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Re: [Health] Biometrics

From: Robert Schilt
Subject: Re: [Health] Biometrics
Date: Tue, 16 Jun 2015 08:15:18 +1000

Thanks Alejandro,

Hopefully there is something already in place -or- at least in the pipeline.

It will be very difficult for us to sell GNU Health into Papua New Guinea (PNG) without some form of biometric support.

We'd be happy to assist with testing etc...




On 16 June 2015 at 02:38, Alejandro Fernandez Herrero <address@hidden> wrote:
Dear Robert

I  think this added it is a must.
I was working with some fingerprint reader (like U.r.U. 4500/5000 and Secu Gen) those are one of the cheapest reader.
I offer me to integrate a group of person to add this capabilities to GNU Health.
Maybe Luis can guide us to begin with this challenge.

Alejandro Fernández Herrero
Gerente de Producto
Qubit SA

2015-06-15 8:36 GMT-03:00 Robert Schilt <address@hidden>:

A window of opportunity has opened up and we have been asked to provision a GNU Server for a proof of concept at one of the Provincial Health Authorities in Papua New Guinea. I say "opportunity" because open source in health in Papua New Guinea is unfortunately scarce. We are hoping to change this.

One of the key questions we will be asked is around biometrics and whether GNU Health supports finger / palm reader devices out of the box.

Is any one able to point me to any notes / case study or url talking more about this aspect of Patient Identification.

Perhaps someone has used a specific barnd of device that they might like to recommend.


Robert Schilt
Kuakawa Solutions
Papua New Guinea


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