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Experian and Symantec Provide DrFirst with Identity Proofing and Authentication Technology
Date:6/1/2011

COSTA MESA, Calif., June 1, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Experian® today announced that they and Symantec have provided DrFirst, the nation's leading electronic prescribing company (e-prescribing), with an authentication solution for its newest product, EPCS Gold™. The Experian and Symantec products will allow DrFirst to securely and accurately deliver secure online identity credentials to physicians who are eligible to issue e-prescriptions for controlled substances to their patients through EPCS Gold™.

The joint technology offering from Experian and Symantec is the first of its kind for e-prescribing and was developed specifically for DrFirst. Experian's Precise ID(SM) platform will help ensure that Symantec's VeriSign Identity Protection (VIP) credentials are provisioned to the appropriate users via comprehensive risk-based identity proofing. The technologies will serve as the secure back end to DrFirst's identity proofing and logical access controls in accordance with the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) requirements for electronic prescribing of controlled substances.  

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In March 2010, the DEA issued an Interim Final Rule (IFR) that authorized electronic prescribing of controlled substances (EPCS) functionality for all providers in the United States. DrFirst has been pioneering the research and development of translating the DEA's requirements into a product offering that will allow eligible physicians to send controlled substance prescriptions electronically to pharmacies that are authorized to accept the prescription. As part of the guidelines, the DEA requires a two-factor authentication protocol for any provider who wants to send controlled substance prescriptions electronically. 

"EPCS is the final barrier to full adoption of e-prescribing among doctors who authorize controlled substances prescriptions," said G. Cameron Deemer, president of DrFirst
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