ICE Standard ER with Smart911™ - The Official In Case of Emergency Standard Card App for iPhone
By About The Kids Foundation
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The world’s #1 emergency medical contact information app.
As seen on the Today Show and in the Costco Connections Magazine, New York Times and recommended
on the websites of over 4,000 hospitals, medical clinics and medical schools in the United States.
ICE Standard ER lets you put your health information and emergency medical contacts on your phone's lock screen wallpaper, so if you are in an accident, EMTs and first responders can find your health information as soon as they turn on your phone.
EMTs and first responders can view your 3 color coded medical status by viewing the top of the app or your wallpaper to gain an at-a-glance insight into your well-being. The color auto-populates based on what information you preload into the app or the ICE Standard Personal card.
Red color is high risk and tells the EMT to pause and read further. It reflects severe allergies or health conditions. Yellow means medium risk and indicates the user is taking medications. If none of these apply, the user is green, good to go. You can choose to show or hide which personal information is shown on your lock screen to protect your privacy.
ICE Standard ER is the only app integrated with the national Smart911™ database. Smart911™ is a free service that provides important information about yourself and your family to 9-1-1 prior to an emergency, so police and dispatchers can see it when you call from a registered phone number.
ICE Standard is the only emergency medical contact information application deployed across thousands of cities and universities, and has become the industry standard for storing and retrieving personal medical information critical to emergency care in the event of an accident or a disaster.
The new ICE Standard ER With Smart911 Auto Edition upgrade adds comprehensive support in the event you or your family are in an auto accident.
Note: the phone is regarded as a backup location for your emergency medical information, as in an accident your phone may be damaged, overlooked or out of power. A physical emergency card is the best way to provide health information for emergency personnel.
Dedicated to the victims of the Boston Marathon bombing and the 9-11 World Trade Center New York City terrorist attack.
The Men, and Women of “The Greatest Generation”.
New York Times reference: “In Case of Emergency: Me Cellphone Knows What to Do,” by Kit Eaton, 7/3/2013.
Costco Connections Magazine June 2014 reference: “Emergency? There’s an app for that,” by Karen J. Bannan, 6/2014
HealthTap reference: “Doctor Recommended 2014 AppRx Awards TOP 10 App in Category”. By Dr. Geoff Rutledge, Chief Medical Officer, HealthTap
Other awards for ICE Standard from blogs, print, and social media:
The #1 App Recommended by Doctors, Nurses and EMTs
The #1 App Recommended by Police, Fireman and First Responders
Top Emergency Safety App Recommended for Single Women to have on their Smartphone or iPad
Best App for Disasters
Best App for Travel
Best App for Parents to protect their Kids
Best App have in case you have an Auto Accident
Most recommended App by Insurance Agents to document vehicle accidents
What's New in Version 2.0.8
Fixed issue with auto section not showing all information.
Minor bug fixes.
I think this is a fantastic app, I take a blood thinner and I have never, in the seven years that I have been on it, gotten my INR levels right. I have called 911 probably 14 times, almost at deaths door and in need of a blood transfusion. Everything was on a piece of paper in my purse which often was forgotten in the rush. Insurance cards in one place, drug lists in another, ID in another. Now, as long as I have my phone, my poor husband doesn't even have to rush to the hospital with me if it's late at night. Great app, I highly recommend it for any one who is often calling 911, or just to have it in your purse in case of an accident, and especially for any one on a blood thinner. That is vital information that paramedics need to know from the start.
Registered with 911
I used to have a typed out page I had to carry with me. No more! App can be registered with 911, includes what you want to fill in, & it's saved 2 the cloud! My personal info, emergency contacts, diagnosis', medications, and *other that I used for my organ donor and DNR! I don't have to tell the EMT all this stuff, and I won't forget anything! Updating my info is easy! Would be better if I could insert a med. on list to keep it organized instead of adding 2 bottom of list. I don't think it really matters, though. The lock screen image is great. Can see my important things-name, contact #'s, but must unlock phone to see all info, & I am glad! Add $.99 for auto info if you like. Ty! 😄
I've been using another app and was not happy. When I found this app, I read a lot of the reviews and got it. I've had to go by ambulance to the hospital twice in the last 4 months. I was unable to speak for myself. I wish is had this app then. I love the fact that you have unlimited space for meds and diagnoses. Also, it's really easy to edit or add info and it rates your health risk. Next time I have to go to hospital, I will get my daughter to use this. It will save a lot of time and gives me peace of mind. It did crash a few times, however, I rebooted my phone and got an antivirus app and have had NO issues since. Thanks!!
- Category: Medical
- Updated: Dec 10, 2015
- Version: 2.0.8
- Size: 15.8 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: About The Kids Foundation
- © About the Kids Foundation
Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
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