Pets Can Benefit Too
The average annual cost of comprehensive Pet health insurance ranges from $250 to $550.
The cost of a Microchip tracking implant is $50 plus $20 to activate.
The cost of a Code Amber Alertag is only $20 and carries with it both the ability to ID and provide a complete medical history assuring informed emergency treatment and care if needed.
Is it not smarter to have an Code Amber Alertag and not need it, than to need one and not have it?
Who Needs the Code Amber Alertag?
Members of the public: Individuals who may at some time require health care services due to an emergency incident including natural disasters and terrorism.
On-site care provider: Police, Fire, Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs), and other medically trained emergency responders who provide care while at, or in transport from, the site of an emergency.
Clinicians: Healthcare providers located at a Medical Treatment Facility (MTF) with responsibility for treating emergency incident victims. This includes emergency physicians, emergency nurses, and all other clinical and ancillary personnel at the MTF.
What do first responders need?
Timely electronic access to current critical health information relating to the assessment, stabilization and treatment of emergency incident victims which can be securely exchanged between on-site care providers, medical treatment facilities, and health practitioners.