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Who should join the MedData Network™?

Anyone with a Chronic Illness

Statistics show that people with chronic and serious illnesses are extremely vulnerable in a medical emergency. Chronically ill people typically have a weakened immune system and are less tolerant to shock.

Chronically ill people typically take 3-5 prescriptions which puts them at very high risk of an ER induced Adverse Drug Interaction (ADI). ADI's are dangerous and result in additional treatments, costs and possible lengthy hospitcal stays.

The MedData Network™ is an excellent way to protect all people with chronic illnesses.


All children are at risk in a medical emergency due to the fact that they cannot always verbalize or describe their condition, medical history and prescriptions. This is especially true of children with chronic illnesses such as diabetes, Asthma, and children with severe allergies and seizures.

The MedData Network™ is an excellent way to protect children who have chronic illness or take prescriptions.

People with Allergies and Breathing Problems

People with severe allergies and breathing problems such as Asthma are at risk in a medical emergency. Quite often these people cannot verbalize their condition in an emergency due to breathing problems and seizures.

Severe allergic reactions to bee stings, food, and medications are extremely dangerous.

The MedData Network™ provides and excellent way to communicate allergic conditions, breahting problems and prescriptions in a medical emergency, particularly if the stricken person is unconscious or in a seizure.

Any Person Currently Taking Medications

People who typically take prescription medications are particularly at-risk during an emergency. People taking 1-3 medications have a 30% chance of an ER physician administering another medication which will cause an Adverse Drug Interaction (ADI). People taking 4-6 prescriptions have a 65% chance of an ADI. Any person who is unconscious or in a seizure in the ER would not be able to communicate the prescriptions they are taking.

The MedData Network™ in an excellent way for people to document and list their prescriptions and dosages. This could save their lives in a medical emergency.

Frequent Travelers

Any person who travels frequently inside or outside the US should join the MedData Network™ The MedData Network allows frequent travelers access to their medical data, prescriptions and photo ID whereever they go. Software in our system even allows for language changes when traveling to foreign countries so language barriers are not a problem in an emergency. The MedData Network™ links members to their medical data via the Internet and our central website so that all participating countries and ER’s with Internet service can access member data.


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