epicExpanded Payment Methods — Leverage Deep eCheck Processing Experience
The Epic 2016 release will include an update to Epic’s integrated credit card framework to include scanned and keyed electronic check processing. However, InstaMed has supported integrated eCheck processing within MyChart and Resolute for years. InstaMed is the only payment processor to support these today with real-time posting into Epic.
The Smallest PCI Footprint In MyChart — It’s Still InstaMed’s Embedded iFrame
When it comes to integration for patient payments in MyChart, there are
The profile of the cybercriminal is changing, and Hollywood is keeping up. If you watch the show Mr. Robot on USA Network, you see an example of a group of hackers who call themselves “hacktivists” and focus on taking down a large corporation through cybersecurity engineering and hacking. Their motivations are less about stealing money and information but rather bringing about the demise of a corporation they see as corrupt.
We know that criminal cyberattacks are on the rise across industries,
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
With Jeff Lin, Senior Vice President of Product Management; Chris Seib, CTO; Mark Krapels, COO; and Noah Dermer, Security Officer
Security is always top of mind at InstaMed. Since day one, we’ve been committed to delivering the most secure and compliant healthcare payments experience in the industry, and we continue to uphold our reputation as healthcare’s most trusted payments network.
As head of the product team, I work closely with our security team as we develop new products and enhancements for InstaMed
Guest blogger: Tim Winston CISSP, CISA, QSA (P2PE)
Many payment vendors claim to offer P2PE (point-to-point encryption) solutions but are not actually PCI-validated. What does it mean to offer a PCI-Validated P2PE Solution Provider? Tim Winston from Coalfire, a PCI SSC Qualified Security Assessor Company, answers some of the most frequently asked questions about P2PE solutions.
What is a QSA (P2PE)?
A QSA (Qualified Security Assessor) Company is recognized by the PCI Council as a qualified assessor of an organization’s adherence to PCI
Last week, the InstaMed team hopped a plane to Madison, WI to host a group of Epic users at Rare Steakhouse on the Monday evening of Epic UGM. We were very happy to have the opportunity to talk with our customers and colleagues about the latest trends and hot topics in healthcare payments. With plenty of food and drink fueling the conversation throughout the night, we learned a lot about our guests’ doubts, concerns and demands regarding payment security in
Offering patients multiple ways to pay is the best way to engage patients in the payment process and maximize your patient payment collections. However, new payment options can lead to increased security risks if providers do not take the proper precautions. With data breaches threatening serious financial and reputational repercussions, providers should look for ways to enhance security and protect sensitive payment information.
Here are three opportunities to enhance payment security at your practice:
Many providers accept credit cards in the office
Welcome to the Security Corner
Welcome to the first installation of InstaMed’s Security Corner, a monthly blog feature discussing important topics in compliance and security with me, Noah Dermer. I came to InstaMed in 2015 to join the Security and Compliance team. Previously, I was the Chief Security Officer at Epic Systems, where one of my responsibilities was building security into Epic’s enterprise applications. As Security Officer at InstaMed, my goal is to support our security and compliance mission as well
Guest Blogger: Jeff Lin, Senior Vice President of Product Management, InstaMed
Recently, I wrote an article about how the healthcare industry faced a massive shift with the “other” October 2015 deadline: the EMV fraud liability shift. While many were focused on the ICD-10 transition, I listed the essentials to how EMV works and what providers could do to prepare.
October 1, 2015 has come and gone, but I am still hearing confusion and misinformation in the industry regarding how to manage the