According to Grand View Research, Mobile Health, or mHealth, is a rapidly expanding segment of the Digital Health market worth $51 billion in 2021 and project to hit $130 billion in 2030. It holds the promise of a new era of user managed healthcare services and data, unlocked from paper and back office file cabinets, to make patients lives easier and healthier. Core EOS can help you build these Mobile Health innovations faster and with less cost.
Core EOS is a cloud native, highly scalable, and highly available solution, ready to grow and perform at whatever level you're solution requires. Our API is fully documented and publicly available, allowing integration with any number of systems, and our Data Mapper and Data Stream Storefront (Q4 2022) will allow real-time data flow between your products so you can integrate, expand, and grow.
Integrating Core EOS with your Mobile Health solution is simple. We follow an established OpenID Connect integration pattern which means there are dozens of off-the-shelf integrations ready to go for many different technologies, including yours.
Core EOS does not require you to be on any particular cloud (GCP, AWS, Azure, etc.) and we can provide integration solutions for any of them to get you up and running quickly.
Patient and user secured access are massively important in a health tech product. Core EOS can make your solution easy to use with minimal overhead for your users through social, passwordless, and MFA solutions that don't break the bank.
Core EOS is the only Identity Provider that includes a built in system to ensure user data is never transmitted either automatically or by request UNLESS the person who owns that data themselves Approves the transaction. We call it the Secure Profile, and it works to ensure that private data is always controlled by the user, not the company.
Many B2B identity solutions make accessing a user's full name, address, phone number, and more, as simple as an API request for login. The result is the user doesn't always know who has been given a copy of their data and if they have any control over that data. With Core EOS, a user can Approve or Decline sharing their information, but can also see when information they may not control is being held about them.
A new Mobile Healthcare App may need some personal information, but more than likely wants to limit how much information is receive so as to minimize any potential HIPAA exposure. Core EOS has removed the idea that a user's profile is immediately accessible as a default response when user information is queried. By forcing a secondary request to the Secured Profile, a mobile business can focus on the data it absolutely needs and users can feel confident they are in control.
Users can enable their Auth Wallet app for MFA and Secured Profile requests to respond on their mobile device, visit their Account Management dashboard on the Core EOS portal and respond to the notifications there, or simply tell Core EOS that they do not want to ever receive Secured Profile requests.