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Is PKI the Solution to HIPAA Security?

Author: Dougherty, Michelle

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: February 2001




Public key infrastructure (PKI) has been called the only technology currently available that will comply with the HIPAA proposed security rules. If you have heard of PKI but have yet to understand it, keep reading. This article will give you a nuts-and-bolts look at the technology a....

Smart Cards May Make Security a Non-Issue

Author: Deike, Karen

Source: In Confidence (newsletter)

Publication Date: November 02, 2000


Smart cards have long held enormous potential for governments in managing healthcare information and delivering benefits to clients with more efficiency, less fraud, and greater customer satisfaction. But critical to gaining acceptance of the cards is the ability to assure clients that the in....

Security @ the Edge

Author: Boroditsky, Marc

Source: In Confidence (newsletter)

Publication Date: November 02, 2000


With the pending impact of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) requirements and the high hopes for fully automated e-medical informatics, healthcare information professionals must gain an appreciation for the edge of their networks. More than ever before, the edge....

E-Health and PKI Interoperability (Part 2)

Author: Barnett, David H.

Source: In Confidence (newsletter)

Publication Date: November 02, 2000


Part Two of a Two-Part Article
In the previous issue, we discussed the need for common Certificate Policies in healthcare, such as the ASTM E31 Model Policy. Agreement on practices and policies, as specified in the Certificate Policy and Certification Practice Statements, can expedite in....

E-Health and PKI Interoperability (Part 1)

Author: Barnett, David H.

Source: In Confidence (newsletter)

Publication Date: September 02, 2000


Part One of a Two-Part Article
Providing patient access to medical information and services over the Internet-often referred to as e-health-is an area of rapidly growing interest for many healthcare organizations today. One of the challenges for e-health is providing adequate and effecti....

Smart Cards for Healthcare: a Follow-up Visit

Author: Ross, Bruce

Source: In Confidence (newsletter)

Publication Date: March 02, 2000


Smart cards are a peculiar subject when it comes to healthcare in the United States. They are viewed as everything from an up-andcoming product to an inscrutable and hard to integrate backwater technology. Today, all that is rapidly changing. As shown by its adoption by Microsoft, Sun Micro,....

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