Why Purpose-Built Identity and Access Management is Critical to Solving Healthcare’s Increasingly
Complex Security, Compliance, and Workflow Challenges
As healthcare organizations continue to shift to value-based care and evolve as modern digital enterprises, the care delivery ecosystem is rapidly changing. Today’s healthcare ecosystem includes a more extensive population of users, the number and types of devices from which users are accessing information is constantly growing, and applications are being delivered and accessed in a variety of different ways, including through virtual desktops, mobile applications, and from the cloud.
In this new ecosystem, organizations must establish trusted identities across a complex network of people, technology, and information. With focus on trusted digital identity and robust identity and access management (IAM) capabilities, organizations can optimize processes and technologies to solve critical workflow, security, and compliance challenges. They can give users secure access to the applications, devices, and information they need, anywhere and anytime they need it.
However, there are unique considerations and challenges in healthcare that impact IAM decisions, including healthcare’s unique ecosystem of users, devices, and applications, industry-specific regulations, and, very importantly, the need to balance security with efficiency for clinical staff.
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