Recent Posts by Nathan Hansen

As Marketing Coordinator, Nathan Hansen is Identity Automation's resident healthcare content specialist, writing and contributing to blog posts, datasheets, ebooks, and other resources. Nathan came to Identity Automation as part of our acquisition of HeathCast, where he has worked since 2016. He is a graduate of Boise State University with his BBA in Marketing. Aside from marketing, Nathan has a passion for sports. In the spring and summer, you can catch him playing softball four to five nights a week, whereas fall and winter are all about cheering on his favorite NFL football team.

Preventing the Top Healthcare Cybersecurity Risks with IAM, Part 1 - Social Attacks & Phishing Schemes

In healthcare, the pressure is always on to drive down overall costs and provide higher levels of patient care. The result: a never-ending quest to increase efficiency. EMR’s, telehealth tools, and other third-party IT solutions that enhance productivity and streamline clinician workflows have become the norm.

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Healthcare and Google: How Chrome's Devices and the Cloud Are Improving Patient Care

While Chromebooks have long dominated in the education space, they are now making inroads into other industries as more organizations shift away from traditional desktop computers to portable and low-cost thin client devices.

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Healthcare M&A: How IAM Helps Tackle Common Integration & Consolidation Challenges, Part 2

More and more, healthcare as providers are merging together or acquiring other hospitals to increase their footprint, provide higher levels of patient care, and enable strategic synergies.

Modern identity and access management (IAM) solutions are a crucial, but often overlooked facilitator of IT integration. Having the right IAM solution in place not only reduces time, costs, and integration conflicts, but also ensures a smoother transition for both clinicians and patients.

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Choosing the Right Proximity Badge Access Solution for Your Healthcare Organization

In busy hospital settings, clinicians move from room to room and department to department. They require multiple logins as they switch from one workstation to another and access multiple endpoint devices, such as thick and thin clients running Windows- or Linux-based operating systems.

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