Too Many Logins. Too Little Time.
Every day clinical researchers participate in trials where they have to recall various logins and passwords, sometimes for 15 or more vital technologies in a single day. This effort wastes time and energy and leads to dangerous practices. A December 2012 report by Johns Hopkins University and The Washington Post uncovered a culture in which healthcare workers sidestep basic security measures, such as passwords, in favor of convenience http://articles.washingtonpost.com/2012-12-25/news/36015727_1_health-care-medical-devices-patient-care
Minimizing this chore not only improves productivity and increases security, it can also be the key to your company’s success.