“The World’s #1 Emergency Medical Contact Information Application”
As Demonstrated on The Rachel Ray Show by Self-defense Expert and Former CIA Officer Jason Hanson with some important easy to follow tips on how ICE Medical Standard could save your life in an Emergency.
Now called….ICE Medical Standard App lets you put your Emergency Medical Contact Information on Your Smartphone's Lock Screen Image Overlay Display, if you are in an Accident, First Responder’s, EMS, EMTs, FEMA, and ER Staff can find Your Emergency Medical Contact Information as soon as they turn on your Smartphone
Over 14,000 Hospitals, Medical Clinics, Medical Schools and Visiting Angels - America’s Choice in Homecare and Living Assistance Services. With over 550 franchise offices across the United States are recommending and listing ICE Medical Standard App on their Websites and Emergency Pages.
First Responder’s, EMS, EMTs, FEMA, and ER Staff can view Your 3 Color Coded Medical Status by viewing the 1 of 3 colors on top of the ICE Medical Standard App or Your Smartphone Lock Screen Overlay Display to gain at-a-glance insight into Your Well-Being. The 3 Color Code Status Auto-Populates based on the information you enter into the ICE Medical Standard App or the ICE Medical Standard ID Card.
Red Color Code is High Risk Status – Alert and tells First Responder’s, EMS, EMTs, FEMA, and ER Staff to pause and read further. It reflects severe Allergies or Health Conditions. Yellow Color Code is Medium Risk Status – Alert and indicates the user is taking only Medications. If none of these apply, Green Color Code means you are Good To Go Status. You Can Choose To Show or Hide which Personal Information is displayed on your Smartphone Lock Screen Overlay Display to Protect Your Privacy.
Since uploading the original ICE Standard Application on December 24, 2010, ICE Medical Standard App has over 100 Million Users in Untied States. ICE Medical Standard App, is the Industry Standard for Storing and Retrieving Personal Medical Information to Emergency Critical Care Networks in the event of an Accident or a Disaster.
The New ICE Auto Insurance Standard upgrade adds comprehensive support in the event You or Your Family are in an Auto Accident.
NOTE: The Smartphone is regarded as a backup device for your ICE Medical Standard ID Card, if in an Accident your Smartphone may be damaged, overlooked or out of power. A physical ICE Medical Standard ID Card is now available and is the best way to provide Emergency Medical Contact Information for First Responder’s, EMS, EMTs, FEMA and ER Staff.
About The Kids Foundation and ICE Standard Technologies joint partnership. About The Kids Foundation is the exclusive licensor of ICE Medical Standard App and ICE Auto Insurance Standard App
www.AboutTheKids.Org and www.ICEStandardTech.Com
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I love the App but will wait to use it to see what it shows in privacy section.
Jun 08, 2022
I replaced a previous app with this one, yet when I complete the install, it rates me as “High Risk” in spite of having no medical conditions that would warrant such, with no contact options to inquire how to resolve the issue. No wonder since the copyright information on each page is “2017”.
Aug 03, 2022
I found the app to be easy to fill out !I am glad there is this app, hopefully no one needs it!! Stay safe.
Jun 03, 2022
I travel a lot and of course you always have concerns about an emergency and where is all the info stored!So comforting to have it one phone in area that first responders know where to look for info!
Jun 08, 2022
Contains only basic info necessary for EMT. More would be confusing, less inadequate. A good balance for an emergency situation.
Jun 03, 2022