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    Community Regional Medical Center and two other hospitals in the system are using an iris-recognition system to help insure against identity theft and bolster record-keeping.

Community Regional Medical Center and two other hospitals in the system are using an iris-recognition system to help insure against identity theft and bolster record-keeping. Eric Paul Zamora The Fresno Bee
Community Regional Medical Center and two other hospitals in the system are using an iris-recognition system to help insure against identity theft and bolster record-keeping. Eric Paul Zamora The Fresno Bee

Checking in? Fresno hospitals first want your ‘eyeprint’ for patient ID

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