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What is Clinical Zero Trust?
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"What is Clinical Zero Trust?"

Clinical Zero Trust: Why is it important to patient outcomes?

Zero Trust is a strategy, not a technology; it’s an end goal, not a feature or capability. Clinical Zero Trust (CZT) applies a Zero Trust philosophy to the cyber and physical environments of healthcare organizations, also known as a health system’s clinical settings. The key difference between traditional Zero Trust approaches and CZT is that CZT shifts the focus from protecting devices and data to protecting physical workflows, which are made up of the people and processes involved in delivering care, at the “end of the wire.”

Applying Clinical Zero Trust will help the business, not just from a cybersecurity angle, but also from a bottom-line perspective, as the knowledge required for CZT can improve capital asset planning and management. 

Medigate has applied the five-phase process of traditional Zero Trust so that it can be used to implement Clinical Zero Trust in a way that will keep patients and the business safe. For more detail, download the white paper.

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