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Emergency Info


My Info

My Info
Includes Contact Information, Physical Features, and Details.

There are a few items on this screen that are important to fill out:

Profile Photo
you can enter or upload a picture from your hard drive to be permanently stored in your system.We strongly suggest that you include a picture in your LifeSaverApp profile.
Security Email
Change security email and view security email: This email address should be one that you do not intend to change and perhaps not used for your daily correspondence with people. In the event that you lose your password, you may need to access your security email to reset your password. When you access security email, you will be asked for a password.
Language
if you do not speak English, it would be important to indicate the language that is spoken so that a translator can be furnished.
Identifying Marks
in the event that that a person disappears or goes missing for any reason, LifeSaverApp can be used to generate an immediate missing persons report. Identifying marks and a current picture are important for identifying a missing person.
Access pin
LifeSaverApp has 2 levels of access. Using your username and password, you can add or edit information within LifeSaverApp. This is full access. Using your username and an access pin, healthcare providers can read your information in a report that is generated by LifeSaverApp. They cannot change the information in the report i.e. it is read-only access. In the event of a medical emergency, it is important to have a LifeSaverApp medical ID card readily available so that emergency personnel have immediate access to your medical record. The pin number can be any combination of 6 characters and letters. It will be printed on your LifeSaverApp medical ID card. In the event that you lose your LifeSaverApp ID card, you can change your pin number and reprint the card so that unauthorized people do not have access to your medical record.

Allergies

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Click "+" to add to your list of My Allergies.
Allergy Type
it is especially important to indicate any allergies to drugs. As you type the name of a drug, you will see a drop-down appear to help you spell the drug correctly. Because drug allergies and some types of environmental allergies such as bee stings can cause loss of consciousness, this section should be filled out carefully. When one of your allergies will cause an anaphylactic shock, it definitely needs to be indicated.
No known allergies
if you do not have any allergies, choose the drop down that says "no known allergies." Because medical providers always check for allergies, letting them know that you have not had prior allergy reactions is similarly important.

Emergency Contacts

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Click "+" to add to your list of My Emergency Contacts.
My Emergency Contacts
Include people you want called in the event of an emergency. Please note that at the bottom of the screen, you can fill in their relationship to you. Indicate the order in which you would like them contacted.

Insurance

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Click "+" to add to your list of My Insurances.
My Insurances
with your insurance card in front of you, record all of the information.
Insurances Card
from the details view you may scan a copy of the insurance card as a JPG and attach it so that your healthcare providers have a copy of your insurance card.

Medical History

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Click "+" to add to your list of My Medical History.
My Medical History
The medical history portion of LifeSaverApp is one of the most important screens for you to input your information. Once you enter the first 4 letters of any condition, LifeSaverApp brings up a list of conditions that match those 4 letters. We suggest that you choose from the list of conditions whenever possible so that LifeSaverApp can send you information about any new treatments or protocols for your condition. By choosing from the list provided, it helps LifeSaverApp identify your condition. Fill out as much information as you have available.

Medications

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Click "+" to add to your list of My Medications.
My Medications
With your pill bottles in front of you, start to type the first four letters of any medication. You will see a list appear. Select the proper medication and be sure to fill in the dosages. The medication screen allows your physician to make sure that there are no contraindications or interactions with other medications that you might be taking. It is also important to enter over-the-counter (OTC) medications because they can cause complications with prescribed medications. This is especially true for herbal remedies. When a medication is no longer being prescribed or taken, check the box that indicates inactive. This helps to build a medication history which doctors can use if they need to change your medication.

Providers

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Click "+" to add to your list of My Providers.
My Providers
In this section, you would want to list any healthcare providers or doctors that you are treating you. In the event of a medical emergency, it is helpful for emergency physicians to contact your primary medical doctors.

Special Needs

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Click "+" to add to your list of My Special Needs.
My Special Needs
In an emergency situation or in the event that you are hospitalized, the healthcare providers need to know any special needs that you might have. Having this information available will affect not only how you are treated on an emergency basis but also for any ongoing care.

Healthcare Info


Attorneys

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Click "+" to add to your list of My Attorney.
My Attorneys
Optional. In most cases, you will not have an attorney involved in your healthcare unless you are seeking care as a result of an accident or injury, particularly auto accident or Worker's Compensation.

Employers

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Click "+" to add to your list of My Employers.
My Employers
Optional. Employer information is optional unless you are being treated for a worker's compensation claim. In that case, you would want to have the name of your employer available in your personal health record.

Family History

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Click "+" to add to your list of My Family History.
My Family History
While family history is not necessary for emergency care, it does help your primary physician and specialist to understand your medical history. People inherit predispositions toward diseases such as cancer and diabetes. The family history portion of LifeSaverApp assists your physician in diagnosing your condition.

Guarantor

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Click "+" to add to your list of My Guarantor.
My Guarantor
The guarantor is the person responsible for any charges that may occur that have not been paid by the insurance carrier.

Habits

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Click "+" to add to your list of My Habits.
My Habits
Because of the impact on a person's health, LifeSaverApp tracks the use of alcohol, tobacco and drugs. Many people do not want to fill out this portion but it is important for your overall health assessment.

Implants

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Click "+" to add to your list of My Implants.
My Implants
Implants include any devices that are not a natural part of the human body including pacemakers, hip or knee replacements or any other such devices.

Legal Documents

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Click "+" to add to your list of My Legal Documents.
My Legal Documents
If you have a "do not resuscitate" order (DNR), scan and upload it to LifeSaverApp. In addition, any of the legal documents listed on the screen can be stored in LifeSaverApp and encrypted with 256 bit encryption.

Pain Scale

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Click "+" to add to your list of My Pain Scale.
My Pain Scale
When you go to the doctor, many physicians are asking patients to rate their pain scale in the level of severity from 0 to 10. Zero is no pain, 10 is excruciating pain. LifeSaverApp also allows you to click on boxes to indicate the type of pain that you are experiencing.

Symptom History

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Click "+" to add to your list of My Symptom History.
My Symptom History
When you go to the doctor, their typical clipboard of information asks for the symptoms that you are experiencing in different parts of your body. Physicians will call this a system review. Check all of the boxes that apply to your condition and then click save at the bottom of the screen.

Vaccinations

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Click "+" to add to your list of My Vaccinations.
My Vaccinations
Vaccinations are important not only for children but also for adults. If you receive a tetanus shot as an adult, you would want to enter the date of that shot. Likewise, if you travel abroad and have vaccinations performed prior to the travel, enter the type of vaccination that you received.

Reports


The report section of LifeSaverApp allows you to not only print your own medical ID card but also to print a copy of your emergency or complete medical report for you to have on hand. The purpose of each report is as follows:

Complete Medical

This report includes not only the emergency medical information but also any information about symptom history, habits, and scanned the test results. If you are experiencing chest pains, it is helpful that an emergency room physician have information on your previous EKGs.

Decals

With LifeSaverApp, you can print 6 decals and stick them to your refrigerator, the windows of your home, the windows of your car. The information on these decals lets emergency responders know where to look for your LifeSaverApp information.

Emergency Medical

This report is the one that will be accessed in the event of an emergency. You may want to print a copy of this report and have it available anytime that you consult with a new physician.

One Medical ID Card

This report includes not only the emergency medical information but also any information about symptom history, habits, and scanned the test results. If you are experiencing chest pains, it is helpful that an emergency room physician have information on your previous EKGs.

Medical ID Cards

This report will print 6 medical ID cards. We suggest that you put one on your refrigerator, one in your wallet and one in the glove box of your car so that your medical ID cards are always available for emergency responders.