|MEMPHIS, Tenn. & BOISE, Idaho -- Baptist Memorial Health Care Corporation (Baptist) of Memphis TN, regarded as one of the premier health care systems in the nation operating 15 hospitals throughout the Mid-South, is implementing HealthCast's eXactACCESS to meet HIPAA and JCAHO patient privacy and security regulations, while improving the speed, efficiency, and convenience with which their clinicians access and use critical patient information. After conducting an in-depth search that included live proof-of-concept demonstration(s), Baptist has selected HealthCast(R) Inc.'s eXactACCESS Single Sign-On and Clinical Workflow solution to meet its needs.
Barbara Anson, Director of Information Systems at Baptist, states, "To reinforce Baptist's leadership position, one of our goals is to strengthen, automate, and centrally manage security, data access, and identity management processes and simultaneously improve the workflow experience of our clinicians." Baptist chose HealthCast to help them do this because of its robust single sign-on solution (eXactACCESS), its extensive experience working with hospital legacy systems and challenging healthcare applications, its unique workflow solutions designed for shared workstation environments, and its flexible architecture to enable Baptist to add advanced authentication technologies, provisioning and patient context management when it wishes to do so. Robbin Holman, project manager, adds, "We believe that eXactACCESS provides a superior single sign-on and clinical workflow solution to meet Baptist's objectives."
"We are pleased to work with such a prestigious healthcare organization as Baptist to deploy eXactACCESS to meet their broad-based needs," says Joan Mehn, CEO of HealthCast. "eXactACCESS is designed specifically for caregivers, and does much more than other single sign-on products. Hospitals deploying eXactACCESS capture value in four distinct areas: simplified access management; clinical efficiencies through workflow enhancements such as role-based navigation; elimination of shared workstation bottlenecks that cause clinician frustration and inefficiencies; and improved regulatory compliance."