Biometrics in Healthcare

This report examines how biometric technology is applied to the healthcare industry, mainly in the United States. This report notes that “healthcare biometrics” is utilized for access control, identification, workforce management or patient record storage. Biometrics in healthcare often takes two forms: providing access control to resources and patient identification solutions. The growing demand for biometrics solutions is mainly driven by the need to combat fraud, along with the imperative to improve patient privacy along with healthcare safety. Biometrics are also increasing being used for medical monitoring and mobile healthcare.

Biometric Update Special Reports provides analysis and competitive industry intelligence for the global biometrics industry including market size, multiple industry segments, venture capital and other business opportunities, along with in-depth profiles on the best emerging companies and solutions.

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26 Replies to “Biometrics in Healthcare”

  1. In upcoming years, the usage of Healthcare Biometrics increased significantly as low-income countries adopting this Biometrics technology for the healthcare sector, like security issues, patient registrations and so on. But the concern growing rapidly over the technology is about the security of the collected biometrics data.
    If the stack holders of Healthcare Biometrics failed to take necessary steps for the assurance of the safety of the collected biometrics data, they must have to face a harder situation in their business of Healthcare Biometrics.

    However, your article is impressive from the learners point of view. Thank you very much for your contribution.

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