TV commercial:  http://www.youtube.com/user/MedicStats?feature=mhee. MedicStats was founded in 2011 and is dedicated to continually advancing healthcare. For more information about MedicStats, visit http://www.medicstats.com/.

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