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Fujitsu PalmSecure and HT Systems' PatientSecure Selected by BayCare Health System to Protect Patient Confidentiality and Prevent Medical Identity Theft
Date:9/23/2008

ghly reliable type of authentication -- PalmSecure's false acceptance ratio is just 0.00008 percent -- in a form factor that is non-intrusive, easy to use and generates extremely fast comparisons. HT Systems' PatientSecure solution provides the critical link between the biometric data and the existing EMR, allowing hospital staff to quickly access the EMR, insuring the right care is given to the right patient and preventing medical identity theft.

The combined solution enables BayCare to provide prompt and accurate patient identification. By doing so, BayCare is protecting each patient's privacy while simultaneously accelerating patient identification without the use of sensitive information or usage of identification at all. In addition, in emergency situations, BayCare can identify patients even if they are confused or unconscious. "The ability to identify John or Jane Doe's is a powerful feature especially during the summer months when children are out from school," says David Wiener, vice president, corporate VP of sales, HT Systems. "In addition, it allows BayCare to be one of the few hospitals that complies with The Joint Commission's number one Patient Safety Goal, which is to 'Improve the accuracy of patient identification'." (1)

With the seamless integration into their Siemens Invision and Signature systems, BayCare is able to stop duplicate medical records from being created. Since only one medical record can be linked to a single palm vein pattern, the patients essentially retrieve their own medical record with the palm of their hand. Not only does this keep the patient's medical record secure, but reduces the cost associated with managing the combining of duplicated medical records. "By incorporating PalmSecure coupled with PatientSecure into the patient registration process, BayCare has demonstrated its commitment to its patients by assuring them that their privacy is protected, their records will remain safe and their identification will
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