Tailored, Secure Cross-Entity Collaboration for the Healthcare Industry with RadiantOne FID
From research projects to mergers and acquisitions, federating identity makes it possible for healthcare companies to achieve fast, secure cross-entity collaboration by virtualizing and integrating identity data from diverse identity sources into a central, always up-to-date identity hub.
The need for cross-entity collaboration is increasing for healthcare companies, in both temporary scenarios such as research projects, or in more permanent ones, such as mergers and acquisitions (M&As). In every case, collaboration requires the ability to grant fast and secure access across organizations. And if the collaboration is temporary, once the collaboration period is over, users need to be quickly and completely deprovisioned.
But this is easier said than done. In large companies, setting up the access privileges necessary for cross-entity collaboration is no easy task. Some of the challenges include:
- Companies can have vastly different IT structures and conventions
- A layer to provide translation and transformation is required
- They need to avoid interruptions to their business operations
- They need to provide access to applications across both environments
Providing secure access to new users often requires custom coding, leading to delays in granting access–and in deprovisioning—that increase risk and inefficiencies.
In this webinar, we discuss these challenges and how they can be solved by a federated identity and directory service such as RadiantOne FID.
RadiantOne FID makes it possible to achieve fast, secure cross-entity collaboration by creating an identity hub with complete profiles for every user. In temporary scenarios such as research projects, new users can be quickly granted access and when the need for collaboration is over, they can then be quickly de-provisioned. In more permanent situations, such as M&As, RadiantOne gives you secure Day One cross-entity collaboration and a predictable, repeatable model for future M&As.
Date: Thursday, September 3, 2020
Speaker: Wade Ellery, Senior Solutions Architect, Radiant Logic.