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What’s the value of time for your nursing staff?
With the overwhelming majority of direct patient care in the US being delivered by nurses, their time in caring for patients is at a premium. And as the heaviest and most frequent users of the EHR, they’re also the most susceptible to losing time based on repeated EHR access.
A recent study published in the Journal of Nursing Administration quantifies the amount of time liberated for nurses to care for patients with the use of a single sign-on (SSO) application. Conducted across 19 facilities of Christus Health, the study found that “across all 19 facilities where SSO was implemented, the value of nurse time liberated from keyboard per year is $990,128.”
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Imprivata OneSign has reduced the time it takes clinicians to access electronic medical records and other data, reducing waste time by 45 minutes per shift. We calculated this equates to a cost savings of $112 per week per clinician, giving us an 11 week ROI.
As we added applications and users, the time savings were compounded. An individual clinician can recover up to 30 minutes of productive time each day using single sign-on. We estimate that we save the equivalent of a Full Time Employee’s time each day using OneSign.
Previously, the clinicians had to log in and start the applications, which could take up to a minute. Now, they can get to their complete desktop in thirty seconds.
The recognized SSO solution
Imprivata OneSign, the leading single sign-on and virtual desktop access platform for healthcare, has been named Category Leader in the Single Sign-On (SSO) category of the 2019 Best in KLAS: Software & Services report.
“Category Leaders are committed to providing the very best technology, service, and guidance to providers and payers,” said KLAS President Adam Gale. “The Category Leader award carries with it the voice of thousands of providers and payers, highlighting outstanding vendors who have raised the bar.”