MFA for Electronic Prescribing for Controlled Substances - Hyperspace
Electronic Prescribing for Controlled Substances (EPCS) transmits prescriptions for controlled substances electronically from physicians to pharmacies. Additionally, EPCS adds security by requiring auditing, multi-factor authentication, and other legal requirements from the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration. EPCS removes the need for paper prescriptions by allowing physicians to electronically create, sign and securely transmit such prescriptions. Pharmacies can then use EPCS to receive, review, and dispense these controlled substances.
For details of ePCS flow see MFA for Electronic Prescribing for Controlled Substances (ePCS) - Flow.
Ensure the following:
- Must exist in Okta
- Must be assigned the Epic Hyperspace app in Okta
- Must enroll in MFA prior to performing a ePCS transaction.
- Administrator must configure servers to allow users write access to the log folder.
Typically C:\Program Files (x86)\Okta\OktaHyperspaceLoginDevice\logs
|Configure TLS||Configure required Transport Layer Security (TLS), ensuring that TLS 1.2 or higher is configured.
|Configure Okta for ePCS||Configure groups, MFA and the Epic Hyperspace EPCS app.|
|Download the agent||Org admins will need to request Okta Support provide the download link for the Okta Hyperspace Agent.
For the agent version history, see Okta Hyperspace Agent Version History.
|Install the agent||Install the Okta Hyperspace agent.|
|Configure a device in Chronicles||Configure a new device in Chronicle.|
|Configure Hyperspace||Configure Hyperspace to integrate with Okta.|
|Test user login process||Test login flow|
|Troubleshoot the Hyperspace integration||Optional. Troubleshoot the integration.|