Identity management in healthcare is essential for protecting the personal health data of patients. As most healthcare organizations are employing digital methods (EMRs) for protecting the patient data, identity management is playing a critical role by preventing the possibilities of unauthorized access. In most of the healthcare organizations today, identity access management is considered as one of the established approaches to data protection and IT security.
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Clinicians and other personnel execute digital transactions multiple times per shift, every day. Most of these transactions involve highly-sensitive data, such as patients’ protected health information (PHI).
Unless you control access to these resources, your healthcare organization is vulnerable to cybersecurity attacks that can harm your patients, reputation, and bottom line. That's why managing digital identities is critical to protecting both the patients and organization.
During this virtual discussion, Wes Wright, chief technology officer at Imprivata, will dive deeper into what's at stake if your organization isn't properly monitoring who is accessing sensitive information, and how to improve monitoring efforts.
Key Learning Points:
How to gauge whether your organization is adequately monitoring employees' interactions with sensitive data.
Strategies to manage digital identities, meaning who is authorized to access what data and for what reasons.
DEA regulations generally allow hospitals and clinics (as well as CSPs and CAs) to remotely conduct the identity proofing necessary to issue EPCS authentication credentials to individual and institutional practitioners. Hear real-world implementations of remote identity proofing scenarios to ensure you can complete the identity proofing requirements for EPCS in an efficient and compliant manner.
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