Proxense Debuts Proximity-Based, Hands-Free, Auto Sign-On/Sign-Off Software at HIMSS Conference

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Dr. Ryan Gallivan to speak about auto sign-on/sign-off benefits on Tuesday, February 22 at 11:00 AM in the New & Emerging Technology Pavilion.

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Proxense has helped our physicians save time by eliminating manual logins and logouts.

Proxense, a proximity-based technology solution provider announces that it will demonstrate its hands-free, auto sign-on/sign-off product, ProxAccess, in booth #218 at the 2011 HIMSS Annual Conference & Exhibition, February 20-24 in Orlando, FL. Proxense client and Medical Advisor, Dr. Ryan Gallivan, will deliver the presentation “Hands-Free, Auto Sign-On/Sign-Off: Save Time and Improve Network Security with Automated Multi-Application Access” on Tuesday, February 22, at 11:00 AM in the HIMSS New & Emerging Technology Pavilion.

Proxense’s auto sign-on/sign-off product, ProxAccess, achieves significant efficiency gains and security improvements for healthcare providers. It reduces or eliminates the time physicians spend logging in and out of the network and workstations multiple times per day; and reduces IT password administration. The level of network, workstation and application security is greatly increased, which can reduce or eliminate the chance of a breach and the associated fines, and substantially improve care, while providing fast access to patient records and data.

ProxAccess Key Features Include:

  •     Proximity-based technology that enables hands-free, automated sign-on/sign-off to the network, workstation operating system and multiple applications
  •     User/workstation/application-level security access configuration
  •     Two-factor authentication process utilizing mobile radio frequency (RF) and biometrics
  •     API enables third-party proximity-based application development

“The Proxense hands-free, automated sign-on/sign-off solution has helped our physicians save time by eliminating manual logins and logouts, helped speed the adoption of a new EHR system, and improved patient care by allowing physicians to spend more time with patients,” says Ryan Gallivan, M.D., Otolaryngologist at St. Charles Medical Center and Central Oregon ENT, LLC, both located in Bend, OR.

Visit http://www.proxense.com to learn more about Proxense proximity-based software solutions.

About Proxense
Proxense provides proximity-based technology solutions that enable healthcare providers to achieve increased levels of efficiency and security. The staff is able to save significant time and speed EHR adoption with hands-free, automated sign-on/sign-off to multiple applications, while IT can reduce or eliminate password management. The healthcare facility can improve its network security with workstation access customized at the user level, and a two-factor authentication process. Equipment or patient location tracking enables assets to be easily found or monitored. Proxense utilizes advanced, mobile radio frequency (RF) and biometrics to automatically trigger authentication, system sign-on, asset location, alerts, and more on a revolutionary, fully integrated, proximity-based applications platform. Additionally, Proxense enables others to develop their own proximity-based applications via its API. For more information visit http://www.proxense.com, or call 310-480-3660.

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