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Salucro's Epic P2PE Interface

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Salucro's Epic P2PE Interface provides an interface between Epic Systems and a Point-to-Point Encrypted (P2PE) validated solution within a Citrix environment specifically for healthcare providers. Salucro has integrated into Epic’s credit card device interface to allow for a seamless user experience inside several Epic modules. This encrypted solution is used by healthcare staff and billing agents to facilitate patient payment collections.

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Compatible with

  • XenApp 7.6 LTSR
  • XenApp 7.9

Compatibility

  • Citrix Virtual Apps (XenApp)

Product Details

Salucro's Epic P2PE Interface encompasses an integration into one of the largest patient accounting systems in the US (Epic Systems) in tandem with a premier payment gateway to offer a PCI validated P2PE solution. The integration into Epic includes the “Credit Card Device Interface” along with the “Generic Payment Gateway Interface” which offers device support for EMV chip based cards, contactless and mobile device payments. This intensified integration allows healthcare providers to continue taking payments within Epic, from any of the following locations:

  • Taking a payment at the front desk
  • Setting up a payment plan at the front desk
  • Taking a payment at a kiosk
  • Taking a payment over the phone in the billing office (enter card number on device keypad)
  • Setting up a payment plan over the phone in the billing office (enter card number on device keypad)

Salucro’s joint integration with Epic and a P2PE payment gateway offers unprecedented improvements in both security and the workflow process of a healthcare provider’s users.

Merchants frequently use many different operational channels for accepting, processing or transmitting payment card account data. By supporting a payment channel environment which leverages a validated, listed P2PE solution provided by Salucro and their P2PE gateway partner, merchants should realize a dramatic reduction in applicable PCI DSS controls. Also, the merchant will be eligible to complete a significantly reduced control compliance reporting process which leverages the PCI P2PE SAQ (self-assessment questionnaire).

This enables merchants to process payments securely while keeping their network environment completely out of scope for PCI security audits. Healthcare providers (merchants) can now conduct their business with the confidence that no unencrypted cardholder data flows through their systems and networks.