Digital health enables secure and fast data exchange, accelerated processes and improves the quality of medical diagnoses. Hospitals and research institutes use AI to provide patients with more targeted treatment. This allows, for example, the signs of cancer to be better detected on MRI images and treatment to be started earlier. Cross-regional platforms such as Telehealth 360 help by providing a data basis for analysis. Digital solutions such as the electronic physician's letter reduce bureaucracy as it does away with paper print-outs and postage.
In order to push ahead with your digital transformation and be able to respond to future developments, companies require the right IT infrastructure – high-performance, scalable, and cost efficient. Connectivity is a core element of the healthcare of the future. Platforms connect physician's practices, hospitals and their wards, research organizations, health insurers and associations, even across country borders. The exchange of information across locations enables digital healthcare applications and more individual and efficient treatments – and the public cloud forms the basis for this.
Health data is one of the most sensitive forms of information. Protecting this data is of paramount importance to companies – it’s in their patients’ interests, but also their own. Inadequate data protection can result in legal consequences. At the same time, many players in the healthcare sector don’t have the resources to set up a private cloud which would offer them the same flexibility and economic viability as the public cloud. The Telekom Healthcare Cloud offers you these advantages – secure, and compliant with data protection laws.