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Imprivata, a leading digital identity company for health care providers. Imprivata is supplying critical technology to support hospitals and health care providers across the country while they are combatting COVID-19.

In this unprecedented time, Imprivata’s IT solutions allow health care providers to work and see patients remotely and access, communicate and exchange patient information in a secure way. Additionally, Imprivata is helping to limit the spread of COVID-19 by providing hospitals with cutting-edge exposure tracing tools. Here are some of the ways Imprivata is supporting health care providers during this time:

  • Work-From-Home SecurityAn increasing number of health care professionals are working remotely and relying on Imprivata to provide secure remote network access so they can continue to do their jobs. To help hospital customers manage this new environment, Imprivata is licensing its enterprise multifactor authentication solution for remote access free of charge. 
  • Virtual Visits In an effort to isolate COVID-19 infections, hospitals are implementing rigid visitation policies that prevent family members and friends from physically seeing their loved ones who are being treated. The result is long periods of isolation for patients. Imprivata is helping hospitals virtually connect patients with their families by offering its GroundControl lifecycle management platform free of charge. The solution allows patients to communicate privately while ensuring that a patient’s sensitive data is removed from the device before it is used again.
  • TelehealthTo help flatten the curve, hospitals are limiting provider contact with COVID-19 patients. Imprivata is helping hospitals use iPads to conduct on-site telehealth sessions and manage interactions with isolated patients, while keeping up with new patient inflows.  As a result, hospitals are able to save on clinician time and safety limit personal protective equipment use to only the most essential interactions.
  • Exposure TracingWith many hospitals operating over capacity, doctors and nurses need to know who may have had exposure to a patient with COVID-19. Hospitals like Yale New Haven Health are using Imprivata’s location analytics software to identify where and when providers accessed workstations in different patient care zones. This allows hospitals to accurately track and identify providers who may have been exposed to the virus and take necessary action.

You can see more details on what Imprivata is doing to help the health care community during the COVID-19 pandemic on the COVID-19 section on the Imprivata website (https://www.imprivata.com/covid-19):

We could not be prouder of Imprivata and the work it is doing to help health care providers navigate this new clinical environment.  Thank you, Imprivata!