TechSpring redefining the future of health care in region and beyond

In the not-too-distant future, the delivery of quality health care could be as easy as reading a patient’s palm. But the palm reader won’t be tucked away in a carnival booth. Instead, the future of health care innovations will most likely come from TechSpring Health Technology Center, a digital nerve center backed by the resources of the $2.5 billion Baystate Health Systems. Currently, TechSpring is collaborating with private health care IT security company imprivata — headquartered in the eastern part of the state — to bring palm vein scanning technology used for positive identification of patients  to the medical marketplace.

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