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Imprivata and Emerging Global Technologies partner to bring innovative Digital Identity technology to Healthcare Providers in the Middle East
Complementary solution stacks will address the needs of the expanding Middle East healthcare sector, and meet international and local standards
You are cordially invited to the upcoming FairWarning Texas User Group Meeting. Join industry peers in an engaging, high-level conversation about best practices to improve privacy and security. We are excited to have you participate in this networking opportunity, hosted by Zoom.
Starting April 5, 2021, healthcare entities are required to abide by a specific rule set forth in the 21st Century Cures Act on Interoperability, Information Blocking, and ONC Health IT Certification. This rule gives patients the right to electronically access all of their electronic health information (EHI).
Doctors and nurses can only provide effective care if they know the correct treatment to provide. Patient identification deals with this issue while avoiding the requirement that patients provide exhaustive identification every time they seek any type of medical care.
Imprivata is proud to be an Identity Management Champion for the first annual Identity Management Day, recognized on April 13, 2021. This day of awareness is designed to educate business leaders, IT decision makers, and the general public about the importance of managing and securing digital identities.
Join Wes Wright, CTO at Imprivata, as he talks with healthsystemCIO Editor-in-Chief, Anthony Guerra, about pandemic realities like quickly adding access and privileges; tracking these entitlements; and accelerating security. Select the interview format that you prefer – Watch, Read, or Listen
The COVID-19 pandemic profoundly impacted healthcare delivery organizations. Many HDOs were forced to quickly scale-up telehealth initiatives and remote-care options with little planning or notice. And many non-clinical employees (IT staff, financial personnel, marketing professionals, etc.) were forced to work from home—practically overnight.