Joined recently by Michael Trader, the Co-Founder and President of Right Patient.
Why is now an opportune time for healthcare organizations to investigate the adoption of more secure, accurate patient identification solutions?
Can you please explain how your biometric patient identification solution works and what distinct advantages it offers over more traditional forms of patient identification?
Why is it important for healthcare organizations to invest in a patient identification solution that can be expanded for ID at each and every patient touchpoint?
How does the use of biometrics for patient identification help increase medical data integrity and why is this important in the context of EMPI, interoperability initiatives, and health information exchanges?
What impact has RightPatient made for the healthcare organizations that have deployed it for patient identification?
As more hospitals evaluate the use of biometrics for patient identification, what are the most important question to ask a biometric vendor during due diligence?
ABOUT MICHAEL TRADER
Michael helped grow the company from a startup to a leader in biometric technology. As President, he spearheaded many strategic partnership initiatives and played a crucial role with the company’s product development roadmap. Michael is responsible for overseeing business development and marketing activities, building partnerships, government outreach and providing senior leadership on business and policy issues.
Prior to joining M2SYS, he was a key executive and Vice President of Global Sales at BayBuilder where oversaw all global sales activity and developed business relationships with dozens of Fortune 1000 companies to help them implement profitable sourcing methodologies utilizing leading-edge technology. After the acquisition of BayBuilder, Mr. Trader served as the Executive Director of Application Consulting at PurchasePro where he worked closely with other sales and business development executives and managed the product development team. Mr. Trader graduated with honors from the pre-medical program at the Universtiy of Vermont earning a Bachelor’s degree in Biological Sciences.