Imprivata has bested the competition in KLAS Research’s latest Best in KLAS report. The Best in KLAS report is designed to recognize healthcare IT solutions that actually lead to better patient care, and is based on the feedback of thousands of healthcare professionals who use those technologies in their day-to-day operations.
Imprivata was specifically recognized for its identity and access management suite, which helps streamline clinical workflows while still delivering a high level of security. For example, the company’s OneSign offering is a single sign-on solution that lets healthcare providers use fingerprint or badge authentication to gain access to corporate workstations and applications, while its Password AutoFill solution allows workers to type in passwords more quickly.
In doing so, Imprivata helps clinics consolidate their records, and ensures that doctors and nurses have access to key patient documents at the point of care. The company’s solutions performed well across multiple categories in the KLAS evaluation, producing a strong overall score while also receiving high marks for customer experience. In that regard, Imprivata can help improve an organization’s culture, operations, and product, while creating more value and building stronger relationships for patients and healthcare professionals alike.
“The Best in KLAS award serves as a signal to provider and payer organizations that they should expect excellence from the winning vendors,” said KLAS CEO Adam Gale.
“Our customers are at the forefront in delivering quality patient care and require technology partners who are in-step to deliver alongside these values,” added Imprivata CEO Gus Malezis. “Our identity and access management solutions are more important than ever as cyber risks continue to rise and clinicians face burnout, helping them to securely access the data and applications they need while spending more time with patients.”
Imprivata picked up a 2021 Fortress Cyber Security Award back in July. The company has since acquired Xton technologies to allow healthcare administrators to set different access privileges for different people within their organization, and brought its Confirm ID and OneSign solutions to the Microsoft Azure platform to support remote and on-premises cloud applications.
February 14, 2022 – by Eric Weiss