News & Events

EMV: A chip-based payment transaction occurs when a microprocessor (smart chip), generally embedded in a plastic payment card or a personal device such as a mobile phone, connects to an EMV-enabled point of sale (POS) device. This smart chip card provides an additional form of card authentication, validating the legitimacy of the payment type being used.

With the liability shift deadline of October 1, 2015 for EMV rapidly approaching, many providers large and small are wondering what they need to do to be “ready.” Click here for more information on EMV, how it works and what providers need to do to prepare to avoid liability for counterfeit card transactions.

Get InstaMed In Your Inbox!

Join our mailing list to stay up-to-date with the latest industry trends, insights, innovation and technology!

Download PDF

Thank you for your interest in InstaMed. Please complete and submit the webform below and your PDF Download will become available.

  • Cancel

Thank you for your interest in InstaMed.

Please click the link below to download your PDF.

Download PDF

To learn more about InstaMed, please click here.