In an effort to make healthcare delivery more efficient and effective everything from lab results and prescriptions to patient health records is moving to an electronic state. For providers and vendors alike, the proliferation of internal and patient-facing technology requires a shift in thinking, primarily in regard to user identities. It’s no longer enough to simply know which users have access to an organization’s healthcare IT systems; all users, providers, administrative staff and patients, must be equipped with secure, trusted identities.
Regulations requiring and recommending multi-factor authentication and secure digital identities for patients and providers are also stacking up. DEA EPCS, ONC’s Shared Nationwide Interoperability Roadmap, HIMSS’ Identity Management Task Force recommendations, White House’s Precision Medicine Initiative, and the list goes on.
If your healthcare organization still relies on static insecure usernames and passwords, read this white paper to understand why this risky practice should no longer be acceptable. Discover technologies and solutions that can help you eliminate provider, vendors and patient data susceptibility to breaches and privacy concerns.
You will learn more about:
- Regulations and Cyber Risk
- Critical Tools for Enabling Digital Identities and Identity Access Management
- Factors to Consider When Evaluating Security and IAM Vendors
- The Future of Digital Identities in Healthcare
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