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Jul
6
comment Encode URL in link that will appear on page in plain text?
That's pretty close. So in your example "1235" would be a useful token but only if used in combination with something else. I am more concerned with someone intercepting the actual hyperlink and knowing that "1235" goes with a certain mobile number, and being able to do harm from there with those 2 pieces of info.
Jul
6
comment Encode URL in link that will appear on page in plain text?
We don't want the code in plain text, because a human error on the call center level could lead to it being used. "Oh I got this code in the mail but I can't use it, you guys must have my DOB wrong in your system." Even though the code it self is encoded it just seems wrong to send it in plain text in a URL and then just barf it onto a web page.
Jul
6
asked Encode URL in link that will appear on page in plain text?
Aug
9
awarded  Commentator
Aug
9
comment How to verify new accounts against a known persons database?
I accepted the other because it had another option but you have been extremely helpful.
Aug
9
comment How to verify new accounts against a known persons database?
Exactly! We'll see how it goes. Thank you so much for the answer.
Aug
9
awarded  Scholar
Aug
9
comment How to verify new accounts against a known persons database?
As far as I can tell you're right about HIPAA implementation laws. This is a great idea!
Aug
9
accepted How to verify new accounts against a known persons database?
Aug
9
awarded  Supporter
Aug
9
comment How to verify new accounts against a known persons database?
Thank you! This is an idea we have talked about. I think we have the ID challenging part down (they plan to authenticate via credit card) but I'm looking at the "one to one" account to chart problem.
Aug
9
comment How to verify new accounts against a known persons database?
Interesting idea! One of our competitors in this space does that. I think the other thing I left out is they want it yesterday and they want it cheap. :) So adding any business tier stuff that doesn't exist is basically out.
Aug
8
comment How to verify new accounts against a known persons database?
@blunders No, I believe a good deal of patients would have a phone number in the chart. Home number more likely than cell/text number.
Aug
8
comment How to verify new accounts against a known persons database?
@blunders The mailbox would be the one in the chart, whereas the email would (in my hypothetical) be the one supplied by the web applicant, which may or may not be appropriate. Maybe some sort of hierarchy of email if in the chart, or text message, or snail mail if nothing else. Thanks!
Aug
8
comment How to verify new accounts against a known persons database?
Thank you. I think I can accept this even though you didn't technically give me anything short of snail mail. This is what I was thinking, and I guess I was really looking for gratification on that if I couldn't get an actual alternate solution.
Aug
8
comment How to verify new accounts against a known persons database?
@blunders we might have way more phone #s than email, and I'm having a report generated. Patients don't need to give us an email unless they sign up for the portal, so I'm guessing something like 1% of inactive pts will have one listed.
Aug
8
comment How to verify new accounts against a known persons database?
@Jeff Ferland - No that still works but the business wants an online only option.
Aug
8
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Aug
8
asked How to verify new accounts against a known persons database?