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KLAS Study: SSO is a Game Changer

February 15, 2008
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A significant percentage of provider organizations using single sign-on technology in their facilities reported improvements in clinician workflow and satisfaction, according to a study by Orem-Utah-based KLAS.

The results were announced in an inaugural study of the driving forces involved in selection and adoption of SSO. One of the biggest factors in successful implementation of SSO, says KLAS, resulted from educating the end-users about its functionality.

The report explores healthcare providers’ opinions about vendor offerings for both SSO and context management. Products included in this study are Fusion by Carefx, Encentuate Single Sign-On, Imprivata OneSign Single Sign-On, Novell SecureLogin and Sentillion Vergence Single Sign-on.



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