Modern Emergency ID Card is intended to be a timesaving data entry method for emergency personnel and a life-saving medical ID card for the cardholding patient. MEIDC was designed and developed with the help of multiple types of emergency responders. MEIDC supports the SAFR (Search, Alert, File, Reconcile) and PULSE (Patient Unified Lookup System) method for EMS in both analog and digital format.
The free MEIDC ID card app for Apple and Android smart devices provides a quick and easy way to answer vital question that are asked when an emergency occurs. Think of the MEIDC app as a pre-accident interview. The MEIDC app creates a current custom medical ID Card for all ages and stages in life with the ability to relay personal information correctly and quickly to the emergency technician who is in charge patient care. Having effective accurate data in the ePCR increases positive patient outcomes while saving time and resources.
MEIDC assists the emergency medical community in providing a tool that streamlines integration between disparate systems and provides efficient data handling from the card holder to the first responder and all the way to the base hospital, thus eliminating the possibility of data entry error, duplicate paperwork or misusing EMS personnel specialized skills while saving precious time in the field.
MEIDC goes as far as to include religious preferences, DNR/DNI wishes, emergency contact, unhealthy habits, privacy waiver with card holder signature. MEIDC strives to set a new standard in personal health barcode technology, improve efficiency, reducing costs and assisting in saving lives. The free MEIDC app provides patients with a seamless method to communicate what needs to be known in an emergency.
Modern Emergency ID Card does NOT store private health information. Patient information lives on the user device and can be updated at anytime when new cards need to be ordered.
Modern Emergency ID Card technology improves the quality of care from injury to recovery right from the start. The free MEIDC app is available on iTunes for iOS Apple devices, Google Play and Amazon for Android devices. MEIDC is attending community events and strengthening corporate partnerships in 2018.
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Shelly is a professional freelance photo journalist who has been covering news, professional sports and events for over 20 years across North America. On her journey with the camera, she saw a communication need that was not being met between first responder’s and emergency patients. Shelly was a Public Information Officer with the Orange County American Red Cross for five years, maintaining current certification in First Aid, CPR and AED. Shelly is ASHI-Approved with certification by the American Safety & Health Institute in BLS (CPR and AED) for healthcare providers. Shelly is also certified by FEMA with specialized training for Disaster Preparedness, Medical Operations I & II, Fire Suppression, Light Search and Rescue, along with being a Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) member in Orange County, California.
App Program Developers
Bill Fisher: Bill is currently overseeing the Quicksilver team developing the MEIDC app, focusing in particular on the security, technical integrity and visual quality of all aspects of the system. His extensive background in the creation of ID badge and barcode software is an important asset to the team. Jacob Jauregui: Jacob is the main app programmer for MEIDC. He is responsible for designing a modern and easy-to-use experience for the MEIDC mobile App. Crystal LaFrance: Crystal has helped in the development of the MEIDC App. Jeremy Lennert: Jeremy has written data-processing scripts for converting between human-friendly and computer-friendly formats.
President, Total Awareness Consulting Services
Rob Winslow is an experienced patent analyst who turns intellectual property into valuable assets. Rob has assisted MEIDC in determining patent feasibility and freedom to operate. He has also coached MEIDC through the preparation of patent disclosures. Rob is an expert in wireless technology, and his experience also includes mobile application design, product development, computer programming, and database design. He is also an inventor, the owner of multiple registered trademarks, and a member of the National Association of Patent Practitioners.
Retired Orange County Fire Authority Captain -- 30 Years of Service
Retired Paramedic Fire Captain, Truck company fire captain, USAR Rescue Manager. Author and Contributor of OCFA Captains Testing processes and multiple level proposals. Bachelor of Science, Associate of Arts Fire Services, Fire Administration, Fire Technology. California State Certified Chief Officer, Fire Officer, Paramedic, Fire Apparatus Engineer, Hazardous Materials Technician/Certified Incident Commander, Rescue Systems, FEMA Structural Collapse Technician, ICS training 100-400, Joint Apprenticeship Committee Instructor, Neighborhood Watch Coordinator, Community Volunteer along with obtaining numerous Awards and Recognitions throughout Orange County, CA.
MBA - Controller
Paul Konrad is a financial controller with over 24 years of corporate accounting and executive management experience. He has extensive ERP experience in software, financial services, and manufacturing environments. Paul is a well-rounded, hands-on controller with active participation in many conversions, implementations and projects to his credit. Having worked as a controller in a public company and having start-up company experience, Paul understands GAAP, financial reporting, budgeting, and how to apply practical solutions for companies as they grow.
Group Sales Manager
7 years as Sales Manager of Sports Division for Jan-Al Cases. Successfully built up sales in new markets through relationships, networking, conventions and experience. 25 years as Equipment Manager in the NHL, in charge of budget, purchasing & organization of all equipment needs. Worked in professional environment with World Class Athletes at 3 Olympic Games, 2 World Championships and the Stanley Cup Finals.
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MEIDC, LLC is Women Owned Small Business in Orange County, California with a commitment to behave ethically and contribute to economic development while improving quality of life in our community and society.
Professional business development guidance is being provided by OC-SBDC, Tri-Tech SBDC, Tech Coast Venture Network, OCTANeOC and OC-MEDS Emergency Medical Services who oversees 6,000 cloud users in the Southern California test market including Base Hospitals, Fire Stations, Paramedics, EMT’s, Ambulances and City Fire Stations. MEIDC is gaining community support in California and will move quickly across North America with the ongoing growth of corporate and community partners. 100% made in USA. Contact us to join our Alliance locally and nationwide.
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