We can help you become and stay EMV compliant.
EMV® stands for Europay, MasterCard® and Visa®, the three Card Associations responsible for banding together to combat credit card fraud on a global level. Together, these companies spearheaded the move from magnetic “swipe” payment cards to those embedded with a secure microchip.
EMV implementation brings with it a huge shift in accountability and liability. As of October 2015, your practice or enterprise is liable for the cost of fraud on transactions using a chip card but not processed on an EMV-capable terminal. As long as you are compliant with EMV regulations, you won’t be liable for these transactions.
With an EMV-compliant point-of-sale terminal and Practice Management Bridge®, you benefit from:
A chip card-enabled terminal validates the card, and the cardholder authenticates they are the card owner while the card is still in the POS terminal.
Security features built into the chip reduce lost, stolen, and counterfeit fraud. Unlike traditional magnetic stripe transactions, the EMV credit card terminals and chip-enabled cards work together to validate the card and cardholder.
Your ability to support chip card transactions eliminates your financial liability if a fraudulent transaction occurs.
Healthcare practices that have not yet transitioned to EMV card acceptance should consider doing so immediately to protect themselves and their patients. Rectangle Health is ready to assist you in the transition process.
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