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$2.1 Million Lasik Malpractice Settlement Against Celebrity Physician Dr. Joseph Dello Russo

New Jersey medical malpractice attorney David A. Mazie of Mazie Slater Katz & Freeman recovers one of the largest Lasik malpractice settlements in US history for a 47-year old man rendered legally blind as a result of the surgical malpractice committed by famed eye physician Dr. Joseph Dello ...

Summa Health System Creates Quick Win With Their Caregiver Community By Implementing Sentillion's Clinical Workstation Solution

...ems for Summa Health System. "Based on enhancements to their workflow and ease of use, clinician's identified additional future applications to add to sso that would continue to improve quality of care delivery." About Summa Health System Summa Health System is one of the largest integrated de...

Hendrick Health System Deploys Sentillion's Tap & Go Advanced Authentication Solution

...riod. The duration of the grace period is controlled by IT administrators. Hendrick Health System first partnered with Sentillion to provide sso capabilities to its 1,500 caregivers. At that time, the clinical and administrative staffs were extremely frustrated with the number of passwords th...

Sentillion and Healthland Create New Efficiencies for Community Hospitals

..."plug and go" solution that makes enterprise-class sso accessible to nearly every type of healthcare orga...and will now be able to offer our enterprise-class sso solution to their customers." Currently deplo...ility to assume total ownership and control of how sso is deployed and maintained hospital-wide through a...

Sentillion Releases Healthcare 'Do It Yourself' Tool for Single Sign-On and Context Management Application Interfaces

...al staff to "non-programmers" to generate application interfaces to achieve sso and context management for applications within their Vergence environment. ...r application interfaces empowers an organization to extend the benefits of sso and context management to clinical and business applications without restri...

Sentillion Announces 2008 as the Best Year in the Company's History

...ers; Reaches 400,000 Live User Milestone; Named #1 sso Vendor in Healthcare ANDOVER, Mass., Feb. 17 ...comprehensive healthcare industry report comparing sso and context management vendors' performance. The ...d Sentillion as the only vendor able to offer both sso and context management, without requiring a partne...

Baptist Health System Deploys Sentillion's Vergence Solution to Provide Secure Identity and Access Management to 3,000 Clinicians

...ians system-wide is expected to be completed by the end of 2008. Baptist Health System selected Sentillion to help eliminate multiple passwords with sso and improve clinical workflow by context management-enabling its clinical and business applications. Physicians at Baptist Health System typically wor...

Duke University Health System to Implement Clinically Optimized, Advanced Authentication Solution From Sentillion

...reat Ormond Street Hospital, Sisters of Mercy Health System, Sharp HealthCare and Texas Children's Hospital. Sentillion is responsible for the largest sso deployment in healthcare, which presently provides access to 182 clinical applications for 42,000 users across 34 hospitals and continues to expand in...

Sentillion Ranked #1 Vendor in KLAS' Single Sign-On & Context Management Report

...es Highest Score in Comprehensive Report Comparing sso and Context Management Vendors' Performance in t...comprehensive healthcare industry report comparing sso and context management vendors performance. The Si...anizations to determine the performance of several sso and context management vendors, including: CA, Car...

iSOFT Offers Healthcare Single Sign-On Solutions After Agreement with Sentillion

...g Vergence(R) SSO/context management suite and Sentillion's next-generation sso solution, expreSSO(TM), which are all developed exclusively for healthcare....hards, managing director of iSOFT UK and Ireland, said: "Sentillion created sso for healthcare and for ten years has been at the forefront of developing in...

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