IMPROVING THE QUALITY OF PATIENTS' LIVES

ALSO MEANS KEEPING THEIR DATA SAFE

Medical professionals share lots of data

Because quality healthcare is data-driven.

Moving records between providers facilitates collaboration. It gives healthcare professionals a more holistic view of patients.

But this data sharing also invites unauthorized access or compromised information when personal healthcare data is not secured.

Payment transactions drive the healthcare industry

They're no different than any other type of payment.

Protecting patients' interests also means protecting their payment transactions and insurance claim information.

A deep commitment to improving the patient experience

Patients are also customers, and their customer experience matters.

Healthcare providers increasingly are becoming technology developers. Apps and patient portals increase customer satisfaction but can be attack vectors.

With data-centric security, you can reduce data security risks while safely growing a better relationship with your customer.

Data-centric security facilitates your understanding of patient needs

Data-centric security facilitates your understanding of patient needs

While keeping their most sensitive personal data safe

  • Discover where valuable and sensitive personal data is

  • Safely introduce new applications and data workflows into your operations

  • Embrace the cloud and go cloud native, all while maintaining data security
     

New services improve patient relations

Encourage new services and data sharing while protecting patient data.

Make the entire diagnostic process work for patients

Use data analytics securely to help patients and keep their privacy secure.

Regulations shouldn’t get in the way of patient healthcare

Exceed regulatory mandates while facilitating overall patient health.

Healthcare information is a person's most sensitive personal data.
Protect it for everyone involved.

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The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) went into effect at the beginning of 2020. Its stated purpose is to protect consumers' rights to data privacy, in the same vein as GDPR and LGPD. To understand how this privacy regulation affects you and your business, as well as the data-centric security measures which can help you maintain compliance, check out this white paper by KuppingerCole.

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Data Protection Goals Met with Zero Downtime

Bankart met both PCI and GDPR data protection requirements with zero downtime on their international payments processing network. Check out this write up to understand how they did it.

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Henning Horst

Chief Technical Officer

phone: + 49 611 93199 00

email: info@comforte.com

Reach out to us so we can discuss how to secure your healthcare business.