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PatientWorks J-Point Cashiering Provides EMV Compliance

PatientWorks today announced that the J-Point Cashiering Software for Healthcare now supports EMV Compliance in the United States and Canada.  The EMV (Europay MasterCard Visa) standards shift liability for credit card fraud to the merchant in October 2015 if the merchant (healthcare provider) does not have an EMV compliant credit card payment system (including hardware and software).

J-Point integrates with the hospital's HIS application to process patient payments at registration.  For example, J-Point is integrated with Epic software at NYU Medical Center and Kaiser Permanente Mid-Atlantic so a registrant seamlessly processes payment with J-Point while in the Epic application.  Healthcare providers use J-Point to integrate their credit card payment processing to their enterprise applications thereby improving financial controls, accountability, and the ability to interface with various peripheral devices.

Through integration with Verifone's POINT hardware and software as a service solution, J-Point provides healthcare providers in the United States with the ability to take their credit card processing "out of scope."  The tokenization, encryption and Verifone service remove any exposure of sensitive patient credit card data from the J-Point cashiering application and the healthcare provider's network and systems.  This reduces the risk of a breach and reduces costs of PCI Compliance.

For Canadian healthcare providers, J-Point uses Tender Retail to support the chip and pin credit card processing (EMV has been implemented in Canada for some time now).

J-Point using POINT provides a gateway where the healthcare provider may use any of the leading merchant services companies and does not have to change merchant processors to implement POINT.  However, POINT facilitates easy coversion if the healthcare providers wishes to change merchant services providers in the future.Verifone Provides POINT for EMV Compliance


Hear How St. Claire Regional Medical Center Saved Money through Automated Patient Identification

Patientworks and Zebra Technologies sponsored a webinar where Lisa Wallace, OB Nurse Manager of St. Claire Regional Medical Center, presented the history of their project to automate patient identification. She shared the details of the project of moving from a manual system to an automated solution. In addition, Zebra Technologies and PatientWorks Corporation discussed key technology aspects of the solution.

To hear a replay of this free webinar, please click the following link:  https://www2/    You will be asked to enter your name, organization and email address then click View Recorded Webinar to view the webinar.


SalePoint Acquires PatientWorks Division from NewBold Corporation

SalePoint  today announced that it had acquired the assets of the PatientWorks Division of the NewBold Corporation.

SalePoint through a newly formed, wholly owned subsidiary PatientWorks Corporation acquired the assets of the PatientWorks business from NewBold Corporation.  The terms of the transaction were not disclosed. 

Larry Haworth, CEO of SalePoint, stated “We are pleased to add the PatientWorks solutions to our company.  We have been a reseller of the PatientWorks solutions so it was a natural fit when we learned the business was for sale.  The PatientWorks solutions including KioskWorks have seen strong growth during the last year and we are excited about the opportunities we see in combining our businesses.”

PatientWorks Corporation will continue to operate from the Cary, North Carolina office with certain corporate administrative functions being performed by SalePoint in its San Diego headquarters.  The effective date of the acquisition was February 22, 2012.