Enabling healthcare organizations along their mobile journeys
Ensuring the proper balance of security and efficiency, both from technology and user management standpoints, is critical to the successful adoption of mobility initiatives in healthcare.
Imprivata Mobile, an active component of the Imprivata digital identity framework, helps customers manage this complexity by leveraging the trusted digital identity of shared mobile devices and users to deliver a comprehensive, end-to-end mobile provisioning and identity and access management solution that helps organizations optimize their mobile strategies. Imprivata Mobile delivers automated device provisioning, secure device checkout, and fast, secure access for users, helping customers unlock the full potential of shared mobile devices by ensuring a fast, efficient workflow while improving security and auditability.
With Imprivata Mobile healthcare organizations can experience end-to-end management for their mobile initiatives including:
Zero-effort, automated device provisioning
Cloud-based device management
Inventory management and loss prevention
Privacy for patient-used devices
Improved security for shared-use devices
Effortless access to devices and applications
Better device experience for users
Imprivata Mobile Vision
Aaron Freimark, VP of Product Strategy discusses Imprivata's Mobile vision and how mobile is now a crucial component of healthcare IT strategy
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Device lifecycle managementLearn more
Reduce the complexity of mobile initiatives and save time implementing new technology by remotely managing, personalizing, and updating devices at scale.
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Provide secure, effortless access to mobile devices and applications for trusted users.
The Imprivata digital identity framework for healthcare
Imprivata Mobile contributes across the Imprivata digital identity framework through: governance and administration, including reporting on clinical staff access to mobile devices and applications; authorization, and the enforcement of policies for accessing protected data; and authentication and access such as single sign-on into mobile clinical applications and shared provider devices.