Bend, Oregon (PRWEB) December 01, 2011
Proxense, a wireless technology company providing advanced real-time location and access control systems for healthcare on a single platform, has released a new white paper, "Helping health care providers avoid electronic health records security breaches with true proximity technology." The paper is free to download at http://proxense.com/white-papers/, and includes a one-page executive summary.
“Every day there are more troubling newspaper reports about fines, lawsuits and even criminal penalties resulting from unintentional releases of private patient records,” notes John Giobbi, Proxense CEO. “Our paper summarizes why we're seeing more infractions, the shortcomings of existing security approaches, and how automated access and identity management can help healthcare organizations reduce their risks."
Proxense’s platform--ProxNET™--is the only wireless system that runs hands-free, instant sign-on/sign-off and real-time location system (RTLS) applications simultaneously on a single, multi-purpose network. It features lower installation, training, support and maintenance costs, a simple search interface for finding data and generating reports, and the capacity to integrate legacy and new third-party applications as needed.
Chicago healthcare decision-makers, connect with Proxense at the RSNA Scientific Assembly Nov. 27-Dec. 2.
Western U.S. – Mike Pusateri, (702) 348-7675, mpusateri(at)proxense(dot)com
Eastern U.S.– Jeff Davies, (216) 409-3613, jdavies(at)proxense(dot)com
Proxense true proximity technology helps healthcare facilities work at their most efficient—so patients get the best care. Proxense shortens waiting times and cuts costs by providing both access control and tracking on one scalable, easy-to-install platform that puts zero burden on existing networks. Our system runs multiple applications at once -- automatic sign-on/sign-off, real-time location system, equipment temperature alerts, portable electronic health records—all protected by encryption and biometric security that exceed HIPAA privacy standards.