Developed for healthcare CFOs, this white paper outlines the key benefits and business case for using smart cards for healthcare applications. The white paper identifies some of the major challenges faced by healthcare CFOs and discusses how smart card technology can provide innovative, practical and cost-effective solutions.
The History of Smart Cards in Healthcare dates back to the 1990s. In 1998, the French health-care system began providing each patient with a small green card. Each patient carries “the carte vitale”. It is a Smart Card, a plastic credit card with a memory chip on it.
Financial challenges, benefits of smart card implementation. There are many challenges that require ironing out regarding smart card implementation within the Medicare realm for healthcare payers and providers. There are also a slew of expected advantages that make the hopefully temporary struggles worth focusing on.
the use of smart card technology is the Smart Card Alliance. Members of this organization stay connected to industry leaders through educational programs, marketing research, and open forums.~ The Smart Card Alliance 11 reports that HSC technology has a unique ability to make
Smart Card Technology in U.S. Healthcare: Frequently Asked Questions. Download PDF document. This document was developed to answer questions about how smart cards work and how the technology is used to manage patient identity and protect a healthcare consumer’s personal information.
Patient Healthcare Smart Card System: A Unified Medical Record for Access and Analytics Sadath Hussain email@example.com Thilini Ariyachandra firstname.lastname@example.org Mark Frolick email@example.com Management Information Systems Xavier University Cincinnati, Ohio 45207 Abstract The proliferation of technology in our daily lives has widely ...
A smart health card technology is a new innovation, that is already widely used in some countries, is able to solve problems listed above. It looks very similar to a credit card with the only difference: it is used in healthcare and has an ability to securely store and access patient records, as well as exchange data with readers and other systems.
Smart Card Technology in U.S. Healthcare: Frequently Asked Questions A Smart Card Alliance Healthcare Council Publication Publication Date: September 2012 Publication Number: HCC-12002 Smart Card Alliance 191 Clarksville Rd. Princeton Junction, NJ 08550 www.smartcardalliance.org
Smart Card Technology in Healthcare FAQ This document was developed to answer questions about how smart cards work and how the technology is used to manage patient identity and protect a healthcare consumer’s personal information. Unless specifically noted, the answers are focused on the use and deployment of
Smart card technology can provide high lev els of security and privacy protection, making smart cards ideal for handling sensitive information such as identity and personal health information. For additional information on smart card technology, see the “About Smart Cards FAQ.” 2. How can smart healthcare cards help patients?