Imprivata, Inc.

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Imprivata is a leading provider of authentication and access management solutions for the healthcare industry. Imprivata’s single sign-on, authentication management and secure communications solutions enable fast, secure and more efficient access to healthcare information technology systems to address multiple security challenges and improve provider productivity for better focus on patient care. For more information, please visit www.imprivata.com

Imprivata, Inc.

 •  October 2

National Health Information Technology Week (#NHITWeek) is taking place this week, October 2-6, 2017. I have seen first-hand the role that technology can play in the healthcare industry and how it can improve the overall experience for both patients and clinicians. For more than a decade, I served as an Emergency Room Charge Nurse at Beth Israel...

Imprivata, Inc.

 •  September 25

Imprivata SVP of Product Management Barbara Dumery joined the Product Hero podcast last month to talk technology and all things product management. Sponsored by the team at Fresh Tilled Soil , this bi-weekly podcast interviews outstanding members of the Product Management community. In her talk with Heath Umbach, Barbara describes her career...

Imprivata, Inc.

 •  September 18

The threat of hackers stealing private information and holding it for ransom is real, and the healthcare industry has become a prime target – in fact, phishing as emerged as the top security threat facing healthcare organizations. Criminals employ a variety of highly-targeted methods to breach data security. That means, as a provider, you must...

Imprivata, Inc.

 •  August 29

The days of needing only one or two sets of login credentials are long gone. On average, healthcare professionals must remember eight to 10 passwords for the applications and devices they use. To manage the issue, organizations turn to single sign-on solutions (SSO). Through a combination of multiple authorization and access control methods, SSO...

Imprivata, Inc.

 •  August 23

The digitization of healthcare has allowed healthcare organizations to utilize robust technology such as medical devices to help improve both patient care and provider experiences across the entire care continuum. Today, medical devices can track and monitor patient stats, provide diagnostic information, help ensure lifesaving care delivery, and...

Imprivata, Inc.

 •  August 21

Earlier this week, we announced our new membership in CommonWell Health Alliance, a leading organization dedicated to creating universal access to health data via a person-centered, nationwide network. As a General Member, Imprivata will share our expertise regarding the critical importance of “interoperability” – the seamless exchange of patient...

Imprivata, Inc.

 •  August 14

On July 28, federal legislators introduced HR 3528, The Every Prescription Conveyed Securely Act – bipartisan legislation that would require healthcare providers to prescribe opioids and other medications electronically through a Medicare Part D prescription drug plan. U.S. Reps. Katherine Clark (D-MA) and Markwayne Mullin (R-OK) worked together...

Imprivata, Inc.

 •  August 7

Community Hospital Anderson, a part of Indiana’s Community Health Network, believes that positive patient identification is the foundation of accurate, quality care and patient safety. With a desire to fulfill their mission, Community Hospital Anderson sought out a patient identification solution that eliminated duplicate medical records, reduced...

Imprivata, Inc.

 •  July 24

According to a new report issued by Imprivata in collaboration with the Spyglass Consulting Group, 95% of hospitals believe clinical communication is inefficient at times. Recently, Imprivata hosted a webinar with Adam David MD and Elizabeth Ames RN from Sutter Health and Gregg Malkary, Managing Director of Spyglass Consulting Group to discuss the...

Imprivata, Inc.

 •  July 17

I recently sat down with Jason Morse, Director of Information Technology at Cumberland Healthcare (Cumberland Memorial Hospital), a 25-bed facility in Cumberland, Wisconsin, to discuss virtualization. Cumberland’s objective was to virtualize their environment and increase the amount of time their clinicians were able to interact with the patients....