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London, England– February 17, 2022—Imprivata®, the digital identity company for healthcare and beyond, recently recognised Data#3 with the “APAC iPartner of the Year” award.
“As the healthcare industry has dealt with another challenging year, we’ve seen considerable growth from a number of partners that have worked tirelessly to support their healthcare customers with Imprivata solutions that actively remove technology barriers at the point of care,” said Chris Nutty, Director, Global Channel Sales at Imprivata. “We are continually impressed as all our partners work hard to support health organisations around the world. These companies stand out for their exceptional growth, great customer service, collaboration, and a drive to go above and beyond to deliver the very best solutions to support our dedicated frontline healthcare workers.”
APAC iPartner of the Year – Data#3
Data#3 has been chosen as the recipient for the APAC iPartner award for its dedication to delivering innovative solutions to customers, while building a strong ongoing pipeline. An award-winning Australian IT services and solutions provider, Data#3 (DTL) is listed on the ASX, it has headquarters in Brisbane and facilities across 12 locations in Australia and Fiji.
Steve Nahuysen, National Practice Manager, Healthcare, Data#3 commented, “Digital transformation is sweeping across the healthcare sector and ensuring that technology provides security is pivotal. Data#3 has been working closely with healthcare providers for more than 25 years and we collaborate with leading vendor partners, such as Imprivata, to deliver real business change. Our combined solutions and services improve the productivity of clinicians and healthcare administrators, while delivering better patient outcomes by creating connected, secure systems. We’re excited to receive this accolade from Imprivata and look forward to working together in securing the digital future of healthcare.”
Customer Story: Tap On, Tap Off. Fiona Stanley Hospital Aids Clinical Efficiency with Post-COVID Login Solution.
In busy hospital Emergency Departments and clinical areas, personal computers (PCs) are shared by many clinicians who need rapid access to patient information via multiple clinical ICT systems. A more efficient solution was sought to reduce the precious time otherwise spent logging in and out of PCs and clinical ICT systems, along with improving the hygiene of shared ICT PC equipment.
Senior medical staff at the FSH had learned of the Imprivata single sign-on solution being utilised at another major healthcare facility, and initiated an investigation of the tool. A successful proof of concept was undertaken before the solution was rolled out to clinical staff across FSH.