Sagem Orga launches innovative solution for patient record portability and confidentiality at HIT Paris
ypsID® Health Key is an electronic health record in the form of a USB stick token. A patient can access his or her patient records at any time by simply plugging the token into the USB port of a computer. The smart cardbased encryption of the portable health record guarantees secure protection of confidential patient health data.
Emergency information can be stored on the portable USB drive of this zerofootprint token - and that can reduce casualty rates in case of emergency. The ypsID® Health Key token can also be used as a chip & pin strong authentication device to access remote health/hospital records or social security/health insurance portals. As easy as "plug & authenticate," ypsID® Health Key can thus create an online relationship between patient and hospitals, social security or health insurance companies and help improve patient treatments.
ypsID® is a highly secured range of devices designed for deployment in conjunction with enterprise PKI projects. The product range includes advanced features: highend crypto smart cards (EAL4+, Pris***, IAS ECC, FIPS, PIV), tokens (USB, OTP), readers (contact/contactless) and biometric devices (fingerprints, veins, iris).
Visit Sagem Orga at Health Information Technologies (HIT) Paris May 18 - 21, 2010 VIPARIS, Porte de Versailles, Pavillon 1, Booth U71
Sagem Orga is a global leader in the smart card industry. Its portfolio includes hardware, software, consulting and services, all focused on smart cards for the telecommunications, health, identification and banking sectors. As a subsidiary of Sagem Sécurité (Safran group), the world's No. 1 in identification, Sagem Orga offers comprehensive integrated solutions designed to secure the digital and mobile community. The company has a workforce of over 2,200 people around the world and production facilities incorporating the latest technology in Germany, Brazil, Russia, Mexico and India.
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