Alaris (formerly Arizona Security) generates news with its state of the art, identity authentication technology. From healthcare to child care, new applications for the Rolls-Royce derived signature biometric continues to garner media attention, positioning Alaris as the leading supplier of consumer acceptable, identity authentication. To see but a few examples of recent Alaris media focus, please see below.
Unique ‘Listening’ Technology Enables ASU, Rolls Royce Joint Venture to Tackle Widespread Fraud Issues.
Scottsdale, AZ (PRWEB) December 12, 2011
Alaris, a startup company which is a joint venture between Rolls-Royce and Arizona State University, aims to tackle the healthcare insurance fraud that is estimated to cost the US tax payer over $200 billion a year. This partnership was formed to commercialize a Rolls-Royce developed signature verification technology called SignHear in several markets including healthcare, retail banking and child care security.
Representative Carl Seel Holds Press Conference, Extols Virtues of SignHear Technology in Healthcare.
Scottsdale– Representative Carl Seel (R-Phoenix) held a press conference to present exciting new technology that will enable Arizona to save up to $1 Billion in State Medicare/Medicaid costs by significantly reducing fraud. The technology, a signature verification program being developed by Alaris, Inc, a partnership between Rolls-Royce and Arizona State University,would help proactively fight fraud which runs rampant in healthcare. The FBI estimates tha tfraud makes up 10 percent of US Medicaid expenditures per year. The technology calledSignHear, is a biometric verification system that uses the unique audio profile that a person makes when signing their name. The savings, achieved through fraud prevention, would help to ensure that financial resources will continue to be available to provide vital clinical services to under privileged children.
Shocking Health Care Fraud and a Common Sense Fix
By Patriots Reporter, Kelly Townsend
Shocking Health Care FraudEnter the solution. Believe it or not, the answer may very well lie with Rolls-Royce. Rolls-Royce and ASU have teamed up to commercialize a “signature verification technology”called SignHear in several markets including healthcare, retail banking, and child caresecurity. The Alaris SignHear technology uses the audio profile created when a user signstheir name to grant or deny access. A person’s signature makes a unique sound whenthey sign their name, with specific speed and pressure as it moves across the signaturepad. It is quite difficult to forge this unique data with Alaris technology. This would virtuallymake it impossible for ghost clinics to operate, would inhibit clinics to bill for visits that neveroccurred, and would render card-sharing useless.This simple technology would save significant funds that could help replace these criticalservices for underprivileged children.