Blockchain technology-based EyePay™ Phone is designed to authenticate and authorize patient identification and information within a few seconds. This mobile technology is functioned on the Patientory Inc software and powered by the PTOYNet blockchain which basically stores, manages and secures real-time healthcare data.
The United Nations Agencies has already used IrisGuard’s proprietary EyePay™ mobile technology with the main aim to make refugees and orphans register through the High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) in order to prevent modern slavery which involves people transporting into exploitation. These agencies provide iris-based registration and e-payment solutions for the World Food Programme (WFP) in order to raise financial inclusion for the Middle-East displaced people.
The CEO and founder of Patientory Inc Chrissa McFarlane said, “Patient identification is a growing problem in today’s healthcare system. This technology can help providers identify an individual with unparalleled accuracy, through iris-recognition and data matching. And because it’s verified on the blockchain, it’s scalable without sacrificing data security – which is one of the main problems with our current healthcare-data infrastructure.”
Patientory Inc is basically a cybersecurity healthcare data solution designed to enable users to store, transfer, receive and secure actionable insights of the data. It has its own enterprise healthcare software and the main purpose of this software is to collect the data and provide users with health management solutions. It is one of the Patientory Association members which links the healthcare industry with emerging technology applications, PR Newswire reported.
IrisGuard is a supplier of iris biometric technology platforms whose main work is to manage the trusted human authentication requirements. It has processed millions of individual irises and trillions of iris cross-comparisons along with the deployment of units in 12 countries.
Blockchain Technology In The Education Sector
Sectors like healthcare and financial have been using the blockchain in order to store and secure their data and now Schools are likely to use the blockchain in order to safeguard student data. Most parents are worried about their children’s data as an online data recording process is growing day-by-day. In 2017, the education system has faced 13 percent of all data breaches, Dataconomy reported.[The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views and/or the official policy of the website. ]