InstaMed’s Healthcare Payments P2PE
PCI-Validated P2PE v2.0
P2PE (point-to-point encryption) is a methodology for securing credit card data by encrypting it from the time a card is swiped or keyed until it reaches a secure endpoint (InstaMed) where it is decrypted. InstaMed customers that collect card payments with P2PE v2.0 reduce their PCI compliance programs and leverage the highest levels of security and compliance possible.
Only solutions listed on the PCI SSC website have been audited and approved by the Council as P2PE validated solutions.
InstaMed is excited to announce that it is the first and only in healthcare to be PCI-validated for P2PE v2.0.
Read the full press release here.
Dayton Children’s Hospital Selects InstaMed, the First and Only P2PE v2.0 Solution for Healthcare
“Safety is our top priority at Dayton Children’s,” said Beth Hunkeler, CIO at Dayton Children’s. “That extends from our front door to the patient room to mom’s or dad’s computer at home. InstaMed’s Healthcare Payments P2PE Validated solution allows us to ensure that our families’ payment information is the safest it can possibly be, while also making the process easy and seamless.”
Read the full press release with Dayton Children’s here.
White Paper: Security and Encryption in Healthcare Payments
To achieve PCI P2PE v2.0 Validation, Coalfire, a PCI SSC Qualified Security Assessor Company, tested InstaMed’s P2PE technology in its labs and conducted a full audit of InstaMed’s processes against the strictest PCI standards for encryption.
In support of InstaMed’s P2PE v2.0 Validation, InstaMed and Coalfire have released a new white paper, “Security and Encryption in Healthcare Payments.” As part of the white paper, Coalfire offers its assessment and validation of InstaMed’s security.
Download the white paper here.
Webinar: P2PE — What Healthcare Organizations Need to Know
InstaMed is the first in healthcare to deliver a PCI-validated P2PE v2.0 solution. What does this mean for the way your organization accepts card payments? What impact could this have on your PCI compliance efforts?
We held a webinar with Noah Dermer from InstaMed and Tim Winston from Coalfire as they discuss how P2PE works and how your organization can benefit from leveraging a PCI-validated P2PE v2.0 solution.