We Interview The Guys Behind the App That is Partnering With 35 Funeral Homes a Day!
Vital ICE is the premier In Case of Emergency mobile app that helps save lives anywhere.
Funeral homes saving lives? Sounds crazy right?! The Vital ICE app is an exclusive opportunity for local funeral homes to help save lives around their community by exclusively partnering local fire and EMS. Watch this interview to learn more about the Vital ICE app and how your funeral home can start saving lives.
Vital ICE is the premier In Case of Emergency mobile app that helps save lives anywhere. Free for download with the sponsor’s unique code, this public safety app locally stores user medical information, emergency contacts and more. It can be easily accessed by EMS and first responders in situations where the user is unable to speak or is otherwise incapacitated. First responders are given access to Vital ICE’s back office site, where they can send emergency communications and other alerts to local app users. Similar medical alert programs, which are limited to use in the home only, can cost families in excess of $1000 per year.
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