2004 marked the beginning of new technologies and companies that
changed the consumer experience as we know it. Companies today must meet the
growing needs of consumers, while safely securing personal data. Let’s take a
look back at some of the companies that were founded in 2004 and see how their
technology has impacted consumerism and security in healthcare.
When Mark Zuckerberg started Facebook in his college dorm room, little did he know he was starting a company that would change the way people
Thanksgiving not only marks the start of the holiday season – it’s also a time to reflect on what you’re most thankful for. As a security officer, I am thankful for all the payment technology that helps prevent data breaches in healthcare and that make processing payments secure and convenient. I can pay where I want, how I want and when I want, all with confidence that my information is protected.
What piece of the security pie are you thankful for
In 2014, Coalfire Systems Inc. (Coalfire), a respected Payment Card Industry (PCI) Payment Application – Qualified Security Assessor (PA-QSA) company, released a white paper with InstaMed that looked at the current landscape of healthcare security and validated that InstaMed’s healthcare payments solutions were effectively mitigating security risks. Since then, InstaMed has continued to innovate to ensure our solutions are the most secure and compliant choice for healthcare payments. I want to share with you just how far we’ve come since
November is a time to reflect and give thanks for all the good things in our lives. As a security officer, I am additionally thankful for accomplishments in the field of security and compliance that help us better protect payment data and prevent data breaches in healthcare. Around this time four years ago, we were not so thankful for the massive breach that affected Target stores and compromised the credit and debit card information of 110 million consumers – right
Now that spring training is over, your favorite major league teams’ rosters are set and baseball season is in full swing. That means thousands of fans are already flocking to their home team’s stadium to take in America’s past time. Believe it or not, a key component of the baseball experience is payment. From purchasing tickets online, to grabbing snacks at the concession stand and picking up a souvenir at the gift shop, the average baseball fan can encounter multiple
The major award shows you watch on TV have very little to do with healthcare payments, but that shouldn’t mean great innovators in the healthcare industry should go unrecognized for their achievements. That’s why we’ve decided to acknowledge the following healthcare organizations for going above and beyond in their efforts to attain healthcare payments excellence. We assure you, we haven’t accidentally announced “La La Land” in place of any of the real winners.
The Award for Most Innovative Digital Wallet Offering
Our team descended on San Francisco, CA last week for the CORE Users Group conference, which is a bi-annual gathering of Epic users with a focus on the business of healthcare. While we were there, we discussed the challenges that organizations face when it comes to healthcare payments and their Epic systems. In case you missed it, here is our recap of it!
An important topic was workflow queue management and in particular resource time and productivity. Integrating payment processes within
Deliver a Seamless and Secure Online Consumer Payment Experience and Reduce PCI Scope Up to 90%
The InstaMed Secure Token enables healthcare organizations to deliver a seamless and secure online consumer payment experience within their existing portals with cardholder data never touching their servers. As a result, consumers can make one-time payments and also have full access to their digital wallet for future or recurring payments while using any device. Likewise, healthcare organizations significantly reduce their PCI compliance efforts and ensure