CrossChx offering RightPatient cloud-based biometric patient ID service
CrossChx and RightPatient have formed a partnership, enabling CrossChx customers to use RightPatient’s biometric patient identification service and photo biometrics capabilities.
Under the agreement, CrossChx users can easily transition their existing SafeChx biometrics solution to RightPatient, while continuing to use other CrossChx products.
“With our deep experience in biometric technology, versatile cloud-based patient identification service, and a simple deployment model, this partnership is a perfect fit for CrossChx and their customers,” explained Michael Trader, co-founder of RightPatient. “CrossChx customers can now easily migrate to a biometric solution that multiplies their return, while continuing to leverage complementary CrossChx solutions for patient check-in and artificial intelligence.”
RightPatient is a scalable, cloud-based biometric patient identification service that instantly and accurately identifies patients by capturing their photo.
Additionally, the service publishes the patient photos throughout provider ecosystems.
The service is used by several health systems including Novant Health and Community Medical Centers to improve revenue cycle and patient safety by preventing patient misidentifications.
“We are very pleased to form a strategic partnership with RightPatient. By combining CrossChx’s expertise in artificial intelligence and identity resolution with RightPatient’s impressive biometric capabilities, we can define exciting new opportunities for transformation across healthcare,” said Sean Lane, co-founder and CEO of CrossChx.
The artificial intelligence-powered CrossChx leverages global identity resolution and machine learning capabilities to automate tasks and operational workflows in an enterprise.
Previously reported, RightPatient partnered with CTS Healthcare Services to facilitate fast, secure, and accurate patient identification during self-service check-ins.
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