Press for Imprivata

Today at VMworld® 2011, Imprivata and Teradici announced availability of enhancements to Teradici PCoIP® firmware and Imprivata OneSign® software that will for the first time provide integration and interoperability of PC-over-IP (PCoIP) zero client devices with authentication management and single sign-on software. The integrated solution enables PCoIP zero client vendors, including industry leaders Cisco, Dell, LG, Samsung and Wyse, to support user authentication technologies such as a proximity badges. Healthcare providers that deploy these new zero clients with VMware View and OneSign Virtual Desktop Access (VDA) can fully realize the cost and workflow efficiency benefits of desktop virtualization, increase clinician satisfaction and accelerate electronic medical records (EMR) adoption through No Click Access.

Imprivata® the #1 independent single sign-on (SSO) and access management provider for healthcare and other regulated industries, announced today that 12 more organizations running Siemens Healthcare solutions have selected Imprivata OneSign®. Danbury Hospital, El Centro Regional Medical Center, Touro Infirmary and St. Nikolaus-Hospital Eupen are just a few of the hospitals that have recently purchased Imprivata OneSign to improve clinician productivity and secure patient data. While Imprivata was quick to become a force within the Siemens community, with customers such as Alegent Health, Henry County Memorial Hospital, ValleyCare Health System, WakeMed Health and Hospitals, and Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital deploying OneSign early on to help speed EMR adoption, the recent drive towards optimization of EMRs for clinician efficiency is resulting in a marked increase in the company’s business.

NHS Scotland has confirmed a purchase of a single sign-on and password reset (SSO/PR) solution to improve access to health systems, increase productivity and enhance data security for health workers across Scotland. The solution from Imprivata will provide No Click Access™ to the many patient systems that run in hospitals and health communities across Scotland.

Imprivata, Inc., the #1 single sign-on (SSO) and authentication management company for healthcare and other regulated industries, is helping agencies meet the Homeland Security Presidential Directive 12 (HSPD-12) mandate deadline by aiding in the implementation of a single, comprehensive access policy that allows or denies network access based on a user’s physical location, role, and/or employee status.