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Single Sign-on Increases Security in Healthcare IT

By Skylar Hinrichs | June 22, 2016

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For many people, single sign-on (SSO) is just an easy way to replace dozens of passwords with one login, freeing time and increasing productivity. However, SSO can also help increase security, comply with privacy regulations and speed workflow.

There are many benefits to single sign-on that apply to healthcare organizations well beyond the consolidation of passwords and facilitation of application login. Today's SSO technologies can enhance overall security for users. With centralized identity management included in many modern SSO platforms, IT departments can enforce security policies, manage users and oversee their specific cloud accounts all from one location.

Phynd’s single sign-on technology provides clients with a Unified Provider Management (UPM) Platform that enables healthcare organizations to unify, manage and securely share essential provider information across all of their core IT systems.

We’d love to show you a more in-depth demo of just how Phynd UPM’s SSO technology can work in your health system!

Topics: Privacy, Modern Infrastructure, Single sign-on, Passwords

Skylar Hinrichs

Written by Skylar Hinrichs

Since graduating with his marketing degree, Skylar has gained years of expertise in engaging potential clients and introducing solutions to healthcare-specific problems. When he's not in the office, he still enjoys learning about different internet marketing tactics and strategies.

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