8 July 2022
12:30 - 13:30
When it comes to integrated care, digital is an enabler. Physical smartcards and readers used to be the only answer – but now, you can ensure streamlined, secure access to NHS Spine-enabled applications with just a password.
A digital quick win for your ICS strategy
By combining NHS Spine access with convenient two-factor authentication, Imprivata OneSign® Spine Combined Workflow Plus with virtual smartcard – an assured solution developed in partnership with NHS Digital – increases clinicians’ productivity, allowing them to focus more on patient care and less on technology.
Listen into this highly informative webinar. Angela Hopton, ICT System Support Services Manager at South Tees Hospitals NHS FT, and Tamsin Elwood, Chief Nursing Information Officer at East & North Hertfordshire NHS FT, will join Imprivata experts to share their recent experiences of Imprivata OneSign Spine Combined Workflow Plus Virtual SmartCard. Benefits include:
- Saving clinicians 45 minutes per shift
- Streamline clinical workflows and simplify NHS Spine access
- Promote patient data security and information governance
- Simplifying set up of new users
- Reducing smartcard production costs
Find out how Imprivata Virtual Smartcard can streamline your clinical workflows at the point of care.
ICT System Support Services Manager •Registration Authority
South Tees Hospitals NHS FT
Chief Nursing Information Officer (CNIO)
East and North Hertfordshire NHS Trust
Sr. Solutions Marketing & Enablement Manager • Marketing
Principal Product Manager • Product Management
24 June 2022 @ 09:26
Will all patient data and clinical information remain totally secure within the NHS only and not available to Imprivata?
29 June 2022 @ 17:26
Imprivata solutions do not interact with or store any patient or clinical data, they facilitate access to the devices and applications that do. Our solutions are also fully owned by the Trust and deployed within the Trust’s infrastructure and therefore not accessible by ourselves.
I hope that answers your question.
22 June 2022 @ 14:01
Imprivata is a US owned company and 70% of its users are US based. What measures have had to be implemented for gdpr and dpa implications, and are there uk based platforms that could be used?
29 June 2022 @ 17:20
Our solutions are fully owned and maintained by the NHS Trusts that use them and we do not hold any data ourselves, it is all held and managed by NHS Trusts on their own infrastructure. Imprivata is based in the US but we have a UK business and a large team here who have been supporting the NHS for over 10 years. We maintain all necessary measures around GDPR, DPA as required for us to work with the NHS. I hope that answers your questions.