Healthcare and IT security company Imprivata has acquired Caradigm’s of identity and access management business.
The company says the deal will advance the proliferation of such solutions for the healthcare market, in particular accelerating the development of new capabilities that will improve provider productivity, while reducing security risks and operational IT cost for hospitals and Integrated Delivery Networks (IDNs).
Caradigm provides a range of Identity and Access Management solutions, including Governance, Risk Management and Compliance and Clinical and IT Efficiency solutions, such as single sign-on and multi-factor authentication to over 100 healthcare organisations globally.
“We are excited about this acquisition, for the quality of people, solutions, services, and customer base – Imprivata will work closely with Caradigm in the future,” said Gus Malezis, president and CEO of Imprivata. “This acquisition will serve as a catalyst in expanding our market reach and our authentication and access management portfolio and allow us to expand our relationship with GE Healthcare.”
Caradigm will continue to operate as a population health company.
“We view Imprivata’s acquisition of the Identity and Access Management business as a very positive transition – making both companies stronger,” said Neal Singh, president and CEO for Caradigm. “Caradigm will continue with its intense focus on population health management and predictive analytics.”