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Biometric in Healthcare

Biometric Security in Healthcare

Biometric Security in Healthcare Management System 

Identity verification and biometric access control systems are critical to the healthcare industry. Biometric authentication can protect the identity of employees and patients and combat fraud. Suitable for large private and public healthcare systems.

Biometric Registration

The first step based on biometrics is patient identification registration. During the registration of the patient's identity, biometric data such as fingerprints, face, and iris will be collected. Search for a preexisting record in health records existing data to prevent duplicate registration.  The security server stores data and records for which no duplicates are found.

Biometric fingerprint and facial recognition is a powerful way of biometric recognition technology. They can accurately identify patients in tens of thousands or even millions of records. The iris biometric technology is also popular because of its accuracy and ease of use.

Reduce Medical Fraud

EKEMP provides an easy to integrate, scalable and high performance biometric security solutions for hospitals.  Biometric technology, including iris recognition or fingerprint scanning, can help hospitals to conduct biometric authentication for patients. Fraud prevention solutions can eliminate the possibility of individuals impersonating other patients for medication or treatment. It is almost impossible to duplicate fingerprints stored in biometric databases, so the right person will get the right medical care.

Improving the security of access control

The most critical role of biometric access control system in the health care industry is to ensure the security of the restricted area of the hospital. In hospitals, patients and employees typically have restricted areas, which are only suitable for specific medical staff. Biometric solutions can limit access to the actual area of the building, and people with biometric permission can lock and access certain hospital resources, areas, equipment and even drugs. Because biometric data is difficult to reproduce or steal, and can process rare data with tremendous speed, biometric access control systems offer a higher level of security than previous systems that relied on swipe cards or pin codes.​

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