RevolutionEHR users can now seamlessly process electronic payments from directly within RevolutionEHR, backed by the security and PCI scope reduction of P2PE
March 7, 2018 – Atlanta, GA and Madison, WI – Leading payment security provider Bluefin announced today a new partnership with Rev360 to provide integrated payment processing backed by PCI-validated point-to-point encryption (P2PE) directly through RevolutionEHR, the leading cloud-based EHR and practice management software for eye care.
RevolutionEHR’s cloud-based architecture offers eye care the simplicity of using one software platform as the most effective and efficient way to run their practice – from anywhere. With EHR and practice management at the core, RevolutionEHR seamlessly integrates with a variety of partner solutions and enables a growing suite of ECP business services.
Bluefin specializes in PCI-validated P2PE solutions that secure credit and debit card transactions by encrypting all data within a PCI-approved point-of-entry device, preventing clear-text cardholder data from being available in the device or the merchant’s system where it could be exposed to malware. Data decryption is only done offsite in a Bluefin hardware security module (HSM).
Through the partnership, RevolutionEHR users can now experience PCI-validated P2PE and integrated payment processing through Bluefin’s PayConex payment gateway. PayConex is integrated directly with RevolutionEHR and will provide debit, credit and ACH payments, all backed by security technologies such as P2PE and tokenization.
“We’re very excited to be partnering with Bluefin to provide our customers an integrated, secure payment processing option,” says Dr. Scott Jens, Rev360 CEO. “The streamlining of the patient experience, along with increased efficiency for our customers in the practice offers tremendous value.”
Benefits of a PCI-validated P2PE solution include reduced PCI compliance and scope, saving time and money on annual audits, and the assurance that the technology has been vetted and approved by the PCI Security Standards Council (SSC).
“Every company wants the convenience of being able to accept customer payments within their software platform, but they also want the assurance that those payments are protected – especially in healthcare, which saw 374 breaches in 2017 with more than 5 million records compromised, according to ITRC data,” said Ruston Miles, Chief Strategy Officer, Bluefin. “We are excited to bring eye care practices the seamless experience of accepting payments, all from within RevolutionEHR and backed by the security of PCI-validated P2PE.”
Rev360 is the eye care software and business services company that serves practices centered on RevolutionEHR. Rev360 delivers the RevolutionEHR software platform and a growing suite of optional business services to RevolutionEHR users. To learn more about Rev360, visit http://www.rev-360.com. To learn more about RevolutionEHR, visit http://www.revolutionehr.com.