Why Optimal IdM Is Vital for Protecting Patient Data
Many patients expect personalized care and holistic practices that utilize the latest technology, telemedicine and partner data. The patient is always the priority, so identity protection is vital. The foundation of medical practice security relies on implementing strategic healthcare IAM software. Explore some of the essential elements of medical cybersecurity Optimal IdM can assist with.
Enhancing Customer Security
A recent report found that 70% of medical security breaches targeted demographic or financial data instead of only medical information. With an increase in digital health records, healthcare organizations must continually evolve their thinking as to how to keep patient data safe. At Optimal IdM, our IAM healthcare strategy enables medical practices to protect sensitive information across multiple environments. Our secure production environments use multifactor identification and ensure only system administrators have access to patient information.
Streamlining Employee Workflows
The healthcare industry is subject to continuous changes. That means your organization needs a healthcare identity and access management solution that streamlines workflows while empowering employees to handle external pressures. By implementing Optimal IdM’s software solutions into your medical practice, you can effectively handle tasks such as access-related activity, managing an active directory and ongoing employee changes or transfers.
Reducing Cost and Risk
A 2022 report found that healthcare data breaches cost $10.10 million on average, which is a higher expense than any other industry faces. Protecting personal health information is vital for your practice. At Optimal IdM, we pride ourselves on providing cost-effective solutions and combining all your information into one program for enhanced security. We also offer a unified member database to enable your practice to save money while increasing operational efficiency.
Increase Productivity & Lower IT Expense with Single Sign-On (SSO)
With SSO, users can use one set of credentials to log into all of their employer’s systems. Users are saved from having to remember multiple sets of credentials, and the IT desk is saved from hours of work resetting passwords each day. Because users don’t have to remember passwords, they also don’t have to write them on paper or share them with coworkers, and that reduces the chances of an insider attack. Learn more