Case Study

Virtualization And SSO Removes Technology Overhead From Clinical Workflows

Source: Imprivata
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Moffitt Cancer Center, the no. 6 cancer hospital in the nation based on U.S. News & World Report, is a 206-bed facility located in Tampa, Florida.

Moffitt, like any other busy clinical environment, is always looking to improve the clinical workflows of care providers. They were particularly interested in saving clinicians' time, and allowing care providers to focus less on technology and more on patients. That's why John McFarland, Director of IT Business Management, and his team initiated a comprehensive implementation of virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) and single sign-on (SSO).

"We wanted to do anything we could do to make our clinicians' lives easier," McFarland says. "Anything you can do to simplify the process of getting a clinician to the information they need is well worth the investment and improves patient care."