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.

 

BiometricUpdate.com to hold first “tweetup”

BiometricUpdate.com is pleased to announce that it will be holding its first monthly Twitter chat on Friday, August 17, 2012…

 

University in the UK studying the biometrics of walking

The way you walk can make a mark. A study conducted by Dr. Rajshree Mootanah measures just that. It measures…

 

Biometric-based projector uses Microsoft Kinect

The Attjector system, developed by engineers at the University of Munich, is a shoulder-mounted technology that tracks movements made by…

 

Precise Biometrics to expand Tactivo to more smartphone brands

The launch of Tactivo by Precise Biometrics earlier this year is expected to generate large sales for the firm. As…

 

Biometric bracelet to ease monitoring of medical records

There is now a wristwatch-like device that could make medical procedures more convenient by measuring a person’s “bioimpedance” to identify…

 

Griaule Biometrics releases cloud offering

Griaule Biometrics, an international IT company specializing in developing biometric technologies and services, recently release an updated version of its…

 

Resident ID cards gets approval from EFC

India’s Expenditure Finance Committee (EFC) has overruled objections by the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) on the issuance of…

 

Biometric Research Note: U.S. Government Driving Biometrics

The U.S. Government is the major driver of biometrics, with its deep urgency for improved security, resulting in higher defense…

 

Biometric attendance system introduced in Chandigarh

Chandigarh is the first territory in India to have all its students, teachers and health care workers register their attendance using…

 

DEA approves iBeta’s biometric prescription process

The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) has approved iBeta LLC’s certification process for a biometrics subsystem for electronic prescriptions for controlled…

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