Jumio offers its services for free to healthcare companies during coronavirus

Digital identity company Jumio is offering its services to NGOs, healthcare agencies, schools or delivery services for free during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The RegTech will supply hospitals and medical clinics with its AI-powered digital identity services to help them collect and manage identify their patients for compliance regulations, prevent medical identity theft and meet know your patient requirements,

Online learning firms will also be eligible for Jumio’s services, including schools and universities. Through the technology, educators can safely enrol their students to online education portals and ensure the right person is taking exams.

Finally, philanthropic organisations, such as NGOs and food delivery services, can leverage Jumio to improve their identity verification needs on volunteers and drivers.

The offer will last until July 1 2020.

The Jumio platform available offers real-time, automated identity verification services which accelerate onboarding processes and streamline anti-fraud and compliance requirements. The technology uses liveness detection software which can detect whether photos or videos are legitimate.

In a statement, the company said, “If you’re an organization dedicated to the COVID-19 relief efforts or involved in helping students, patients and vulnerable populations during this difficult time, we encourage you to apply for our free identity verification services program.

“You just need to complete a simple online form and tell us a little bit about your organization. Once accepted, we’ll help to quickly implement Jumio Go within your app or web experience.”

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