5 Ways Modern Identity is the Backbone of Digital Health Ecosystems
How Leaders from CDOs to CISOs Can Meet Digital Healthcare Requirements with Modern IAM
Modernize IAM for Differentiated Digital Health Ecosystem Services, Experiences, and Security
The adoption of digital technologies in healthcare has fostered an increasingly connected and sophisticated healthcare consumer. Patients and members want a convenient, centralized app to conduct and manage all of their healthcare services and data. They also want to tie their digital identities to wearable devices and digital services and to share data with their doctors, friends, family, and others.
In addition to the above, doctors and other medical workers seek out provider and payer organizations that offer user-friendly digital solutions that reduce friction, improve care outcomes, and make their lives easier.
Digital healthcare ecosystems are meant to address all of the above. If done well, they result in more informed care, streamlined operations, improved outcomes, differentiated business, and reduced costs. If done poorly, they create frustration, drain resources, force the need for manual processes, and increase security risks.
Unfortunately, most healthcare IT consists of homegrown and legacy identity and access management (IAM) solutions that weren't built to support today's digital health ecosystems. So, what can be done?
Read 5 Ways Modern Identity is the Backbone of Digital Health Ecosystems to learn:
- How healthcare leaders such as CDOs and CISOs can use modern IAM to meet their digital healthcare initiatives.
- Why current healthcare IT architectures are challenged to address today's digital health ecosystem requirements.
- Five ways modern IAM supports digital health ecosystem use cases.
- Specific modern identity features and capabilities and how they enable functionality within a health ecosystem.
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