Allow external users access to your Healthcare Intranet with an Extranet Portal. For users outside of your hospital, medical center or long-term care facility, you can set-up a sub-site completely accessible only to these users and re-direct them to login to the Extranet Portal. You can grant these users full access to your Healthcare Intranet, or just portions of it.
You have the flexibility assign as little or as much content access to the site for your Extranet Portal users while guaranteeing security of your sensitive internal information and data, such as confidential patient records. See how having external access with an Extranet Portal can benefit your organization by requesting a one-on-one demo of our Healthcare Intranet.
Secure Sensitive Data
Your Extranet Portal users will not have the same security rights as your regular users. Ensure that your Healthcare Intranet content is secure by managing security settings directly from the Extranet Portal user’s profile. From there, you can decide what information you want them to have access to, and what information you’d like to keep hidden, ensuring your sensitive data, such as confidential patient information, stays secure.
Determine what content extranet users have access to.
Provision an Extranet Portal
You can provision an Extranet Portal and have it be visible to only users who have been added to your extranet user security group. Include applications and widgets on the site relevant to only those Extranet Portal users. In addition, instead of seeing your main intranet home page when these users login, you can alter it so that they land on this sub-site home page.
Internal vs. External Login
Using mixed mode authentication allows your internal users and Extranet Portal users to access the intranet differently. Your internal users can continue to use the internal domain credentials to access your Healthcare Intranet while your extranet users use a form-based login. This allows your extranet users to have a Staff Profile within the Staff Directory or not.
Turn mixed mode authentication on for different login access.