Personal Emergency Medical Alert System Launches

Collaborating to challenge embedded industry leaders and save more lives, entrepreneurs on both coasts have designed and launched Daily Companion, a highly sophisticated medical alert system.

Entrepreneurs Phil Verruto in Florida and Tom Conroy in California formed MedSign International Corporation, the parent company of the patented Daily Companion. Designed to provide EMS responders and paramedics with instant access to an emergency caller’s health information and medication list, the Daily Companion also allows them to forward this critical information to the receiving hospital.

“For decades, First Responders on the scene have been known to desperately search for the patient’s prescription bottles to find out what medications they are taking. Arriving at the scene, they do everything possible to save a life. But, not knowing the medical history or current medications; trying to determine what to do in order to prolong or extend life can turn into a daunting and frustrating experience,” notes Phil Verruto, co-founder and MedSign’s Chairman.

“We have created the most sophisticated of medical emergency alert systems on the market, far superior to the others. It starts when Daily Companion subscribers in crisis, activate an emergency call. Immediately upon arrival, the EMTs find the patient’s detailed medical history prominently displayed on the Daily Companion console screen. Having access to his/her list of meds, the EMTs are much better equipped to save many more lives,” comments Tom Conroy, MedSign co-founder and CTO.

MedSign allows global secure access to personal health data, GPS tracking with automatic notification sent to loved ones, and a registered nurse on call 24/7. MedSign intends to market the patented Daily Companion through hospital discharge units, private physician practices, and retail pharmacy chains.

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