Wednesday, March 16, 2016 - 10:00 am PT | 12:00 pm |1:00 pm ET
Registration Link - http://www2.quantumsecure.com/l/20202/2016-02-22/yrvby2
Managing patients, visitors, contractors and vendors in healthcare facilities from the time they enter the facility until the time they leave is an immense challenge. Each of these identity types come with complex and ever-changing access requirements. In addition, most healthcare facilities manage access and terminations of these identities across a very complex environment with disparate systems that have no level of integration.
As a healthcare security professional, you can no longer afford to continue employing the inefficient methods of the past, utilizing manual processes with physical security and logical security existing in siloed environments. To meet today’s challenges healthcare security professionals need to adopt a centralized, streamlined approach to identity management and security access—one that brings together your existing HR, IT, and physical security infrastructure.
However, adopting this approach can be a daunting prospect. Having to assess your needs, review and select a solution, getting approval from multiple stakeholders and implementing a physical identity and access management solution can seem overwhelming. Given the choice between adopting a new approach to managing your identity and access challenges vs. maintaining the status quo by doing nothing – nothing seems like the easier choice. But, is it? What is the real cost to your organization if you do nothing?
Join Quantum Secure for a FREE webinar with our experts where we will discuss common physical security challenges faced by healthcare security professionals and why doing nothing to solve them may be more costly to your organization than adopting a streamlined, automated approach.
Key areas of discussion you don’t want to miss:
- Security challenges faced by healthcare facilities due to the presence of identities with varying risk profiles
- Key healthcare compliance requirements (HIPAA, The Joint Commission, OSHA, and CMS) and how they impact physical security and access management
- The centralized, streamlined approach to managing the access lifecycle of physical identities at healthcare institutions
- Common challenges in the healthcare environment and what it will cost your organization if you do nothing vs. adopting a centralized, streamlined approach