Healthcare Biometrics

Biometrics are used in doctors’ offices, hospitals, and other healthcare setting for ensuring accurate patient identification, or for monitoring patients. Applications can include access control or patient record storage.. Patient monitoring outside of traditional healthcare settings can also employ biometrics, and biometrics are also being implemented for developing applications like electronic prescriptions and remote diagnosis.

Since COVID-19 confirmed how unpredictable the world is, the healthcare industry has been more interested than ever in implementing advanced…

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Trust Stamp integrating biometric hash solution with Mastercard on children’s vaccine record system

Digital identity capabilities from Trust Stamp are now being integrated with Mastercard’s Wellness Pass solution, which it will launch in cooperation…

 

Researchers use facial recognition to identify patients in Kenya, develop custom 3D-printed masks

An open source biometric facial recognition system described in a study by Associate Professor of Biomedical Informatics and Medicine at Vanderbilt University Martin…

 

Nvidia offers edge AI software, hardware for AI and biometrics to hospitals on the frontline

Nvidia, best known for its high-powered graphics processing units (GPUs), has new software and AI models that the company expects…

 

Biometrics in healthcare – the right place, the right time

This is a guest post by Kim Martin, Vice President of Marketing at ID R&D. Across industries, the use of…

 

Duke biometric wearable study for early COVID-19 detection expands with iOS launch, Fitbit and Garmin partnerships

The ‘CovIdentify’ study to track biometric data for early COVID-19 detection, being led by researchers Duke University, is expanding in…

 

Biometrics in healthcare to see four-fold increase by 2024 to over $2.7B

Although biometric adoption in the healthcare sector was initially limited to patient identification and verification, the adoption of electronic health…

 

Science 37 adds AiCure facial recognition and AI technology to improve virtual clinical trials

Virtual clinical trial service provider Science 37 has partnered with AiCure to improve virtual trials with biometric facial recognition, artificial…

 

Biometrics-enhanced systems help doctors provide contactless services amid COVID-19

A new partnership between ID.me and DrFirst enables healthcare providers using the iPrescribe mobile e-prescribing app to verify their identity…

 

DEA reopens 2010 rule on e-prescriptions for controlled substances to update biometric requirements

The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) published an interim final rule (IFR) in the Federal Register on March 31, 2010, which…

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