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Are You EPCS Ready? The National Compliance Deadline is Less than Two Years Away
On October 24, 2018, President Trump signed into law the “
The top five takeaways from the 2018 Gartner Identity and Access Management Summit
1. IAM is a continuous process and not a one-time configure-and-forget project.
The importance and impact of patient matching
For decades, the healthcare industry has struggled with accurately linking a patient’s health data within and across health systems — an activity known as pa
‘Reference Architecture’ guide helps customers implement Imprivata OneSign Single Sign-On with Epic systems
We know how time-consuming it can be to identify various types of clinical workflows within a healthcare organization and then deploy technology securely wit
Imprivata for Community Connect offers a cost-saving and secure solution for Great Plains Health
To help streamline workflows for healthcare organizations who use Epic Community Connect, Imprivata developed
10 most common HIPAA violations and solutions
Enacted into law in 1996, the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) includes five sections detailing data privacy and security provisio
The Broad Impact of Unique Patient Identifiers
Originally published by Just Associates
How to improve patient care starting at registration
Wait times across all types of healthcare settings averaged nearly 19 minutes in 2017, according to a Vitals2 study.
Getting authentication right – considerations for medical device security
Drivers such as HIPAA compliance, general PHI privacy, and concerns around unauthorized use have led to increased regulations for medical device security.
What is access provisioning in IAM?
Every year, hundreds of thousands of protected healthcare information (PHI) records are compromised, sometimes in one incident.
Why an identity governance program is important in healthcare
Controlling and securing access to protected health information (PHI) is one of the mos
Mass lawmakers embrace electronic prescribing of controlled substances
Massachusetts lawmakers recently passed legislation that requires providers and pharmacies to switch to electronic prescribing of opioid medication by 2020,
Avoiding common security and compliance workarounds for medical devices
Security concerns continue to grow for healthcare organizations as systems integrate new technologies and as electronic patient health information (PHI) prol
Regulatory recommendations and considerations for medical device security
With the rise in adoption of new technology in the healthcare industry, robust, network-connected medical devices are rapidly becoming critical tools used du
The Duplicate Disconnect
Originally published by Just Associates Reality and Perception Rarely Match When it comes to Duplicate Rates
Palm vein biometrics solution ensures positive patient identification and reduces duplicate medical records at University of Utah Health
As a 700-bed healthcare system that provides care to patients in six states encompassing more than 10 percent of the continental United States, University of
The U.S. House of Representatives passes The EPCS Act
On June 19, the U.S.
The clinician’s important role in IT decision making
Healthcare IT teams are constantly striving to introduce innovative technologies across their organizations securely and in a way that does not hinder clinic
Big Retail, U.S. Congress embrace EPCS in growing push to require E-prescribing for opioids
As the opioid epidemic continues to impact people and communities across the U.S., both private and public sector leaders are increasingly embracing
Unlocking mobility in healthcare with mobile device access: A Q&A with Clinical Workflow Specialist Claire Reilly RN MSc