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Ensure patient confidentiality and data integrity

Once physical files in a doctor’s office, many patient records are now digital, introducing new security risks. These risks require that this data be encrypted or tokenized and only accessible by authorized users.

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Defend against fraud and forgery

Medical records are worth up to 40x more than stolen credit cards on the dark web. Digitally signed records maintain control over patient data and help prevent document fraud and forgery.

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Safeguard personally identifiable information (PII)

When medical information needs to be shared with healthcare partners, any personally identifiable information (PII) should be tokenized to protect patient privacy. As well, digital document signing clearly establishes the document owner and helps to ensure record integrity and authenticity.

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