Fast, secure, role-based access to systems and applications
Designed and purpose-built for healthcare, and a major component of the Imprivata digital identity framework, Imprivata Identity Governance is an end-to-end solution with precise role-based access controls, automated provisioning and de-provisioning, streamlined auditing processes, and analytics that enable faster threat evaluation and remediation.
With Imprivata Identity Governance, healthcare organisations can:
- Reduce IT costs by replacing cumbersome, slow, and error-prone manual administration of the joiner/mover/leaver process
- Establish greater and more granular controls for adherence to security policies and regulatory guidelines
- Empower clinicians to deliver high-quality care while increasing their productivity
Imprivata Identity Governance overview
Securing and controlling access to confidential patient records is one of the most critical issues facing healthcare organisations today. But, due to the frequent influx of new users who need access to numerous applications with different permissions based on their job, securing patient health information and other sensitive data is no easy task.
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Secure, role-based provisioning
Provisioning and de-provisioning involves coordinating creation and deletion of user accounts, password management, and email authorisations.
Compliance, audit, and risk reporting
IT teams need to provision users for access into appropriate applications, but security teams must be able to ensure that users have the right level of access.
The Imprivata digital identity framework for healthcare
Imprivata Identity Governance contributes broadly across the Imprivata digital identity framework through: governance and administration, including dashboards and reporting on clinical staff access to clinical workflows and patient data; identity management, such as deep integration with EHRs across diverse healthcare roles; authorisation, accommodating the rapid role changes unique to healthcare; and authentication and access to enable day-one access for critical providers