Tagg Code™ has introduced a unique patent pending product that provides each member a unique Tagg Code™ in the form of a Quick Response Code (QR Code) embedded in all Tagg Code™ items. This code, once scanned by any device with a QR Code scanning application launches the member’s splash page. From the splash page, the member can control access to relevant medical data and other information via a secure PIN. This includes an emergency button that activates calls to your emergency contacts, which may provide the first responders with your PIN. The member may also opt to allow Tagg Code™ to create a temporary key for emergency responders. The Tagg Code™ emergency medical record is compliant and meets all standards of The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).
Tagg Code™ provides all athletes, sports and outdoor enthusiast a multi-faceted platform. This includes access to the live Tagg Code First Response Center™, your medical data, social network linking, T2|SafeCall™, and your recreational licenses and permits; as well as athletic release and authorization forms.
In addition, Tagg Code™, allows organizations, coaches, trainers and associations to leverage the efficiency and accuracy of athletes' medical information through a uniquely designed application.
For USEF Competitors
USEF Rule 113.3 -
MEDICAL CARDS/MEDICAL BRACELETS. An approved and completed medical card or medical bracelet is required any time while jumping. Medical cards must be enclosed in a transparent, waterproof carrier and must be securely attached to the competitor’s upper arm on the outside of the competitor’s clothing. Medical bracelets must be visible on the competitors wrist. Medical cards must include any relevant medical history, injury (particularly to the head), drug allergies and current medication. If wearing a medical bracelet, any relevant medical history injury (particularly to the head) drug allergies and current medications must be included in the online medical form of the bracelet’s vendor website. Athletes are responsible to record all injuries on the card or in the case of a medical bracelet, update their medical information online. Failure to wear one’s own medical card shall be penalized by a fine of $100.
For USPC Competitors
USPC Policy Number 0128 -
USPC requires that members participating in any USPC affiliated mounted or un-mounted activity, must wear either a Medical Armband or Medical Bracelet while participating in the activity. Any member at a USPC affiliated mounted or un-mounted activity found not wearing either a Medical Armband or Medical Bracelet must be removed from the activity until the member conforms to the policy requirements. Medical Bracelets must visibly list these five items on them: (a) Name and Date of Birth, (b) Emergency Contact Information, (c) Known Allergies, (d) Current Medications,and(e)Existing Medical Conditions. More information is acceptable,but these five items are required to be on the bracelet.
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