IT in healthcare: How single sign-on is ensuring patient confidentiality
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With the Data Protection Registrar prepared to hand out fines for a data leak, today’s health care organisations are under more pressure than ever to [ensure the protection of sensitive patient data.]

Another factor perpetuating the need for improved security is the widespread adoption of electronic patient records (EPR). And the truth is, EPR cost savings and efficiency gains are worth little without the right protection.

This white paper from demonstrates how single sign-on technology is gaining popularity in today’s hospitals, delivering benefits like paving the way for multi-factor authentication, allowing systems administrators to revoke access quickly, and making it easier to demonstrate compliance. 

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