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Orange in m-health push

Orange has partnered with for Morpho for m-health mobile identity management

Operator group Orange, through its healthcare services subsidiary Almerys has created a mobile identity management system for the healthcare sector. The firm partnered with identity management solutions Morpho as it extends its existing health card solution portfolio.

The solution enables doctors to securely access patient files via a tablet or mobile device. A field trial is underway in France’s Clermont Ferrand University Hospital Center.

The system uses strong SIM authentication to establish a link between the device’s SIM card and the physician’s unique identification number via the identity management platform. Once the SIM card is registered, an applet is directly loaded onto the mobile device or tablet that contains the SIM card. The doctor can then access patient files via a secure web site by entering his or her phone number.

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