Transforming healthcare and patient outcomes through clinical excellence
Healthcare organisations are under pressure to improve patient outcomes while reducing costs.
Patient expectations from healthcare providers are mirroring that of other industries as a growing need for services ‘on demand’ develops. This, combined with inefficient processes and mounting debt are driving healthcare providers to adopt innovative solutions. Digitisation has been at the heart of many transformed industries and healthcare providers must now act and do the same.
At Atos, we’re working with our healthcare partners to stabilise infrastructure and control costs, whilst laying the foundations for their end-to-end digital transformation journey. We’re also supporting research to drive precision treatments, leading to greater accuracy of clinical outcomes and ultimately, saving lives.
A quarter of the UK population has a long-term medical condition, accounting for 50% of all GP appointments*
* Government Digital Strategy & Digital taskforce, Personalised Health & Care 2020: National Information Board Framework for Action, Watcher Report – Sept 16
Unravelling the mysteries of DNA with Atos supercomputing
Globally, researchers are turning to high performance computing technology as a gateway to understanding the pathways that cause disease. For some, every second closer to discovery can mean the difference between life and death.
Atos supports National Centre of Genomic Analysis through our high performance computing and analysis platforms. By eliminating the bottlenecks that often occur in data analysis, our high performance computing technology is enabling an ever-increasing capacity for more accurate health discoveries, transforming big data into results.
Atos partners with University College London Hospitals to cost-effectively realise the Trust’s mission to create a digitally enabled exemplar organisation that provides the highest-quality patient care, education and world-class research.
“Atos provided a compelling case to deliver foundation ICT services as well as transformational support at UCLH to help us make the most of our systems for patients and staff.”
David Hill, director of digital services, UCLHPress Release
Key services for our healthcare partners
Ensuring a sustained financial future through the realisation of cost savings and sale
Data analytics driving greater accuracy in patient outcomes
Automation and Robotics
Supporting research to drive precision treatments
Digital transformation solutions to resolve the gap between resource and capacity
How digital enablers can help improve patient outcomes, support clinicians and meet our health needs.
A high level exploration at how Healthcare is revolutionising in the Digital Age.
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