We’re currently Beta testing Scrypt.
The Scrypt Repository is the hub of our Scrypt platform. It is a super-secure document repository, archive and back-up solution that provides a safe haven for all your digital healthcare documents.
As Scrypt is cloud-based, there is no hardware to purchase or software to install.
We have a number of security measures that go beyond the standard security approach. These include two-factor authentication for login that requires the user to have a valid username, password plus a mobile device to receive a unique PIN for access.
When released, Scrypt will enable you to access your documents ‘anywhere, anytime’ provided you can properly authenticate yourself. This central online storage is a perfect way to access your items from multiple offices or locations; at home or while traveling. Unless your organization has a sophisticated IT department then online document storage will provide better and cheaper backup, disaster recovery and service support as well as allowing easier to manage anywhere, anytime access.
Scrypt will only be accessible using https:// with 256-bit SSL Certification with 2048-bit private keys meaning that any data transfer between the Scrypt Archive and a local machine is robustly encrypted.
The documents themselves are encrypted and stored in a fully redundant, geographically separate hosted environments. This means that even in the event of a catastrophic incident in one data center, the service will continue as normal with exactly the same files stored in a different data center.
Keeping all of your documents organized and easy to find can be laborious and time consuming especially when you consider a typical healthcare practice may have thousands of charts equating to millions of pages. Wouldn’t it be nice if you could type a few words into a search query, and instantly be shown the document you want? That’s exactly what you get when you scan and store your documents with Scrypt.
Our sophisticated search capabilities not only search the meta data around the document but the contents of the scanned document itself. User can then view, print, export and securely share the document.