Verify My Identity (VMI)

Verify My Identity , or VMI is a “batteries included” framework for building custom identity-centric applications. VMI is standards-based and is OpenID Connect certified. While Verify My Identity was created for enterprise health applications, it can be applied to general business needs. VMI has a number of enterprise features including organizational management, Okta/Google/Microsoft connectivity, trust referee management, and out-of-the-box support for NIST Digital Identity Guidelines. VMI is “shared-source” so customers with a license can customize VMI’s look and feel and use it as a starting point for their own custom applications. Some examples of custom applications that we have built on top of VMI include:

  • - Remote + Supervised Identity Proofing
  • - Upstream identity integrations with Okta, Epic, Google, Microsoft, Yahoo!, and more
  • - Developer and Application Management
  • - Consortium User and Organization Management
  • - Health Identifier Management
  • - Client Application Governance
  • - Organization-level Identity Proofing and Credential Management
  • - REAL ID user on-boarding and identity verification
  • - Digital Vaccine Card Issuance and Management

To schedule a demo and discuss your project call us at +1 888-871-1017 or email us at sales@videntity.com

Videntity Gateway Interface (VGI)

Videntity Gateway Interface, or VGI is an OAuth2 server and API gateway. VGI lets you build APIs without writing any code. VGI connects to just about any upstream identity provider such as VMI, Okta, Google, and Microsoft. Some examples of custom applications that we have built on top of VGI are:

  • - Public APIs
  • - Private APIs where access governed bv OAuth2, IP, or password
  • - Health Provider Directory APIs
  • - “Patient-facing” APIs
  • - Bulk FHIR APIs
  • - Electronic Consent Management
  • - Digital Vaccine Cards
  • - FHIR Proxy

To schedule a demo and discuss your project call us at +1 888-871-1017 or email us at sales@videntity.com

Provider Data Tools (PDT)

Provider Data Tools , or PDT, is a set of tools for working with health provider data. PDT contains a handful of command-line utilities and related code libraries for parsing and manipulating health provider information collected and distributed by the National Plan and Provider Enumeration System (NPPES). Provider Data Tools is an open source Python package we maintain and can be installed with pip.

JSON Data Tools (JDT)

JSON Data Tools:, or JDT, is a toolkit containing a handful of command-line utilities and related code libraries for parsing CSVs into JSON or JSON-ND and performing bulk data imports into MongoDB and FHIR Servers. JDT is an open-source Python package we maintain and can be installed with pip.