Aveksa Hosts Complimentary Webinar on Healthcare Information Security Best Practices

Distinguished Panel of Industry Experts to Discuss How Healthcare Organizations Can Ensure Appropriate Access, Enable Compliance, Improve Efficiencies and Reduce Expenses

Aveksa Hosts Complimentary Webinar on Healthcare Information Security Best Practices

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, the provider of the industry’s most comprehensive (IAM) platform, today announced that it will host a webinar on Thursday, June 27, 2013 at 2 p.m. (ET) entitled, “Healthcare Information Security: Trends, Tips and Best Practices.”

: #Aveksa and #HITNews to discuss healthcare IT security best practices .

Healthcare providers face increased pressure to protect patient data, achieve HIPAA compliance, and improve the overall patient lifecycle experience. At the same time, as organizations adopt meaningful use guidelines and move toward electronic health records (EHR), there is increasing need to ensure appropriate access to these new systems.

In this webinar, you will hear from the following leading healthcare and IT security experts:

Please join our panel of experts for a lively discussion on hot topics in healthcare information security, including:

Thursday, June 27, 2013

2:00 pm ET

: Click to register

Aveksa provides the industry’s most comprehensive Business-Driven Identity and Access Management platform. By uniquely integrating Identity and Access Governance, Provisioning and Authentication, Aveksa enables enterprises to manage the complete lifecycle of user access for SaaS and On-premise applications and data. With Aveksa, IT organizations can reduce Access Management complexity and increase operational efficiency while minimizing risk and ensuring sustainable compliance. Aveksa provides enterprises with the industry’s fastest time to value with over 70% of customers going into production within 4 months, and over 80% of customers live with the latest version of the Aveksa platform. For more information, visit .

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