All of our products work on Apple iPhones and are available on the App Store


A mobile device-based Patient Care Report app. Dozens of features, including:
* stand-alone: no other app or Internet required

* multiple pcrs

* data and date pickers for most fields eliminate typing errors

* full ambulance information including: unit, mileage, times at various locations

* full patient bio and insurance information

* multiple vitals including: blood pressure, pulse, respiration, blood glucose, Glasgow Coma Scale (GCS), responsiveness.

* full subjective (SAMPLE history)

* full objective (primary and secondary assessment) – primary assessment: general impression, airway, breathing, circulation, rapid scan, priority of care and transport. – secondary assessment: breathing, circulation, airway, detailed menus for each body part.

* multiple interventions (medications and procedures) – pre-filled menus for medications and procedures

* a chronology of all actions taken * a self-generating narrative * and, of course, a printed PCR.

In addition to actual use in a patient-care environment, PCR EMS is a great tool for field-training officers to teach EMTs how to write a PCR. It can also be used as an education aid to present scenarios for studying for exams such as the NREMT.

PCR EMS keeps all data on the iPhone and no Internet connectivity is required. This eliminates the problem with other ePCR systems of being dependent on the Internet and thus being inoperable in regions without a strong cell signal.

PCR EMS also recognizes that large differences may exist on the content and format of patient care reports in different regions and systems. Therefore, the printed report incorporates the basic information and does not attempt to format the report. But the report can be printed on any AirPrint-compatible printer.

The basic app allows two (2) PCRs. Printed output can be displayed but not printed.

Upgrade: Professional allows any number of PCRs and printed output to an AirPrint printer.


The most complete chiming app on the App Store. It can be set to play a sound on the quarter-hour, half-hour, or hour. You choose the interval that you want! No other app gives you this flexibility!
Features:+ Set a chime to play on the hour, half-hour, or quarter-hour.+ Optionally, have a different sound for each interval.+ Visible alert in addition to the chime.+ Alerts on either your iPhone or Apple Watch.+ Stop, start, and set Do Not Disturb on either your iPhone or Apple Watch.
Upgrades:+ see a simple list of upcoming Alerts (Alert Viewer).+ see a detailed list of upcoming alerts by time and date (Alert Editor).+ pre-set the days of the week and hours of each day during which you want to receive alerts and chimes (Day and Time Selection).+ additional sounds for alerts (Sound Pack).

Watch Tally Counter

The best Apple Watch tally counter! It does not need your iPhone to work (only to load to the watch). This app incorporates all of the features that reviewers of other counter apps have requested.
+ Count up, count down, reset counter.+ Multiple watch complications.
+ 5 independent counters.+ Show the counters on your iPhone.

Watch Vitals

As a First Responder, what’s the first thing you do when you reach the patient? Take vitals, right? Many EMTs and paramedics either write down pulse, respiration, blood pressure and SPO2 on a piece of paper or more likely, on their glove. Then things get hectic and you forgot what time it was when you recorded the vitals. Your wish is granted! Watch Vitals lets you record the patient’s name and vitals on your Watch, as you are timing – a timer starts as soon as you hit one of the buttons, so you can time the pulse and respirations separately. You record each vital sign by tapping on the text area and then by dictation, scribbling, or on your iPhone.
Now, take a screenshot of your Watch by holding the side button and tapping the Digital Crown. Your screenshot is sent to the photos on your iPhone. If you want it, open the Watch Vitals iPhone app and hit the camera icon. Or just open the photo in the photos app (and then do whatever you want with it, e.g., send it to your partner who is writing the PCR).
Includes the most popular complications for the Watch.
Sometimes simple is best!