ONC Certification Disclosures
This Health IT module is 2015 Edition-compliant and has been certified by an ONC-ACB in accordance with the applicable certification criteria adopted by the Secretary of Health and Human Services. This certification does not represent an endorsement by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Additional costs beyond the agreed-upon contract may be incurred if the number of applications monitored increases, the size of the user base increases, or the volume of data being consumed increases beyond the initial scope of the contract, increasing storage requirements. No additional costs apply for using certified functionality.
Certified EHR vendor and product information
|Certified EHR name||Intruno Patient Privacy Monitoring|
|Certified EHR version||8.3|
|Certification date||Dec 7, 2021|
|Requirements edition||2015 Edition|
|Certification criteria||170.315(d)(1), 170.315(d)(3), 170.315(d)(5), 170.315(d)(12), 170.315(d)(13), 170.315(g)(4), 170.315(g)(5)|
|Clinical quality measures||N/A|
|Additional SW required:||N/A|
ONC CERTIFIED HIT® is a registered trademark of HHS.
§ 170.315 (d)(13) Multi-factor authentication
Intruno supports multifactor authentication by integrating as a service provider with a third-party identity provider over the SAML 2.0 standard. Example vendors include Ping Identity, Microsoft Azure Active Directory, OneLogin, Okta, and others.
In this scenario, users attempting to authenticate to Intruno are directed to the identity provider to authenticate. The identity provider is then configured to require the user to pass multifactor authentication before returning the authenticated user to the Intruno system.