EHR YOUR WAY: 170.315(D)(13) MULTI-FACTOR AUTHENTICATION
Use Cases where we implement two factor authentications
1. If the user so wishes, he/she can enable two factor authentication for every login that he/she does to the system. This reduces the risk of user impersonation.
2. If the user so wishes, he/she can enable two factor authentication for every login that he/she does from a new device. This improves security as the user when logging in from a new device undergoes two factor authentications to make sure that it is really the user who is logging in.
3. If the user wishes to make changes in settings of the system he/she has to go through a two factor authentication. This improves security of the overall system as it is impossible to make system level changes without full authentication.
4. If Provider a provider wishes to send Schedule drugs electronically to pharmacy he/she have to undergo a two factor authentication. This ensures that scheduled drugs are not misused by impersonating the provider.