Thanks again to everyone who joined us for a very interactive webinar to learn more about how Imprivata OneSign can save clinicians more than 15 minutes per day. We had more than 40 questions during our Q&A session and have provided a transcript below of the most common questions.
by James MillingtonThursday, December 1, 2011 - 3:57pm
by James MillingtonWednesday, October 26, 2011 - 3:59pm
By combining the benefits of roaming desktops with the simplicity of No Click Access delivered by Imprivata OneSign, clinicians can now access Citrix XenDesktop or XenApp with the tap of a badge or swipe of a fingerprint - enabling clinicians to dedicate more of their time with their patients and less time with the computer.
by James MillingtonMonday, October 24, 2011 - 4:03pm
Healthcare has the reputation of being highly resistant to change, that paper based systems are the best solution and that clinicians will simply not use any replacement. Why else would a hospital have to prove that they are meaningfully using new technology in order to receive the HITECH funding? Couldn’t we just trust them? So who’d have thunk it that in a survey of 477 IT professionals across multiple industries, it’s healthcare that are leading the way in the deployment of desktop virtualization!
by Justyna EvlogiadisMonday, October 24, 2011 - 4:00pm
Fast User Switching is a term that can often be confused because it can be applied to an application workflow or a workstation that is shared among different users. For example, in the healthcare field, many Electronic Medical Record (EMR) vendors have a feature built-in that allows a user to “suspend” or “log off” the application without actually closing the application down, thus requiring the user to have to restart the application. This feature is primarily a time saver and is most often seen in an Outpatient care model where a patient comes in for an appointment but is not being admitted to the hospital.
by Karen BreaultThursday, October 6, 2011 - 4:04pm
Over the past few months, the Solutions Database located within our online Customer Center has undergone a number of improvements to provide you with a reliable and effective source of information for addressing common product issues and questions. The improvements include enhanced searching capability, content reliability, and format consistency.
by Jeff MacLellanThursday, September 22, 2011 - 4:06pm
I often have conversations with customers about the level of effort that is required to support OneSign once it is deployed. We usually talk about the resources that are required to work on testing new application profiles or changes to existing profiles, but if you back up one level, you will see the X factor.
by Ed GaudetThursday, September 15, 2011 - 4:07pm
Following the announcement that NHS Scotland had selected Imprivata to provide single sign-on for all of its health workers across Scotland, the Scottish Government has published an update to their e-health strategy for 2011-2017.
by Pieter-Jan BooneMonday, September 12, 2011 - 4:08pm
Today, a new partnership with PhoneFactor has been announced, offering a new way of authenticating to complement the broad range of existing authentication modalities supported by Imprivata OneSign and OneSign Anywhere. PhoneFactor is two-factor authentication working out-of-band, and requiring nothing but a regular phone.
by Ed GaudetFriday, September 9, 2011 - 4:10pm
To round out VMworld 2011 I wrote another guest blog for SearchHealthIT summarizing why I think healthcare has made a significant move into desktop virtualization in the last 12 months. Now that’s done, what about the next big thing? What about the cloud? The feeling this year was health care is still three years away from public cloud adoption. Are you seeing the same thing in your hospital? Do the VMworld trends match your IT priorities over the next 12 months? I’d love to hear your comments…
by Ed GaudetTuesday, September 6, 2011 - 4:12pm
VMworld was markedly different from a healthcare IT point of view this year. I wrote a guest blog for HealthITExchange summarizing a few of my thoughts which you can find here. Were you at VMworld this year? What was your impression?