The SecureAuth Identity Platform provides improved physician efficiency and increased security for Scripps Health’s Electronic Prescriptions for Controlled Substances (EPCS).
> 15,000 Employees
Over 15,000 employees
> 700,000 Patients
Treats over 700,000 patients a year
6 seconds to submit and verify an electronic prescription
Another Step in the Digital Transformation
Scripps Health physicians need to be able to approve controlled substance prescriptions in seconds, both safely and securely. They turned to SecureAuth’s access management solution to help them achieve this in under five seconds.
The SecureAuth Solution
Scripps was looking to better serve their patients and physicians while ensuring the security of their Electronic Prescriptions for Controlled Substances (EPCS) system.
The Scripps team had to balance strong security with a fast and easy authentication process. They were drawn to DEA compliant SecureAuth because the smartphone app provided a quick fingerprint biometric and a simple “accept” or “deny” button. Additionally, self-service device enrollment made roll out quick and effortless.
The SecureAuth Benefits
The Scripps Enterprise Architecture team is always mindful of time taken away from patient care. Scripps deployed multi-factor authentication via self-service enabling prescribers to simply scan a QR code and follow the prompts. “Better care for patients, happier physicians, and more secure access, we are very pleased with SecureAuth,” said Christian Aboujaoude, senior director enterprise architecture, Scripps Health.
Our entire prescribing process used to take 2-3 hours, it now takes 6 seconds,” said Andrew Ferguson, lead engineer.
Scripps is a private, nonprofit, integrated health system in San Diego, California committed to providing the highest quality care. A nationally ranked best hospital by U.S. News & World Report and Truven Health Analytics, and recognized by Fortune magazine as one of the 100 Best Companies to Work For.