Imprivata, Inc.

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.

 •  February 7

Patient misidentification by the numbers An often-overlooked issue in the healthcare community is that of patient misidentification. Whether due to identity theft, fraudulent insurance cards, or cases of unconscious or unresponsive patients, patient misidentification resulting from incomplete or incorrect medical records costs hospitals an average...

Imprivata, Inc.

 •  January 23

Post by Jaimin Patel, Vice President IAM Program Management, Caradigm Originally posted: May, 2017 When regulations for electronic prescriptions for controlled substances (EPCS) were introduced in 2010, more than 12 million people reported using prescription painkillers non-medically, and the number of painkillers being prescribed could have...

Imprivata, Inc.

 •  January 15

Imprivata recently underwent an in-depth security audit by RSM, an international independent service auditor, to determine whether our cloud-based Imprivata Confirm ID and Imprivata Cortext products meet the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) criteria for SOC 2 Type 2 certification. The result? Full SOC 2 attestation....

Imprivata, Inc.

 •  January 8

We all understand the critical importance of secure messaging within healthcare settings. Indeed, secure messaging has become integral to streamlining care coordination between care teams as well as with other hospital staff. Less clear, however, are the conditions for its use. All too often, we’re asked the question: just what, exactly, are the...

Imprivata, Inc.

 •  January 2

Post by Christine Roecker, Senior Program Manager Originally posted: October, 2017 Compliance officers can review data, search audit logs, and monitor areas of concern with most IAM products on the market. In fact, in 2015 it was reported that 82% of organizations undertake enterprise-wide compliance risk assessments and two-thirds of those...

Imprivata, Inc.

 •  December 19, 2017

Post by Jaimin Patel, Vice President IAM Program Management, Caradigm Originally posted: October, 2016 Change is the new normal in healthcare, which can come in many forms: mergers and acquisitions, the formation of accountable care organizations and clinically integrated networks, having new groups of physicians arrive at a teaching hospital, or...

Imprivata, Inc.

 •  December 13, 2017

We believe a new report featuring recommendations by Gartner analyst Barry Runyon calls on healthcare provider CIOs to evaluate identity biometrics to help their organizations reduce patient identifications errors. Runyon points to biometrics as a key tool in combatting patient misidentification and minimizing problems that can lead to preventable...

Imprivata, Inc.

 •  December 12, 2017

Hospitals in New York are currently working together to eliminate medical errors and improve clinical outcomes with new cutting-edge technology in place. As members of the Hospitals Insurance Company Program (HIC), Bronx-Lebanon Hospital Center, Montefiore Medical Center, Maimonides Medical Center, Mount Sinai Health System, and White Plains...

Imprivata, Inc.

 •  December 7, 2017

As the number of cyberattacks and data breaches continue to rise in healthcare, organizations and their patients’ health information (PHI) are increasingly targeted. Security of the enterprise and of patient records has always been important, but now, more than ever, healthcare organizations need to put cybersecurity strategies in place in order to...

Imprivata, Inc.

 •  December 4, 2017

The Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA)’s attempt to move the Medicare program away from payments based on volume of services delivered and towards payments based on the quality and efficiency of services delivered has led to significant anxiety across the provider community, since the volume-based reimbursement system in...