Secure, convenient identity-based access that protects patient data and the entire healthcare IT infrastructure
Unauthorized access to EHR systems leads to the theft and fraudulent use of sensitive patient data. EPCS and HIPAA compliance requires advanced security to these records.
Providers need secure, immediate access to data and clinical applications. When lives are at stake, there is no time for a password reset.
Many hospitals and clinics struggle with small security budgets. Taking care of security and compliance efforts is a must, but it also has to be affordable and easy to manage for IT.
Complete protection of healthcare IT infrastructure
DigitalPersona protects all endpoints used by medical clinicians and business staff using a wide range of selectable authentication factors. It integrates natively with Microsoft Active Directory infrastructure and industry-standard VDI, and solves for compliance requirements that healthcare providers face today.
Strengthen security around ePHI
Healthcare organizations need the flexibility to select and deploy contextually appropriate authentication security factors, whenever and wherever needed. With DigitalPersona, system administrators can deploy and manage customizable authentication security schemes on the fly, choosing from an array of factor types including fingerprint swipe, keystroke input and one-time password.
Deploy in days, with little to no disruption to an organization. Medical providers can leave passwords behind. DigitalPersona integrates into existing IT infrastructure and offers native support for Active Directory, Azure AD, and Office 365.
Integration with core healthcare applications
Hospitals and healthcare organizations can deploy strong multi-factor authentication to access systems and applications including Allscripts, CareFusion, Cerner Millennium, Epic, GE Centricity, Kronos, McKesson, Meditech, Pyxis, QuadraMed, Softlab and more.
Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) Compliance
Strict standards for policy-based access control and two-factor or multi-factor authentication for access to ePHI.
Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Compliance
A mandate establishing a fine and penalty structure related to violations and breaches associated with HIPAA compliance.
Electronic Prescriptions of Controlled Substances (EPCS) Compliance
A DEA regulation that requires the ability to provision user access and specifies the use of two-factor authentication to sign e-prescriptions.
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