WEBCAST

Why patient safety is at risk when a hospital’s access system is vulnerable

Mar 20, 2018 15:00

Webcast Overview:

In today’s environment, healthcare organizations have invested millions in their EHR environments and new technology for the diagnosis and treatment of patients but often fail in effective and timely provisioning of access to these environments. Add to this the complexity of access management in healthcare, with multiple access requirements per clinical delivery person, and we now have direct impact on patient safety.

A healthy access management environment reduces time and resources in managing and deploying access, logging and monitoring access rights, and speeds the life cycle of access management.

In partnering with SailPoint, we will discuss KPMG’s prebuilt capabilities to integrate SailPoint with Epic as well as access governance, provision management, and the use of personas in Identity for access rights within Identity.

This is the second in our series of cybersecurity Webcasts conducted specifically for healthcare and life sciences organizations. Join us to learn more about how to leverage leading practices and advanced technologies to help healthcare organizations streamline the identity and access management function to better enable patients, providers, and administrators.    

Topics will include:

  • The value of an effective Identity Access Management environment
  • Concepts within an identity environment
  • Consolidation of access rights, governance, and technical integration considerations
  • Better managing digital identities across the organization

Featured speakers include SailPoint’s Healthcare Services Director Matthew Radcliffe and KPMG LLP Cyber professionals Michael Ebert, Partner, and James Wilhelm, Managing Director. The Webcast will last approximately 60 minutes, including a question-and-answer session. 

Speakers:

Michael Ebert

Michael Ebert

Partner, KPMG LLP (US)

Matthew Radcliffe

Matthew Radcliffe

Director, SailPoint Healthcare Vertical

Ken Dunbar

Ken Dunbar

Director, Cyber Security, KPMG LLP