With over 65,000 employees and 3,000 positions spanning 32 hospitals and 400 clinics, this not-for-profit healthcare organization needed to centralize their access management and rid themselves of the manual, error-prone processes in order to gain visibility into their systems and be better prepared for heavy regulations.
To eliminate the time-consuming, manual, and often confusing processes the organization employed, connecting all their applications and users into a single, centralized system offered the needed insight and knowledge to always answer the question “who has access to what.”
By enforcing a single source of record versus the disparate systems the healthcare organization, business users no longer have to track down information and use spreadsheets to certify users’ access. Additionally, the automated, governance-based controls align access policy with process across the organization. Thanks to the power of identity, the hospital has decreased audit costs and improved oversight, which significantly lowered its security posture.
CISO, Major Healthcare Organization