Iris Scans Seen Shrinking $7 Billion Medical Data Breach (Bloomberg)
Iris scanners aren’t just for airport border-control agents and spy movies anymore.
Clinics and hospitals around the world are acquiring technology that identifies people based on physical traits to improve patient safety and stamp out fraud. HCA Holdings Inc. (HCA) hospitals in London, as well as health-care providers across the U.S., are buying so-called biometric technologies.
There’s not an identity management problem hospitals don’t have.