New emergency app offers help during Japanese tsunami recovery

Software vendor Theis and Associates hasn't officially debuted its new MyCrisisRecord app, but is offering it to the American Red Cross and the Japanese government to help with disaster recovery efforts, company officials tell MobileMarketingWatch. The app is something like an online Medic-Alert bracelet, allowing patients to share critical data like emergency contact information, current medications, as well as recent illnesses, immunizations and surgeries. Article

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