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Best Practices: Single Sign-On at The Johns Hopkins Hospital

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Clinical Case Study from imprivata

Faced with government mandates to implement clinical technologies for meaningful use, U.S. hospitals are struggling to manage the impact that EHR and Computerized Physician Order Entry (CPOE) implementations have had on provider and IT productivity, data and application security, and clinical operations. To address the productivity gap created by the introduction of EHR, providers are seeking technology such as single sign-on and continuous sessions that increase provider productivity by offering rapid, secure access to applications in a simple manner that is well suited to providers' mobile workflow.

This IDC Health Insights report examines the benefits that accrue from the best practices–based implementation of Single Sign-On.