ENTERPRISE MULTI-PLATFORM SINGLE SIGN-ON
HealthCast’s award-winning eXactACCESS (‘XA’) is an enhanced single sign-on (‘SSO’) and clinical workflow solution that automates fast and secure access to patient information. XA’s stateless architecture supports speed and scalability, while keeping patient information secure. With XA, clinicians gain efficient workflow and more time to spend with their patients. XA can be deployed with proximity badge technology to easily tap-in, tap-out, and tap-over unique user sessions. Clinicians typically enter their password once per day, and then use their proximity badges to quickly log on and off, and even tap-over another user’s session securely to access their own physical or virtual desktop session. IT departments also gain efficiencies such as fewer calls to the Help Desk regarding lost or forgotten passwords, and less likelihood of server overload.
Leveraging each customers existing infrastructure, XA does not need proprietary appliances that hospital resources must learn to manage. XA’s application integration connectors both initiate and manage user interactions with applications, and XA has a 100% success rate of application integration. With XA’s newest feature, SNAP APP Integration, roughly 80% of all Windows and Web based applications are automatically integrated within a matter of seconds rather than hours by customer resources without requiring training on profilers or wizards. Secondary authentications within applications can be automated, as well as user self-service password changes. XA also audits a number of user and device interactions to enable more informed decisions regarding user-device utilization; application utilization, authentication choices, etc. It ‘links live’ to Active Directory, offers multi-factor authentication including an optional PIN, and a uniform look and feel across different devices and environments. Our EPCS solution can also be deployed with XA, or as a stand-alone solution. HealthCast’s EPCS incorporates the most accurate and secure biometrics to allow physicians to write prescriptions for controlled substances electronically, conveniently from their office, anywhere on-site, and even their homes.