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New features in our latest privileged access security releases: Enhancing connectivity and security
Imprivata releases new privileged access security features to streamline connections, bolster security, and enhance user experience.
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Improving adoption of open interoperability standards
The Government’s April 2018 Policy paper on the principles of Open Standards rightly asserts that “Open Standards are one of the most powerful tools we h
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What are the major currents shaping the future of healthcare in the UK?
As the next general election approaches, there is change on the horizon – but also reduced certainty and a lack of focus from politicians on detailed del
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Critical Insights into the Healthcare Sector’s State of Digital Transformation and Cybersecurity Preparedness
Imprivata survey at DMEA 2024 conference reveals progress in identity management and challenges of KHZG and NIS2 Directive preparedness.
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The healthcare sectors in Canada and the UK are facing similar workforce pressures – can ambient AI provide rapid solutions?
Cindy Fedell, Regional Chief Information Officer, Northwestern Ontario Hospitals in Canada, with her 7+ years experience in the NHS in the North of Engla
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Updates to Imprivata customer and vendor privileged access management solutions enhance connectivity, control, and visibility
Imprivata has released the latest versions of its customer and vendor privileged access management solutions.
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Great healthcare provision is dependent on great IT. How can we support and develop the informatics professionals needed to deliver the solutions?
As the healthcare sector increasingly depends on the successful deployment of technology, Andrew Griffiths, CEO of
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Rewired Reflections – Empowering the frontline with involvement and education
Back from another hectic and vibrant Digital Health Rewired event, and there is a lot to reflect on.
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Risky processes, uncontrolled access, and frustrated clinicians: Tales from the frontlines with Claire Reilly, RN MSc
Healthcare organizations across the globe experience obstacles that block technology ROI and hinder patient care. This blog post explores many of the unnecessary difficulties faced by a typical hospital participating in our Clinical Solution Assessment engagements.
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Productivity and patient care: New research on mobile device programmes in healthcare
New research illuminates the challenges faced by IT, IT security staff, and clinicians in healthcare. The data highlights the need for stronger strategies and more robust mobile capabilities to improve security, user experience, and productivity.
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Mobile device strategies can make or break an organisation: New data on the challenges of enterprise-owned mobility programs
The cost of implementing an enterprise-owned mobile device program can be staggering.
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Imprivata guest blog – Jocelyn Palmer
Pragmatic solutions to complex problems improve patient careJocelyn Palmer, Programme Director for OneLondon, discusses the challenges and succe
Digital health rewired
Imprivata shares key company and customer highlights driven by healthcare’s most comprehensive digital identity portfolio built for the NHS
Digital Health Rewired, 12 – 14 March 2024Hall 8, NEC, Birmingham, Stand No: F16
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Patient misidentification is a huge problem, and biometric technology holds the solution
Patient misidentification is on the rise and can have deadly consequences. Find out more about this problem, and why facial biometrics are the solution.
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Partially offboarded healthcare employees: Risks and remedies
Failure to properly offboard employees exposes healthcare organisations to serious security risks. Learn about these risks and how to avoid them with identity governance.
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The 3 key things I’d ask of any new Secretary of State for Health and Social Care
Since the Conservatives came into government in May, 2010 there have been 8 changes in Secretary of State for Health – and with a General Election rapidly ap
Dylan Roberts
How data enables transitioning to the digital health platforms of the future
Data held independently to applications is the bedrock on which future healthcare systems will be built – and we’re already starting in Wales.
Mobile ROI
Three reasons you're struggling to achieve a return on your mobile investments
Improve your ROI on mobile investments by understanding three of the most common factors to cause a decrease in returns: inventory shrinkage, workflow fr
Emma Arrowsmith
Silence is golden – when technology works we don’t hear about it.
Emma Arrowsmith, Digital Matron, County Durham and Darlington NHS Foundation Trust, discusses driving innovation and digital adoption in the NHS.
Adrian Byrne
Helping NHS Boards understand the benefits of (and the need for) ongoing investment in technology
Today’s healthcare provision is almost totally dependent on technology – that’s why NHS leaders need to continue to see the value in IT investments to ke