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  1. 1. 2009 - 3F8-BC7 - Biometrics and Identity Management in Healthcare Applications - blomekec@purdue.edu - IAP Biometrics and Identity Management in Healthcare Applications C. Blomeke1, S. K.Modi1,Ph.D., E. Bertino2, Ph.D., & S. J. Elliott1Ph.D. 1Biometrics Standards, Performance & Assurance Laboratory, Department of Industrial Technology 2Department of Computer Science Introduction Operational Requirements The healthcare environment has additional • Physicians often practice in clinics as well as in regulations relating to the access of confidential hospitals medical records. This research will examine the use of biometrics to enhance the authentication in • Research interoperability of sensors for the healthcare environment while preserving multiple location authentication privacy • Within the healthcare environment there are concerns about the hygienic use of devices Identity Management Requirements • Determine the fit of biometric devices into the normal work-flow of healthcare professionals • Applying identity management categories to a healthcare scenario to account for requirements of Preliminary Results patients, physicians, and healthcare providers • Comparison of skin characteristics, fingerprint image • Authentication via biometrics must be reliable and quality, and matching performance between 30 nurses consistent involved with patient care and 30 individuals from the • Must take into account the work environment such general population as lighting, personal protective equipment, and hand • Skin characteristics such as moisture, oiliness, and washing requirements to investigate the performance skin elasticity nor fingerprint image quality were not of each system found to be statistically different between the two populations Identity Management Framework • Matching performance was found to be statistically different between the two populations Fingerprint Image Quality Scores 72.00 71.00 70.00 69.00 General Healthcare 68.00 67.00 66.00 General Healthcare Red = Healthcare Blue = General Future Work • Analyze different biometric technologies for specific Figure 1: VeryIDX model applied to a healthcare scenario operations • Examine usability issues of biometrics in healthcare environment3F8-BC7.pdf 1 3/9/2009 5:27:37 PM

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