Title21 Leverages SCIM Integration Standards to Improve Healthcare Operations with Streamlined Employee Data Management
6 September 2023
Automation & Digitisation
Title21 continues to strive to improve patient safety and operational efficiency by enabling a single source management system of employee data with Title21’s technology platform that follows SCIM standards.
As the leading innovator of cloud enterprise quality management solutions, blood and marrow transplant, and cell and gene therapy data solutions, Title21’s sole focus is developing technology to meet the specific needs of healthcare and life sciences firms. The live implementation of the system further supports the company’s mission of delivering robust, integrated and easy-to-follow software to healthcare and life science industries.
With 20 years exclusively in the health and life science domains, the patient-first-driven company continues to digitally transform the enterprise of hospital programs. The integration of IAM with Title21’s automated quality management platform allows a seamless flow of real-time updates to key employee information between systems, eliminating transcription risk and reducing human resource load in support of optimizing key resource efforts that are essential to health systems across the country.
Title21’s integrated EQMS platform supports enterprise quality management by securing the connections amongst electronic systems, removing barriers to productivity as well as optimizing quality initiatives. It includes Document Control, Learning and Competency Management, Change and Audit Management, Corrective Action and Preventative Action, Non-Conformance, and Error Management, as well as many other Cell Therapy modules.
Lynn Fisher, CEO of Title21, elaborated on the implementation of Title21’s document management system and the benefits of the single-source management of employee data:
“Enabling single-source management of employee data including activation and removal of users and updates to existing permissions, dramatically reduces the time and cost of managing user access across multiple electronic systems.”
The system was developed in collaboration with a leading US hospital group that utilized the hospital’s IAM system with Title21’s automated quality management platform.
“To date, this integration has facilitated increased organizational efficiency, quality, and allocated staff time at our partner healthcare institution,” added Fischer.
Furthermore, potential security discrepancies between systems can be eliminated by isolating the permissions to a single source of truth system mapped by job codes, effectively increasing lab safety, and therefore patient safety, across the healthcare enterprise.
“This integration has also resulted in reduced errors, improved staff learning processes, improved compliance, and increased total document production, resulting in millions of dollars in savings.”
Source: Title21 Health Solutions, Inc.
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