This week we're proud to feature a blog post from our sister company, GCA Technology Services. Today we're discussing Healthcare and how to optimize your existing solution for reduced error and compliance findings.
I recently read an article from local, technology-focused periodical that was recruiting nominees for “Technology Entrepreneur of the Year.” As I was reviewing last year’s winner, I noticed something intriguing. The winner works for a company that takes disparate spreadsheets of information from different software providers and connects them so there is one, complete view of the information on just one screen. I was shocked to see that this software company’s CEO first wrote the program in 2001.
What we do here at GCA is no different. We are expanding our sister site, Actionidentity.com to fully showcase our expertise in taking disparate systems and connecting them with a user provisioning solution. More on this later.
The company I was referring to in the beginning of this blog connects spreadsheets. Well, GCA connects healthcare applications (Cerner, AllScripts, Keane, McKesson to name a few) to a user provisioning solution so that new users or those that need to be modified can be managed easier.
Most healthcare organizations have to onboard and off-board new employees, contractors, temporary workers, and visiting employees from another hospital through a manual process. GCA has taken these manual workflows and made them a thing of the past.
GCA has the ability to reduce costs, provision users quicker, and provide transparency and audit-friendly reporting for any and all healthcare organizations. We have had tremendous success and can offer a universal solution for any healthcare application and for any user provisioning (NetIQ/Novell, CA, Oracle, etc) solution.
Interoperability is not a new concept for many people. Healthcare application and user administrators might feel that it is because until now, they were unable to join the two. I’m excited to be working on projects that are the first of their kind, bringing a better experience and a safer/more protected solution that meets HITECH/Meaningful Use/HIPAA regulations.
For more information or if you want to read a case study, go ahead and leave me a comment and I will e-mail you a PDF about the healthcare IDM successes we’ve had.