With just a few lines of code, you can implement secure, comprehensive identity management.
At Auth0, we believe that enabling healthcare organizations starts with user experience. We’ve built a zero-friction, infinitely extensible, enterprise-class solution that makes modern identity easy. Easy for your customers. Easy for your developers.
Building modern authentication goes beyond usernames and passwords and provides a framework for managing identity. With healthcare clients, security is critical and every minute counts. Typing in a username and password to gain access to a web service may have worked in the past, but has significant drawbacks today.
Try it now - click the highlighted code to choose different options, then try logging in or signing up on the phone screen to see how easy Auth0 is for both users and developers.
The pre-eminent school provides medical identity secured by Auth0.
“I’m a big proponent of letting experts do what they do best. If you get identity management wrong, it falls apart horribly, and you get put on the front page of the newspaper as having exposed a large number of people to really bad things. I didn’t want to rely on building it ourselves.”
— David Bernick, Harvard Medical School
Auth0 offers HIPAA BAA agreements to companies in the healthcare industry that must comply with HIPAA regulations for safeguarding patient privacy and sensitive health information.
Auth0 is SOC 2 Type II certified – an independent auditor has evaluated our product, infrastructure, and policies, and certifies that Auth0 complies with their stringent requirements.
Auth0 conforms to the OpenID Connect protocol, and our products are certified by the OpenID Foundation, of which we are active members. We strive to use open standards and specifications to deliver excellent interoperability for our customers. Auth0 helped in defining the protocol and are sponsoring OpenID Connect.
Auth0 conforms with the brand-new EU-US Privacy Shield Framework for regulating privacy in data flows between the European Union and the United States. This Framework replaces the EU-US Safe Harbor Framework repudiated in 2015.