benjamin eye institute

Located in West Hollywood, California, Benjamin Eye Institute is a comprehensive ophthalmology practice with an emphasis on refractive and premium cataract care. They utilize industry leading innovation with some of the most advanced technology to provide quality patient care. Founded in 2006, Benjamin Eye Institute focuses on upholding every aspect of the Hippocratic Oath, conducting their business in the most transparent and ethical way possible, and providing their staff with a rewarding and improvement based work environment.


Benjamin Eye Institute wanted to increase productivity of their staff and streamline workflow, while strengthening security and HIPAA-compliance. They were also looking for a simple and efficient solution with a very low impact on IT that was easy to both deploy and manage.


HealthCast’s QwickACCESS (‘QA’) provides secure authentication for proximity badge access to physical or virtual desktop environments. Benjamin Eye Institute acquired QA for their Windows 10 devices, and are now benefiting from the unique proximity badge functionality QA provides. Utilizing its proximity badge technology, Benjamin Eye Institute employees quickly tap-in, tap-out, and tap-over another user’s session. They only need to log in once per day with their username and password, and log in and out the rest of their day with the simple tap of their badge, maintaining patient data privacy and security.


Benjamin Eye Institute is now enjoying HIPAA compliant practices that boost productivity, security, and user convenience. Staff members quickly and easily log in to any computer on the shared network to pick up exactly where they left off. With QA’s support for user compliance with organizational policies to lock their session for data privacy, Benjamin Eye Institute has seen a strong increase in security and HIPAA compliance. Also, eliminating the need to type in their password multiple times throughout the day has given Benjamin Eye Institute staff a streamlined workflow that provides each institution with an extra 30-45 minutes per day to continue providing high-quality care to their patients.