The first version of DKIM synthesized and enhanced Yahoo!
's Doman Keys and Cisco's Identified Internet Mail specifications.
Domain Keys Identified Mail (DKIM) lets an organization take responsibility for a message that is in transit.
The organization is a handler of the message, either as its originator or as an intermediary.
Accurate patient identification is foundational to the successful linking of patient records within care delivery sites and across the healthcare ecosystem to underpin care delivery, data exchange, analytics, and critical business and clinical processes.
These goals have increased in importance as health information exchange has evolved over the last decade with the healthcare industry striving to reduce costs, increase interoperability, and transform to a patient-centric care delivery model.
Once Jack's mail server has accepted the message, it must either pass it along to Jill's mail server, or else deposit a bounce message in Jack's mailbox.
It urges industry stakeholders to recognize that now is a critical time to address accuracy in patient identification systems.
Various components of the healthcare ecosystem will address these goals and execute patient identification integrity activities to: Patient identification integrity is a complex concept, and one that is not well understood throughout the healthcare industry.
A sender may sometimes receive a bounce message from their own mail server, reporting that it has been unable to deliver a message, or alternatively from a recipient's mail server reporting that although it had accepted the message, it now finds it undeliverable - when a server accepts a message for delivery, it is also accepting the responsibility to deliver a DSN in the event the delivery fails.
For various reasons, particularly forged spam and email viruses, users may receive erroneous bounce messages sent in response to messages they never actually sent.