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SenSage Named Cerner Corporation's 'Accelerate Partner of the Year'
Date:5/16/2011

our collective reach in the healthcare market and will accelerate the industry compliance that is central to healthcare reform initiatives."

Currently, more than 75 healthcare organizations use Cerner's P2Sentinel powered by SenSage, a comprehensive event logging and auditing solution for tracking end user access to confidential patient data. P2Sentinel assists in identifying security violations and providing long-term forensic security analysis by correlating activities from Cerner® solutions and clinical system infrastructure elements such as PCs, printers, databases, networks and user authentication systems. P2Sentinel is a critical component of any healthcare organization's efforts to assure authorized access to Electronic Protected Health Information (EPHI).

This joint SenSage-Cerner solution aggregates, monitors and investigates security events while also helping healthcare organizations achieve compliance with HIPAA and the newer HITECH Act. It allows compliance officers to determine who has accessed patient data in a quick, secure and efficient manner and provides a single auditing and reporting tool that is capable of receiving auditing data from both Cerner Millennium® and other third-party clinical systems. The reports can be exported and emailed to an organization within minutes, detailing a security event.

"Being able to quickly track how patient information is accessed at any given time is critical for our healthcare clients – they need to be able to demonstrate they are in compliance with the Security requirements of both HIPAA and the HITECH Act," said John Travis, Cerner senior director of regulatory and compliance.  "Over the years, our clients have addressed this requirement more efficiently because of our ability to integrate SenSage's scalable SIEM and log management capabilities within our solutions. With this new hosted model, we can offer these capabilities i
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