Press for Imprivata
Imprivata®, the leader in secure access and collaboration for healthcare, today announced the Imprivata Developer Program (IDP), created to enable seamless integration of any third party software or hardware with Imprivata OneSign. The new program allows vendors to quickly add No Click Access™ capabilities to their solutions, incorporating strong authentication and single sign-on into streamlined clinical workflows.
Imprivata, the leader in secure access and collaboration solutions for healthcare, today announced Imprivata CorText™, the first texting application designed by physicians, for physicians, in collaboration with acute care hospitals. Until now, strict security regulations surrounding protected health information (PHI) have precluded healthcare providers – and patients – from the benefits of quick, convenient data sharing via text. Imprivata CorText has been developed as the result of strong demand from within Imprivata's base of 900 healthcare customers and is built on technology and intellectual property acquired from Validus Medical Systems in 2011.
Imprivata®, the leader in secure access and collaboration for healthcare, will share the success of its No Click Access™ solutions to roaming desktops, applications and devices throughout the show floor at the upcoming HIMSS Conference in Las Vegas, February 20-24. Clinical and IT leadership from leading healthcare organizations will deliver on-site presentations and answer questions about providing fast, secure access to patient information in order to help providers enhance care delivery. Show attendees can directly experience the simplicity and productivity benefits of Imprivata No Click Access™ solutions on a broad range of operating systems, virtual desktops, displays and mobile devices including Microsoft Windows, Apple Mac OS X, VMware View™, Citrix XenDesktop® and XenApp™, Samsung Cloud Station, Wyse Thin and Zero Clients, and Apple iPad.
Imprivata®, the leader in secure access and collaboration for healthcare, today announced that in 2011 the company saw growth of 49 percent year-over-year, with an impressive 103 percent increase in revenue coming from the healthcare industry. The substantial growth can be attributed to the accelerated adoption of Electronic Health Records (EHRs) as facilities sharpen their focus on meeting Meaningful Use deadlines, as well as pressure from an increasingly mobile workforce for fast and secure access to Protected Health Information (PHI) on any electronic device. As a result, demand for Imprivata OneSign single sign-on and access management solutions has been on a steep rise in an industry that must balance security with care provider productivity.