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Identity, privacy, and efficiency in the delivery of healthcare

The lack of verifiable identification is a common impediment to the effective delivery of healthcare services to marginalized populations worldwide.
The iRespond digital identity solution enables healthcare organizations to reduce the time and resources needed to register new patients or verify returning patients, regardless of language or dialects spoken. Healthcare providers benefit from efficient and accurate matching of patients to their records.

Co-enrollment detection in clinical drug trials.

iRespond's digital identity solution enables the detection of co-enrollment within a study and across participating clinical trials, protecting data integrity and the safety of participants. Our process does not capture PII or PHI data, promoting trust between researchers and participants.

Facilitating the efficient delivery of humanitarian assistance

Aid agencies providing ongoing healthcare or services turn to iRespond to solve the problem of positively identifying a beneficiary for every interaction. Without trusted identity, NGOs are forced to treat each participant as a new participant, creating an endless cycle of triage care. iRespond’s identity solution allows the agency to provide medical treatments as part of a continuum of care plan, or equitably distribute aid to their beneficiaries. When identity is weak or non-existent, using privacy protecting biometrics creates identity that can’t be lost, transferred, or taken away.

Human Rights abuses can be curbed

Some unscrupulous employers view weak identity as an opportunity to exploit their own workforce, ignoring labor laws, skipping payments, or worse. Undocumented migrant workers are especially vulnerable and number in the tens of millions. The critical first step in curbing abuses is to uniquely identity each human. Subsequent verifications provide the backbone for all efforts to improve their condition.

iRespond implemented a solution for the Royal Thai government in 2019 to combat documented abuses in the SE Asia fishing industry, protecting hundreds of thousands of migrant fishermen.