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In healthcare, there is no substitute for safety and assurance. With digital threats coming from every angle, healthcare IT professionals and administrators must have systems in place to make sure only authorized personnel have access to sensitive data, documents and e-signature capabilities.john_harris-circle.png

Our Chief Technology Officer John Harris recently provided an in-depth look at why two-factor authentication is a growing practice among healthcare organizations for Hospitals & Health Networks.

“For hospitals and health care organizations, two-factor authentication is not just a feather in the cap of the information technology department. It’s a security and privacy measure that fulfills federal mandates and in some cases is required by law,” John said in his article.

For end-to-end insight, read John’s full article by clicking here, or download the free PDF. 

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To learn more about the benefits of e-signatures in healthcare, download this free white paper. 

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