Overview: Imprivata OneSign provides clinicians with fast and secure, one touch access to patient health information--not only allowing more time with patients instead of managing passwords, but also protecting patient health information from unauthorized access.
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A More Secure Front Door: SSO and Strong Authentication by Imprivata. February 10, 2011 - Times change. Sometimes they change even faster than we might expect, as recent developments in Strong Authentication have shown. Just a few years ago, the idea of requiring users to provide a second form of identity to gain access to IT resources was seen by many as only necessary for remote access security or top-secret jobs.
Customer Spotlight: The Journey to Fast EMR Access via VMware View “Follow me” Desktops and Walk-Away Security by Imprivata. January 27, 2011 - Learn about Memorial Healthcare’s latest approach to ensure that its clinicians have fast and secure access to critical patient information. You will learn about secure “follow me” desktops to provide doctors and nurses with patient information at their fingertips - from any workstation or personal device.
E-Book: IT in the Electronic Hospital by Imprivata. February 11, 2010 - The federal government's push for electronic healthcare records has made data security even more pressing. This eBook takes a look at where healthcare IT leaders should begin and what they should watch out for as they move to embrace the HITECH Act and other initiatives. Read on to learn more.
Economic & Productivity Impact of IT Security on Healthcare - Video by Imprivata. May 08, 2013 - View this webcast to explore the results of a recent Ponemon Institute study that indicate a clear need for healthcare institutions to invest in modern communications technology to ensure efficient patient care, as well as compliance with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) regulations.
Fast, Secure Access to VDI Applications: The Role of Automated Access in Accelerating Virtual Desktop Adoption by Imprivata. April 07, 2011 - This whitepaper looks at ways that organizations can increase virtual desktop adoption and security simultaneously using automated access for VMware View™ 4.5 and Oracle’s Sun Ray.
IDC White Paper: Imprivata’s Cortext HIPAA Compliant Texting for Clinicians by Imprivata. December 31, 2012 - Access this white paper to explore a HIPAA compliant text messaging application that supports encrypted protected health information (PHI) to enable clinicians with rapid communications means, and explore best practices for implementation.
Improving Clinician Workflows with One-Touch Desktop Roaming by Imprivata. May 24, 2010 - The move from paper-based medical records systems to EMR is rightly viewed as a step toward improved patient care, increased clinician productivity, and lower costs. But striking a balance between access for clinicians and privacy for patients can be a difficult task. This paper presents a one-touch desktop roaming solution that benefits both.
Mercy Health System Speeds Access to EpicCare and Increases Clinician Satisfaction by Imprivata. June 05, 2012 - This webcast demonstrates how one hospital was able to benefit from single sign-on technology that helped foster physician satisfaction while meeting HIPAA compliance regulations.
Parkview Adventist Medical Center Clinicians Get Security at Their Fingertips with Imprivata by Imprivata. January 2008 - By incorporating finger biometric scanning into the solution, Parkview would enable each doctor or nurse to log on to any PC at the facility with a single fingertip swipe.
The Seattle Times Meets with Imprivata OneSign™ Deadlines and Security Needs by Imprivata. January 2008 - With OneSign up and running, The Seattle Times saw an immediate improvement in its security policy enforcement.