IDENTIFICATION


  • * Immediately provide pet identification information.
  • * Optionally store image of animal to aid in identification.
  • * Revolutionize and render today's identification methods obsolete.
  • * Scanning a our microchip will no longer require calling microchip providers or veterinarians to search many databases to find the owner.
  • * A real-time Amber Alert type method to significantly improve recovery of lost pets.
  • * The touch of a button by the pet owner sends pet identification data to the LP-ALERT.COM lost pet website.
  • * Animal shelters use this system for identification and easy transfer to new care providers.

MEDICATION


  • * Identify all current medication being administered to a pet.
  • * Automatically indicate whether a current/active medicine can be administered now.
  • * Veterinarians can easily/automatically request the medical history of a pet from the pet's primary care provider.

DOCUMENT STORAGE (some limitations apply to this PetMasterID version)


  • * Support storage of vaccine history and health certificates.
  • * Quickly see a summary of all of the pets owned by a client.
  • * Easily transfer a pet to a new primary care provider, including medical history.
  • * Store and retrieve all documents related to a pet. Reduce paper storage.

REMOTE REMITTANCE (depends on current veterinarian system)


  • * Work order completion triggers email to owner that pet is ready to be discharged.
  • * Email discharge notification contains optional link to view and pay invoice remotely.
  • * Remote payment accelerates discharge process for pet owner and veterinarian business.

CLIENT ACCESS


  • * Permit client access to view a summary list of all of their pets.
  • * Permit client access to update their address and contact information.

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION


  • * The following components are in development for a future product release:
  • * All other business processes in a typical veterinarian business practice.
  • * Inventory of business and medical supplies.
  • * Comprehensive scheduling for staff and pet appointments.
  • * Work order procedures and treatment.

All of the identification information is obtained by scanning a microcode or QR Code attached to a pet's collar. Or, a QR coded card in the pet owner's wallet. Or, a QR coded magnet attached to a client's refridgerator. Or, to all of these. Each time the code is scanned, the latest most up-to-date information is displayed. The dynamic system functions in real-time anywhere in the world where there is access to the Internet.


Each time a pet is put under medication, the veterinarian enters the medicine and administration schedule into this system. The pet owner or care taker can simply scan the pet's QR code to see if it is time to administer the next dose of medicine. After adiministering the medicine, click the "administer button" to notify the system of its' completion. If the scheduled administration time was missed, the next required time is correctly calculated. If missed the system will never double-up a dose. The next time to administer will be correctly determined. After all of a specific medicine has been consumed, it will no longer appear as active when the QR code is scanned.


Each pet has a unique QR Code which can be created multiple times and attached to different media. This web application creates the QR code and allows the veterinarian to print it temporarily on a label. It's also possible to have it encoded on other material that can be attached to a pet collar. This universal code is unique to each pet. Optionally, a pet can have our unique microchip embedded which will perform in the exact same way as a QR Code.


With a scan of a pet's QR Code, an optional button will appear for reporting the pet as lost. Touching the button will ask the user to enter the zip code where the pet was last seen, as well as, the last date and time. Then, the pet's identification data is sent to the LP-ALERT.COM lost pet website. An email is sent back to the requesting user with a 'security code" to be used/entered when the pet has been recovered. An alert email is also sent to the pet's primary care provider.


Anyone finding a lost pet can go to the LP-ALERT.COM lost pet website to see if the pet is listed along with the owner's contact data.


QR Codes can be scanned with any camera enabled device that is connected to the Internet. There are many free QR Code scanning applications that can be or are already installed on smart phones, tablets, desktops or laptop computers. It's important to note the scanning device must have the capability to display the pet's information on the scanning device or display unit connected to the scanning device such as an iPhone or desktop computer.


A convenient feature offers a pet owner the option of paying an invoice remotely. Service/work order completion triggers (in some veterinarian software systems) an email to the owner that their pet is ready to be discharged. The owner merely clicks on a link in the email to view or print the invoice. There is a PayPal "PayNow" button that the pet owner can click to complete payment. The veterinarian business will be notified immediately when payment has been completed. This should shorten the pet discharge time.


This application has an option to send next appointment email reminders to the pet's owner.


Veterinarians in other locations can retrieve critical information quickly from the pet's primary veterinarian. It's as if the primary care provider was traveling with the pet and hand-carrying all of the pet's medical history. As necessary, it will require prior approval of the pet owner.


The usage of this system by animal shelters and veterinarian businesses provides a builtin method of transfering animal identification and medical information to a new primary care provider. This can be performed easily and quickly without the need for mounds of paperwork.


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