Shared mobile devices in healthcare

July 18, 2019

This paper reviews mobile healthcare opportunities and trends, explains some of the challenges mobile technology presents for IT and security teams, and describes the barriers and risks associated with traditional approaches to authenticating mobile device users. It summarizes the capabilities and benefits of a next-generation mobile authentication solution, and explains how Imprivata Mobile Device Access enables fast, secure access to clinical mobile devices and applications.

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UW Health is the academic medical center for the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health and includes UW Hospital and Clinics, American Family Children's Hospital, UW Carbone Comprehensive Cancer Center and UW Medical Foundation in Madison, Wisconsin.

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