MedicTag USB Medical Alert wins Today's Caregiver Magazine 2006 Caregiver Friendly Award

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MedicTag LLC receives the 2006 Caregiver Friendly Award. The company invented and distributes a digital USB medical alert and emergency information device that allows a person to carry all their emergency information with them at all times.

MedicTag LLC is proud to be the recipient of the 2006 Caregiver Friendly Award for its USB emergency medical information device. Caregiver Friendly Awards are presented by Today’s Caregiver magazine to celebrate outstanding books, media, products and services designed with the best interest of the family caregiver in mind.

The MedicTag device allows you to carry all your emergency information with you at all times and it fits on your keyring. This is especially useful for care givers, active seniors and the elderly, people with existing medical conditions and anyone traveling away from home.

MedicTag is a digital medical alert device that combines your emergency information with today's technology. It requires very little computer skill to use, on most systems it is “plug and play” and is a simple fill in the blanks format.

Any emergency service, ambulance, police or rescue squad with a laptop computer can use the device to have instant access to your emergency information. Doctors, emergency contacts, existing conditions, medications - MedicTag can tell them when you can't.

Unlike other medical alert devices that have one or two words or a phone number to call, MedicTag has all your information immediately available.

No guessing - No wasted time, MedicTag could be a lifesaver!        

More info is available at http://www.medictag.com

About The Caregiver Friendly Awards:

Awards will be presented at Today’s Caregiver magazine’s Fearless Caregiver Conference to be held in Fort Lauderdale, Fl. May 23, 2006.

Award winners will also be profiled in the July/August issue of Today’s Caregiver and on the magazine’s website, caregiver.com.

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