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Invisible Bracelet Launches Nationwide Emergency Medical Notification Text Messaging Service

Tue, 08/31/2010 - 8:37am
Bio-Medicine.Org

TULSA, Okla., Aug. 31 /PRNewswire/ -- When faced with a medical crisis, having the ability or presence of mind to personally communicate critical health information to emergency response teams may not be possible.  With invisibleBracelet.org (iB), a virtual medical ID, consumers may have their vital health information readily available to emergency medical service (EMS) providers through the new ICE Public Profile and Enhanced Medic Network, helping save crucial time.  

The new iB Web service offers two levels of protection.  iB members may enroll for the SMS text-based 51020 ICE Public Profile that can instantly share medical conditions, medication, allergy and/or "in case of emergency" (ICE) contact details with first responders that have access to a member's iB wallet card, ID sticker or key fob.  First responders receive a 160-character ICE alert text message that was created by the member during the registration process.  All major U.S. mobile carriers including AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, T-Mobile, Nextel, Alltel, U.S. Cellular and Boost Mobile support the 51020 service.  

The Enhanced Medic Network takes the 51020 feature to the next level of service, offering members a private profile only accessible to licensed and trained EMS providers in dozens of markets throughout the U.S.  With 110 initial licensees, iB will have more than 10,000 medics trained on how to locate iB identifiers and query iB personal identification numbers (PINs) using the iB Medic Network search engine.  Medics can query the PIN and get instant access to the patient-provided information about their current health conditions.  If medical transport is necessary, medics can notify up to 10 ICE contacts with the push of a button by simply confirming the name of the medical facility the patient is being taken for treatment.

To use either the 51020 ICE

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