Now 'virtual emergency bracelets'

Medical alert bracelets are commonplace, but what if you are not wearing one?  The iBracelet intends to fill that gap and a bit more.  Currently available in Oklahoma only, the registry has gained the support of the American Ambulance Association as a first step in going nationwide. To register, you enter your ICE (in case of emergency) contact information (which is pre-cleared by iBracelet), any pre-existing medical conditions and your personal information.  You then receive a card and key tags, which are then activated.  With that information, an EMS provider can access the website and your record. Already 100,000 Oklahomans have enrolled.  Article.  iBracelet website.