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Secure Access Management for the Healthcare Sector

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Automatic legal compliance

Compliance first: with excellent user-friendliness and compliance with HIPAA, HITECH, Electronic Prescription of Controlled Substances (EPCS), automated processes boost productivity and guarantee broad acceptance among employees, partners and patients.

Set yourself apart from the competition

Digitalised processes with an organised identity and access management infrastructure are what define the leading e-health service providers. Simple yet secure access to data from mobile devices guarantees a positive customer experience.

Maximise the security of customer data

The benefits of comprehensive identity management solutions for an organised security infrastructure include controlled authorisation administration and secure access to patient data. In doing so, you will build a positive reputation for your company and a strong basis for trust.

Digital Integrated Treatment in Healthcare and Life Sciences

E-health service providers know how important it is to protect highly sensitive patient records. At the same time, cost optimisation is a ubiquitous healthcare issue. That’s why it’s important for service providers such as general practitioners, consultants, hospitals, radiology institutions and laboratories, but also health insurance providers and public authorities to collaborate via efficiently digitalised processes. Since this sometimes involves exchanging sensitive data, a seamlessly functioning infrastructure has a vital role to play as part of integrated healthcare. This is the only way to guarantee secure and efficient cooperation.

The Key Challenges for the Healthcare Sector

  • Increased networking 
    In the digital age, all stakeholders involved in healthcare are also networked with one another – from hospitals to doctors’ practices all the way to patients and even the medical devices. Increased networking is changing many workflows. This also calls for new regulations, for example, to protect critical personal data against unauthorised access.
  • Efficient treatment
    The aim of the digital healthcare network is to enable patient-centric and efficient treatment delivery. This approach is based on the latest technologies and open platforms for rapid communication between all participants.

Nevis – Your Partner for Security and Compliance

Nevis offers you the solution: Your customers receive passwordless and secure access to their accounts so they can manage all their medical issues seconds – with total convenience and security.

Digital Healthcare Act (DVG)

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The German Digital Healthcare Act is designed to promote the digitalisation of healthcare. The main building blocks are the reimbursement of costs for healthcare apps, promoting telemedicine services and expanding the telematics infrastructure.

E-Health Law

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Digital healthcare covers a large number of individual aspects in which the protection of sensitive data has top priority. The E-Health Law creates the legal framework for this purpose and provides initial orientation regarding the measures required. Crucial areas in this context include:

  • Digital master data management
  • Electronic health records
  • Electronic health card: medical access to patient and emergency data
  • Electronic medication plan
  • Seamless and secure data exchange between different IT infrastructures within the healthcare setting

The secure Nevis login optimises the protection of patient data in all situations. 

Read how health insurance companies and insurers use Customer Identity and Access Management to implement modern online services in a legally secure, user-friendly and efficient way in the following white paper, which is available for free download.

GDPR compliance

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Under the terms of the GDPR, the healthcare and life sciences sector in general is under an obligation to demonstrably protect personal customer data across all systems used to collect, store and further process this data.  The digital networking of medical systems, devices, service providers and patients creates a digital e-health network in which sensitive and confidential data can be exchanged. E-health service providers know how important it is to protect highly sensitive dossiers.


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What Customers and Patients Expect

Protected by compliance

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Healthcare customers and patients also expect optimum security when they access their accounts. At the same time, they want quick and convenient access to their accounts so that they can manage all their healthcare affairs a matter of seconds. Data protection must be guaranteed at all times through compliance with the very latest data security standards. Customers and patients have no interest in worrying about data breaches or stolen and forgotten passwords.

An excellent customer experience

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Self-service allows patients to register themselves, manage their data and access their medical documents wherever and whenever they want. Patients and customers can conveniently change, order or add medical services in their accounts. General administrative expenditure in digital healthcare is reduced because customers and patients themselves can decide in the authorisation management who is permitted to access their data.

Identity management as a driver of digitalisation

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Identity management simplifies administrative processes and increases the security of sensitive data across multiple IT infrastructures. This also strengthens people’s trust in how their personal information is handled. The key advantages of identity management are:

  • The possibility of calling up master data quickly from the ERP system
  • Provision of identity data in different connected IT systems
  • Authorisation of users based on roles and user attributes
  • Single sign-on for web applications and additional services for secure data exchange

«Nevis identity management lets you manage the digital identities of all participating parties securely and guarantee protection of sensitive medical data.»


Strong Solution for Strong Partners

For identity and access management (IAM), for reliable verification of a user's authorisations, HIN has relied on Nevis solutions for years. Read how secure logins optimise and safeguard digital healthcare.

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Making security an experience

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How Nevis Supports Healthcare and Life Sciences

Efficient identity management

Nevis is the beating heart of the security infrastructure for e-health service providers. With Nevis, you can implement the central identity management process efficiently:

  • Account activation/self-regulation
  • Ordering new services and authorisations
  • Linking identities and credentials
  • Delegated administration: authorisation management by customers
Streamlined digital access

Nevis ensures that a login process, access to an application or a business process can be assigned to the authorised expert group:

  • Doctors, technical experts or nursing staff can log into the e-health portal in seconds
  • The users can access patient data conveniently and perform updates or transactions
  • Users confirm approvals with fingerprint or FaceID rather than insecure passwords
  • Nevis also ensures round-the-clock availability of the e-health portal. No SMS transaction fees are incurred.
Popular functions

Identity management solutions for healthcare service providers cover other popular functions in addition to the usual IDM processes. Nevis offers:

  • Access to master data from the ERP system
  • Provisioning of identity data in different peripheral systems
  • Support for different authentication tools: mTAN, SuisseID, HPC Card, Soft Certs, etc.
  • Authorisation based on roles and user attributes
  • Integration of special client software
  • Single sign-on for web applications and other services for secure data exchange