Know with absolute certainty the donor is indeed who they claim to be and avoid potential mismatches.



The donor check-in process takes less than few seconds with fingerprint authentication.



Fingerprints are unique to each donor and cannot be linked to the same specimen or record.

Donor banks can match their donors with their fingerprints
with 100% certainty.

Accurate identification

Accurate identification of donors and specimens is mission critical and any mismatch can lead to catastrophic results.

Prevent duplicate donor

Fingerprint is inherent to individuals and provides the ability to match donors with their specimens accurately. It eliminates creation of duplicate donor identities and incorrect linking of multiple donor identities to same specimen or records.

Eliminate donor cards

Fingerprint biometrics eliminates donor ID cards that possess many vulnerabilities and also risk being stolen or lost.

Secure information processing

Donors can be identified positively on return visits and their records show up in the system. Donor banks are 100% sure that the donor is indeed who they claim to be.

Biometrics Is The Future – ID Card’s And TAG’s Are Not.


No donor ID cards to lose or replace. Fingerprints are always with the donor no matter wherever they are.


Donor ID cards are vulnerable to being lost or stolen and needs to be updated when any changes are made. Fingerprint biometrics is an affordable solution that eliminates the need to provide donor ID cards.

State of the art

Unlike donor ID cards, fingerprints are an intrinsic part of the individual and cannot be shared, manipulated, duplicated, lost or stolen.

More blood banks adopting biometrics for medical donor management

Managing medical donor data is a critical task and requires a very high degree of accuracy. The donor banks should be able to identify donors accurately and any mismatch can cause irreversible damages. The damages could be catastrophic in nature ranging from frauds to deaths. There could also be legal implications such as lawsuits, government penalties as well as financial losses to the organization.

Integrating fingerprint biometrics in medical donor management enables to accurately identify donors, track samples and donor activity. Donor ID cards are vulnerable to being duplicated or manipulated and used for medical fraud. They can also get stolen or lost. With fingerprint biometrics, there is no need of donor ID cards as fingerprint becomes the authentication factor. It eliminates the vulnerabilities of donor ID cards and acts as strong deterrent to medical frauds.

Biometrics helps to efficiently manage a high number of patients and reduce administrative inefficiencies. It speeds up the process of donor check-in and positive identification of returning patients. It creates accountability and activity tracking by accurately linking donors to their specimens.

Privacy concerns surrounding biometrics for medical donor management

Medical donors are initially enrolled into the system by a fingerprint scan. A fingerprint scanner captures an image of the donor’s fingerprint and a fingerprint algorithm extracts the distinguishing features known as minutiae. These features are then stored as a numerical representation and will later be used for positive identification of donor.

The original fingerprint image is never stored nor transmitted across the network. The digital template is further encrypted to prevent any tampering. Fingerprints are unique to individuals and once enrolled cannot be lost, forgotten or stolen. Donors on return visits need to scan their fingerprints at check-in. The current fingerprint is matched with the stored digital template. A positive match confirms that the donor is indeed who they claim to be. Fingerprint authentication is highly reliable and ensures the security of donors and specimens.

Privacy concerns of donors are taken care of as there is no stored fingerprint image. No computer expert can recreate the original image from purely numerical data. This data is also useless to law enforcement as they need actual fingerprint images. This further ensures that donor privacy is protected.

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