Healthcare

Fraudulent permission to access sensitive systems or approve changes does more than lock out systems – patients can be blocked from essential care right when they need it most.

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That’s how much cyber crime has increased since the COVID-19 pandemic began.
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Scalability is a Must.

The new reality of a post-COVID world brings new stresses on every facet of the healthcare industry. Telehealth and network-connected IoT devices are being used to monitor patients in their homes. The transferrance of patient data between remote locations further expands the need for a faster and more robust authentication process.
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Adaptable in the face of constant change.

Regulatory, legal, and compliance functions within healthcare organizations are being asked to do more with less. Combined with the new and emerging challenges even in normal times, much less during a pandemic, and the status quo is not an option.

Health care organizations that take a broad view of regulatory risk management, particularly with novel ways of effective identity management, are able to find efficiencies that lead to streamlined and rationalized programs.

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Zero Trust made easy for your end users.

While healthcare is and will continue to be a prime target for cyberattacks, the staff using your systems are often too busy or focused elsewhere to want to deal with a complex zero trust implementation. That’s where Q5id’s easy, contactless authentication comes in handy.

Have a unique business case?

We can work with your team to create a fully customized implementation to meet your unique business needs. Interested in learning more?