Streamline clinical workflows and simplify EHR access
On average, care providers log in to workstations and applications 70 times a day, entering usernames and passwords each time. This tedious process frustrates providers, creates complexity, and obstructs patient care.
There’s a better way.
Imprivata OneSign, a key component of the Imprivata digital identity framework, delivers an end-to-end authentication and access management solution that brings together authentication, enterprise single sign-on (SSO), and virtual desktop roaming.
With Imprivata OneSign, healthcare organizations can:
Enable fast, secure access into on-premises or cloud applications for all users from any device, anywhere
Quickly and securely access patient information across every major EHR and clinical application, and through the industry's broadest thin and zero client support
Reduce the need for passwords, improve security, and support HIPAA compliance requirements
Save providers an average of 45 minutes per shift
An introduction to Imprivata OneSign
As the leading healthcare enterprise single sign-on and virtual desktop access platform, Imprivata OneSign secures PHI, increases clinicians' productivity by allowing them to focus more on patient care, and enables healthcare organizations to leverage the full benefits of their EHR and virtualization technology investments.
Explore the platform
Single sign-onLearn more
Streamline clinical workflows by removing the need to repeatedly enter usernames and passwords for access to applications and patient information.
Virtual desktop accessLearn more
Extend authentication management capabilities to roaming desktop sessions by integrating with leading virtualization platforms.
Imprivata understands that the right hardware, curated and tested to work seamlessly with Imprivata OneSign, helps to ensure the full realization of ROI potential at your organization.
The Imprivata digital identity framework for healthcare
Imprivata OneSign contributes broadly across the Imprivata digital identity framework through: governance and administration, including dashboards and reporting on clinical staff access to clinical workflows and patient data; authorization, and the enforcement of policies for accessing medical data; and authentication and access to enable SSO into healthcare applications over a multitude of endpoints including virtual desktops.