BAY HARBOR, FL--(Marketwire - Feb 21, 2013) - SmartMetric, Inc. (
In a research report undertaken, of Electronic Health Records (EHR) online survey of 2,147 U.S. adults, conducted for Xerox by Harris Interactive in May 2012. It was found, the No. 1 concern consumers had about Electronic Medical Records was the risk of theft, and sizable majorities also expressed fear that their data would be misused.
SmartMetric provides the ultimate in security and portability of an individual's Medical Records. Instead of having them stored with millions of other people on a central database, the SmartMetric solution provides for each individual to carry their own database on their keyring. Using the SmartMetric, MedicalKeyring ™ the person's records are secured by their fingerprint with the MedicalKeyring ™ having built into it the SmartMetric ™ biometric fingerprint reader. ALL INFORMATION IS SECURED BY THE USER'S FINGERPRINT.
To find out more please go to the SmartMetric website, www.medicalkeyring.com
About SmartMetric, Inc.
SmartMetric, Inc. has developed a portable biometric identity and transaction card capable of storing a wide variety of personal information while protecting you against identity theft and fraud. It is one of the most advanced portable identity authentication solutions in the world today. The card contains a biometric fingerprint scanner and reader which only you can unlock and is smaller and thinner than a credit card. The SmartMetric card is ideal for a wide range of consumers, including Personal, Government and Corporate. For more information please visit us at www.smartmetric.com
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