Secure, role-based provisioning
Managing the joiner/mover/leaver process
Provisioning and de-provisioning involves coordinating the creation and deletion of user accounts, password management, and email authorisations. When done correctly, provisioning encompasses the entire lifecycle, including changing roles and retiring user accounts across all systems.
Imprivata Identity Governance is an end to end solution with precise, role based access controls enabled with automated provisioning and de-provisioning. It manages identity roles and entitlements over the complete user lifecycle. Imprivata Identity Governance provisioning and de-provisioning capabilities, supported by robust, proven integrations with HR solutions such as ServiceNow, enables organisations to:
Streamline provisioning processes and move from manual to automated
Enable secure day one access to systems and applications, both on premises and in the cloud
Free up IT staff by providing self-service portals
Role-based access controls and clinical provisioning
Role-based access controls help to enforce access and entitlement policies for any organisation. Administrators can enable and fully control access policies by leveraging user roles. These grant access to the systems and applications that employees need to do their jobs and care for their patients. This ensures that security policies and access rights are automatically enforced, while also decreasing the time it takes to onboard a new user to a few minutes.
Reduce IT costs by automating identity management
Imprivata Identity Governance helps to reduce IT costs by automating identity management processes. It replaces the cumbersome, slow, and error prone manual task of administering user accounts for clinical and non-clinical systems. Teams can quickly remove access rights from inactive users and minimise password reset pains through self-service password management. This frees up service desk resources to focus on high priority tasks.
Remove barriers for end users
Organisations that use Imprivata Identity Governance are able to increase the productivity of their clinical staff through automated, role based access and self-service account management. Clinicians gain fast, secure access to new clinical and non-clinical applications as they are introduced by IT. This helps them focus less on security barriers and more on delivering quality patient care.
User identity governance
Generate simple, straightforward responses to internal and external governance audit requests and minimise the potential for unauthorised access using role based access control workflows. Facilitate rapid de-provisioning of employees from hospital systems, including EHR and other sensitive clinical applications as well.