Imprivata

By Jonah Comstock September 20, 2016
Apple has hired Dr. Mike Evans, a Toronto doctor who boasts 70,000 followers on his medical-themed YouTube channel. Evans was formerly a staff physician at St. Michael's Hospital in Toronto. As CBC reported, Evans is a mobile health enthusiast who has talked on his YouTube show about a future in which he might precribe an Apple Watch app for high blood pressure. Apple doesn't typically comment on...
By Heather Mack September 9, 2016
This year is shaping up to be a big one for acquisitions, if not for the money (many are for undisclosed amounts) but for sheer volume. We’ve seen 30 so far, and with a little over three months to go, 2016 may well end up eclipsing 2015’s total of 37 deals. Rather than just list the companies, we've broken them down into different categories based on who the acquirer is, to try to outline some...
By Mike Miliard July 13, 2016
Imprivata, the Lexington, Massachusetts-based developer of health IT security tools, has agreed to be acquired by an affiliate of Thoma Bravo, a San Francisco private equity firm. The deal is valued at approximately $544 million. "We are now in a stronger position to pursue market opportunities through innovating and expanding the products and services we offer," said Omar Hussain, president and...
By Brian Dolan February 4, 2014
Lexington, Massachusetts-based Imprivata confidentially filed a draft statement with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) for an initial public offering this week. The draft filing marks the second confidential filing for a digital health company in the past few days -- healthcare costs transparency company Castlight Health filed for an IPO at a reported valuation of upwards of $2 billion...
By Jonah Comstock December 6, 2012
(Left to Right) Penelope Hughes, Andrew Litt, Rohit Nayak, and Omar Hussein When Meaningful Use Stage 2 roles out in 2013, one guideline hospital's EHRs will have to meet is increased protection of patient health information. That means the HHS Office of Civil Rights (OCR) will be doing audits for HIPAA-compliance. The OCR fined Massachusetts Eye and Ear associates $1.5 million in September when...
By Brian Dolan February 3, 2011
During a recent interview with Becker's Hospital Review, Dr. Barry Chaiken, the former chair of HIMSS and now chief medical officer for Imprivata, shared five tips for hospitals still trying to formulate a security strategy for the mobile devices their physicians, nurses and other staff are increasingly using. If you're not familiar, Imprivata is a security solutions provider. While these are...