Healthcare Co Adds CryptoCard

Healthcare company adds CryptoCard 2-factor authentication within its Clinitrak Online Healthcare Software to ensure full HIPAA compliance

Dark Reading Staff, Dark Reading

March 15, 2007

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OTTAWA -- CRYPTOCard (, the leading authentication technology developer for heterogeneous environments, is proud to announce its AuthEngine technology has been deployed by Clinivate, a software solution developer for behavioral

health providers, clinicians, and managers, in its Clinitrakâ healthcare solution. The addition of AuthEngine-powered two-factor authentication in Clinitrak helps make it fully compliant with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).

Designed to make it simple for software developers to embed token-based, two-factor authentication in any custom application or environment, including websites, databases, and directories, AuthEngine has enabled Clinivate to incorporate two-factor authentication technology within Clinitrak - a software solution that makes it simple for authorized medical workers to benefit from secure real-time online billing, productivity, and outcome tracking capabilities - to ensure the solution meets the strict security requirements of HIPAA.

AuthEngine's flexibility enabled Clinivate to build two-factor authentication right into Clinitrak - giving Clinivate complete control over

the authentication process, including system provisioning, enforcement, and workflow. AuthEngine's flexibility also enables Clinivate to provide its clients with the ability to set multiple access levels so that an administrator can control the complexity of authentication to meet an agency's specific requirements. This means that Clinivate can customize authentication to meet the specific requirements of each healthcare facility

and its staff.

"AuthEngine was a perfect fit for Clinivate, and provided by far the simplest and most cost-effective method for Clinivate to integrate two-factor authentication as part of its Clinitrak solution and further compliance with HIPAA," said Steve Terui, VP Development, Clinivate. "Everything Clinivate required came in one piece which made integrating two-factor authentication a simple process, so if an agency has 50 users we simply initialize 50 tokens and send them to their administrators" Terui continued. "Clinivate is proud that AuthEngine has already enabled it to successfully provide six behavioral health agencies with an electronic medical records and billing solution that includes two-factor authentication."

CryptoCard Inc.

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