Clinical services

Simplify secure clinical access to improve care delivery

Clinician engagement is the greatest influencing factor in the success or failure of a technology initiative. Our expert team ensures that your identity management solutions work as intended, with clinical workflows at their core.

Clinical Services capabilities

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Increase efficiency and productivity

Streamline workflows and decrease friction to enable faster work with the focus on high quality patient care

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Make security invisible

Create secure, technology-enabled workflows to drive clinical adoption of security controls

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Optimise your EPR, EPMA, VDI, and eObs

Unleash the potential of EPR apps and other key platforms by tuning your workflows by speciality and location

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Unlock the power of mobility

Streamline enterprise-owned Android and iOS devices for fast, secure access to apps and badge-tap check out

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Ensure best practices

Don’t re-invent the wheel. Benefit from lessons learned during thousands of deployments and optimisations, worldwide

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Prevent burnout and retain staff

Clinical expertise increases adoption and satisfaction, and enables staff to operate at the top of their skillset

Enable frictionless clinical workflows

Technology has become a key component to how care is delivered. Create a seamless experience to improve care quality, drive clinician productivity, and reduce burnout. Don’t be forced to choose between security and efficiency. Enable both.

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Meet our clinical team

Our world-class clinical team is here to support you along your digital identity journey.

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Sean Kelly, MD

Sean is a practicing emergency physician and Assistant Professor at Harvard Med School who helps doctors, nurses, staff, and patients get the premium healthcare digital identity technology they deserve.

Claire Reilly, RN MSc

With extensive Emergency Room and Health Informatics Leadership roles, Claire is passionate about driving end-user efficiencies that lead to higher adoption and improved security.

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Daniel Johnston, MRes, RN

Daniel’s experience spans health IT to clinical and R&D positions in NHS and Harvard University Hospitals. He is an active champion for the development of CNIO roles at national and European levels.

Jason Potts, PharmD, BCCCP

Jason is an experienced clinical pharmacist with an extensive background in clinical pharmacy and informatics, working in academic medical centers and community hospital systems.

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Pallavi Shettigar, RN, MBA

With over 15 years of experience in nursing and respiratory therapy, Pallavi is passionate about simplifying processes through technology to improve both clinician and patient experiences.

Megan Conover, MSN, RN

Megan is an RN with a master’s in nursing education. She has an extensive background in informatics and is passionate about helping clinicians find value, efficiency, and security from digital identity solutions.

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Meg Flynn, PharmD

With experiences ranging from academic medical centers to rural community pharmacies, Meg values leveraging technology to balance healthcare IT security for quality patient care.

Christina Berg, RN MHA

With experience as an ICU nurse to delivering on complex EPR implementations, Christina is a champion for optimising your EPR workflows to enhance clinical efficiency.

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Hear from our customers
Imprivata clinical and professional services save us at least one, and maybe two full-time resources and we free up existing resources to work on other matters.
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