Best Practices: Single Sign-On Drives Productivity, Security, and Adoption When Used with EHR at The Johns Hopkins Hospital
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The Johns Hopkins Hospital, a 1,059 bed hospital located in Baltimore, MD has been ranked number 1 in the nation by U.S News and World Report for 21 consecutive years. As an early adopter of EHR and other clinical IT applications, Johns Hopkins is often on the cutting-edge of medical technology.

This case study examines how Johns Hopkins Hospital implemented single sign-on technology to improve access to clinical applications while eliminating password confusion and time-wasting – all while meeting HIPAA requirements for access and authentication. Read now to learn how they did it. 

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