Imprivata Mobile Device Access gives clinicians fast and secure access to eObservations using proximity badges and card readers, reducing the need for passwords.
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The trust has launched three products from Imprivata to speed up access to medical devices and digitise the recording of patient vitals.
Introducing new systems, technology and ways of working can be fraught with uncertainty. Imprivata’s benefits realisation study is a process run before a major implementation to make sure it will deliver the benefits required.
St George’s Healthcare NHS Trust has virtualised 2500 desktops as part of a move to introduce more mobile access across the trust.
St Helens and Knowsley Health Informatics Service is implementing Imprivata’s single sign-on across its NHS organisations.
Luton and Dunstable Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has deployed a virtual desktop giving clinicians access to most of its systems across a range of devices.
East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust hopes to save up to 20 minutes of A&E doctors’ time per patient with the deployment of a clinical portal.
Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has implemented a remote access solution to lets staff access documents and emails when offsite.
Imprivata, a specialist in single sign-on technology, has launched its OneSign Secure Walk Away technology worldwide. The technology uses intelligent computer vision technology, active presence detection and user tracking to lock a workstation when the authorised user moves away and then provides instant re-authentication upon their return. Omar Hussain, president and chief executive of Imprivata, […]
George Eliot Hospital NHS Trust has become the latest to roll-out a single sign-on system from Imprivata. The implementation of OneSign has provided more than 700 of clinical staff with a single point of secure authentication, so they can access medical information – including laboratory pathology, radiology and PACS applications – using a single password. […]