How Biometric Identification Enhances Patient Safety and the Hospital's Bottom Line

Hospitals can't provide high-quality care if patients are misidentified, as the errors resulting from misidentification can have significant consequences for patient safety and the organization's financial health. 

According to a Rand Corporation analysis cited by The Wall Street Journal, patients are misidentified 7 to 10 percent of the time. 

This widespread problem led The Joint Commission to declare positive patient identification a top patient safety goal for 2017. 

Find out how one hospital solved its patient misidentification problem to improve the quality of care it provides and to mitigate its financial risk. 

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