Imprivata Proximity Card and Fingerprint Readers
What they are
Imprivata Proximity Card and Fingerprint Readers are authentication devices that clinicians use as part of their Imprivata OneSign® solutions to gain No Click Access™ to their desktops, clinical applications, and patient data. The final piece in OneSign Authentication Management and Single Sign-On solutions, Imprivata Readers are the only devices fully certified with Imprivata OneSign and supported by Imprivata.
Why they matter
Imprivata Readers, combined with Imprivata OneSign, give care providers faster, easier and more secure ways to access their clinical applications and patient records. With these devices, doctors and nurses no longer need to repetitively type in their user names and passwords. Instead, they simply tap their badge or swipe their fingerprint to gain instant access, delivering significant time savings for every clinician, every shift.
For hospital IT teams, Imprivata Readers reduce complexity and simplify management by creating a single source for purchase, support and maintenance. They support a broad range of card types and provide the ability to support multiple card types on a single reader. Imprivata Fingerprint readers are available in a FIPS compliant model to meet the requirements for Electronic Prescribing for Controlled Substances (EPCS).
For hospital IT teams and clinical staffs, Imprivata Readers provide the following benefits.
- Fully tested and certified for Imprivata OneSign compatibility
- Extended warranty provides two-year coverage with expedited replacement
- Delivered by the same expert team that supports all OneSign solutions
- Fast replacement service in the event of hardware issues
- Programmable reader helps hospitals adapt to changing requirements
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