Despite a slight decline in SSO customer satisfaction ratings over the past two years, providers generally report the technology to be a valuable purchase, especially related to workflow simplification, according to new KLAS report, “Single Sign-On: To Identity Management and Beyond.” Imprivata took the lead with a score of 83.6 out of 100, followed by Microsoft (83.2) and HealthCast (82.4). Carefx and Novell are also highlighted in this report. Addendum information is included for IBM, Passlogix and FairWarning.
PODCAST: One-on-One w/Microsoft Health Solutions Corporate VP Peter Neupert
Microsoft’s movement into healthcare has been slow, deliberate and fascinating. With products that now range from a PHR platform (HealthVault) to single-sign-functionality (Sentillion) to an information aggregation and analysis system (Amalga), the company is strategically picking up pieces of the healthcare continuum. But while Microsoft offers an HIS outside the United States, it says there […]