Hospitals depend on energy to run their services, operate critical equipment and save lives. It's a vital operation but also an expensive one. Discover how hospitals can manage and reduce their energy use, and read about standards action many NHS trusts have been applying to reduce energy consumption and environmental impacts.
Telemedicine and 5G – affordable and preventative healthcare without borders
The Covid-19 pandemic has accelerated the use of telemedicine across the world. The need to limit the impact of the virus has increased the acceptance of telemedicine by clinicians and patients alike. Hear about the importance of telemedicine and the digital transformation of healthcare.
In this blog, hear from Kate Field, Global Head – Health, Safety and Well-beingof BSI who states that we must protect the well-being of adult social care workers. Learn more about the challenges to well-being in the social care industry, how the pandemic is having a massive added impact and what can be done.
Privacy considerations in the advancement of digital healthcare
In this blog, Conor Hogan, Global Practice Director – Data Governance, Digital Trust, BSI discusses privacy and data protection in the age of digital health. Healthcare organizations can adopt simple measures to embed and implement privacy by design strategies early in their development lifecycle to ensure that patient data and privacy rights are protected.
Defining the standards of virtual care for health and telemedicine after COVID-19
The COVID-19 pandemic led to a surge in the urgent need to connect health and care providers to their patients through remote appointments, and a need to address the ongoing concerns about how delivery of care would be maintained.
The patient journey and cybersecurity - it's about Availability
The future of healthcare includes a cybersecurity journey that every patient will take. This journey will be a journey of availability.
The digital revolution in healthcare can only happen with equipment online and security. The ability for a patient care facility to “go back” to traditional medicine will disappear as those systems are retired and replaced. Or, to put it another way, once this digital journey starts, there is no going back.
It’s widely accepted that healthcare has lagged behind other industries when it comes to cybersecurity, and that the industry needs to close the gap. Thankfully, healthcare managers can use standards to build resilience across diverse cybersecurity fronts simultaneously.