Technology will have a huge role to play in supporting our amazing healthcare workers in 2023
Discover how this collaboration will put patient care at the forefront in challenging circumstances
The last few years has been tough on the healthcare system, and despite the incredible efforts of everyone in the sector, 2023 will likely prove to be another strenuous year.
There are many factors contributing to the strain, but one of the biggest is undoubtedly the staffing crisis. Whether it be minimal pay rises to combat inflation, or controversial pension scheme changes, hospitals have been left severely understaffed, with a shortage of over 60,000 in doctors and nurses.
It is expected that 2023 will see the tech industry rally to the aid of the healthcare an the NHS to allow it to cope and function with this burden, by encompassing new technology that can help with patient care as well as the training of new staff to name but two. With virtual care on the rise along with remote monitoring it allows patients to be appropriately seen to without over-demanding hospitals and GP’s in person.
With the rise in demand for tech support and virtual care it will be critical for healthcare institutions to properly protect their data. An ill-fitted infrastructure could cause loss of patient records and essential apps, where even a one-day-outage could have disastrous consequences for those most in need.
Synapse360’s ‘Cyber Vault as a Service’ could provide your trust with an airgapped, isolated data protection that is managed and recoverable. Get in touch with our experts today if you’d like to learn more.
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