The Digital Healthcare Conference 2010 occurred last week in Madison, WI, under the theme of “Healthcare IT in transition.” Imprivata Chief Medical Officer Dr. Barry P. Chaiken served as the conference chair for this event, which boasted an impressive agenda that kicked off with KLAS Founder and Chairman Kent Gale exploring the obstacles to physician adoption of electronic medical records (EMRs). Gale’s “Top Ten” list highlighted common things that stand in the way of EMR adoption, and the takeaway from the entire session aimed to get attendees to see how establishing transparent workflow can lead to physicians truly embracing EMRs.
by Jim WhelanMonday, May 24, 2010 - 9:32am
by Jim WhelanTuesday, May 4, 2010 - 9:34am
I’m excited to join Imprivata at a time where healthcare IT, patient data security and clinician workflow efficiencies are front and center in boardrooms and nurses' stations across the country’s healthcare institutions. With more than 500 hospitals on the customer roster, one million healthcare users and strategic relationships with all of the popular HIS vendors, Imprivata has built a strong foundation that was very attractive for me to join and bring my experiences. Imprivata’s healthcare pedigree enables us to focus on delivering practical innovations for solving real-world problems surrounding simplifying and securing user access in hospital environments.