Checking Rafael Fernandez in to a Bronx, New York, medical clinic, an employee scans his eyes using a handheld camera. Within seconds, the camera reads his iris patterns, and a computer locates his medical record. "I wait less, and it's more efficient," said Fernandez, 72. "Everything is on computers. It's faster, and I don't have to stay too long. It's in and out."
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