Advanced Data Security
for Healthcare Patients
and Employees

In healthcare, the collaborative effort between employees and patients is the cornerstone of quality care. To safeguard this partnership, CentralAMS has adopted advanced technology that not only enhances security but also empowers both healthcare employees and patients. Secure fully homomorphic encrypted biometrics paired with ID validation are changing the way we ensure data privacy and patient / employee / visitor identity.

higher standards of care

In an era of data breaches and identity theft, healthcare facilities must prioritize patient data security and operational efficiency. Secure biometrics and identity validation offer a robust solution to these challenges. By implementing these technologies, hospitals can enhance security, protect patient privacy, streamline administrative processes, and ultimately provide a higher standard of care. Embracing biometrics and identity validation is not just a necessity; it’s a crucial step towards ensuring the well-being of patients and the future of healthcare.

Enhancing Healthcare Security:
The Need for Biometrics and ID Validation

In today’s digital age, the healthcare industry is undergoing a profound transformation. With the increasing digitization of patient records, the rise of telemedicine, and the growing importance of data security, hospitals and healthcare facilities face new challenges in safeguarding sensitive patient information.

Biometrics and identity validation have emerged as essential tools to ensure the integrity of patient data, protect against fraud, and streamline access to healthcare services. Explore the critical need for biometrics and identity validation in hospitals and how these technologies are revolutionizing healthcare security.




challenges in healthcare

identity fraud

Hospitals and healthcare organizations handle vast amounts of sensitive patient data, including medical records, insurance information, and personal identifiers. As the value of this information continues to rise, so does the threat of identity fraud. Criminals are increasingly targeting healthcare systems to gain access to patient data for fraudulent activities, leading to significant financial losses and potential harm to patients.

access control

In the past, healthcare facilities relied on traditional methods of identification, such as photo IDs and passwords. However, these methods have proven to be vulnerable to breaches and unauthorized access. Biometric solutions with facial recognition offer a higher level of security by linking a patient’s unique biological characteristics to their medical records. This not only enhances security but also simplifies the access control process for both patients and healthcare professionals.

patient safety

Ensuring patient safety is paramount in healthcare. Accurate identification of patients is critical to prevent medication errors and medical mix-ups. Biometric identification can significantly reduce the risk of such errors by enabling healthcare providers to confirm the identity of the patient before administering treatment, medication, or surgery. This added layer of safety can have life-saving implications.

administrative processes

The healthcare industry is known for its administrative complexities. Patients often have to fill out numerous forms, provide identification, and answer security questions. Biometrics and identity validation systems can simplify these processes by automating identity confirmation, reducing wait times, and making administrative tasks more efficient. This improves the overall patient experience and frees up healthcare staff to focus on patient care.

patient privacy

Privacy is a fundamental concern for patients, and they entrust healthcare facilities with their most sensitive information. Biometric and ID validation systems help protect patient privacy by ensuring that only authorized personnel have access to medical records. Patients can have peace of mind knowing that their information is secure and confidential.

compliance with regulations

Healthcare is heavily regulated, with laws such as the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) in the United States and the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in the European Union setting strict standards for patient data protection. Biometric and identity validation systems can help healthcare facilities comply with these regulations and avoid costly legal penalties.


user authentication

Protect both your digital and physical operations with CentralAMS’ cutting-edge Face Unlock with Passkey solution, eradicating the need for cumbersome usernames and passwords.

  1. With our groundbreaking FIDO 2 process, you can effortlessly incorporate this innovation into your current SSO systems, including Ping, Okta, and Azure Active Directory.
  2. Our system offers seamless biometric authentication, with or without a passkey, and best of all is exempt for privacy laws such as GDPR and BIPA..
  3. Rest easy knowing that zero biometric data is ever generated, stored, or processed, and no user image leaves their device.
  4. Lightning-fast and precise biometric matching and search capabilities, even across vast gallery sizes, all while maintaining complete user anonymity.





  • Patient Registration
  • Patient Check In
  • Medical Record Access
  • Medication Management
  • Access Control
  • Patient Authentication
  • Visitor Management
  • Time and Attendance
  • Blood and Organ Donation
  • Emergency Medical Services

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know your patient

Ensure that patients receive appropriate, safe, and effective care by maintaining accurate patient records, verifying identities, obtaining informed consent, and protecting patient privacy. Discover More.

id validation

Identity validation in healthcare is a critical process that involves verifying the identity of patients, healthcare providers, and other individuals involved in the healthcare system. Accurate identity validation is essential for providing safe and effective patient care, protecting patient data, and ensuring compliance with regulatory requirements. Explore Our Features.

id scan

ID scanning in healthcare is the process of using technology to capture, extract and verify identity information from identification documents, such as driver’s licenses, passports, or other government-issued IDs – accurate collection of data. This practice is becoming increasingly common in healthcare settings to improve patient identification, streamline administrative processes, enhance security, and comply with regulations. See the Benefits.

fhe secure biometrics

Implement world’s leading decentralized fully homomorphic encryption (FHE) biometrics for a secure, private and streamlined customer experience through Facial Recognition. Deploy across the enterprise, for back-of-house and front-of-house applications, with highest confidence of security in mind. Exempt from privacy laws such as GDPR, BIPA, and CCPA. No biometric templates are ever created, stored, or processed, eliminating legal and compliance risks. Uncover the Possibilities.

applicable healthcare solutions

Patient Identification and verification

  • Drivers License Scan to collect data correctly
  • Biometric Secure Face Scan
  • Face to ID Match

EHR Access Control

  • Biometric Scan to allow access to controlled locations
  • Incorporate into existing SSO systems

medication management

  • Biometric Secure Face Scan of Patient
  • Biometric Secure Scan of Employee issuing the medication

Patient consent and authorization

  • Biometric Secure Face Scan
  • Confirm patent consent for procedures and treatments

visitor management

  • Drivers License Scan to collect data correctly
  • Biometric Secure Face Scan
  • Face to ID Match
  • System of Record data check with DMV to check ID validity

pre op processes

  • Scan Biometric of nurses and doctors to ensure hand washing and other procedures are fulfilled prior to operations
  • Grant entry to operation room if biometric was captured during hand washing for allocated time

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