Trusted digital identity for e‑health
The healthcare sector in Switzerland is undergoing major changes, and the digitalisation of the healthcare system has accelerated with the arrival of the Electronic Patient Record (EPR) that is expected to be rolled out in summer 2020.
Only a few months until EPR ...this is where ELCA’s trustID swiss independent, secure and EPRA certified digital identity provider solution with a competitive TCO comes into play. ELCA’s extensive healthcare experience will help you make it work.
Our services smoothen your EPR implementation
- Defining use cases: With a view to obtaining the EPRA certification, ELCA can accompany you in defining the use cases and procedures linked to the opening of your Hospital Information System (HIS) to your healthcare partners and patients. We follow a pragmatic methodology by organising trade workshops alongside you, so that we can prepare the most relevant use cases and define solutions together.
- Security reinforcement and opening of your HIS to your partners: Our advice covers cybersecurity risk analysis as well as recommendations to ensure the security of your digital transformation. We also aid in the implementation of security elements such as API gateways and secure microservices architecture.
- trustID implementation: Our cybersecurity consultants have more than 15 years’ experience in implementing strong authentication solutions. We assist our clients with the implementation of secure digital identity solutions and identity federation.
Why ELCA and trustID?
ELCA is an independent IT provider that manages strong digital identity and authentication solutions and has broad expertise in the digital healthcare field with over 15 years of experience on strategic projects such as MonDossierMedical (Geneva), the first Electronic Patient Record in Switzerland, MedEx/MedIn, an hospital information system exchange solution or Sumex, a health billing system.
The trustID solution is fully developed and operated in Switzerland by CloudTrust - an ELCA company and meets the highest current e-health security requirements, as well as future requirements for the electronic identification for e-ID citizens.