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Aligning healthcare information security with physical safety

April 6, 2017

Aligning healthcare information security with physical safety involves different departments with different roles and responsibilities, according to an article on the Security Info Watch website.

To address these challenges, administrators are changing how they use trusted identities with mobile devices and smart card technologies.  

Many healthcare facilities are adopting a seamless identity management experience.

They are using a combination of multifactor authentication and automated visitor management systems in the hospital, along with secure proof-of-presence solutions for documenting and verifying healthcare delivery in the home. 

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