Orange and Morpho develop mobile identity management system for healthcare sector

Telecom Lead @ Mobile World Congress 2013: Orange’s healthcare services biz Almerys and Morpho (Safran group) have developed its mobile identity management system for the healthcare sector.

Healthcare providers can access — ensuring healthcare data mobility — patient data anytime on any device.

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They are in the process of conducting field trials at Clermont Ferrand University Hospital Center (CHU) in France.

“We strongly need mobile access to our applications for the day-to-day activity of our healthcare team and our partners for which the CHU handles the results of biological analyses or other medical exams and who need to have the results as soon as possible,” said Casimir Boyer, director of Information Systems for Clermont Ferrand University Hospital Center (CHU) in France.

Orange and Morpho’ healthcare data mobility solution enables doctors to access patient files via a tablet or mobile device.

The system uses SIM authentication to establish a link between the device’s SIM card and the physician’s unique identification number via the identity management platform.

Morpho is providing the solution’s identity management platform, which is based on Morpho Trusted Identity Services, a solution for secure online management of digital identities.

Orange provides the solution’s SIM-based authentication functionality, leads the integration of the entire solution and operates the service by monitoring it through a highly secured platform and network.