We recognize that healthcare providers are under immense pressure to rapidly respond to the current challenges. Digitally transitioning care delivery securely and with minimal impact to existing resources is key to providing better patient care, now and in the future.
Atos is uniquely positioned to help you:
- optimize real-time healthcare delivery and operations, whilst protecting your existing investment
- digitally enable collaborative, connected care across the healthcare ecosystem, improving patient and staff experience with reduced risk
- provide a secure and cost-effective digital workplace, delivering flexibility and greater productivity.
We’re also ready to offer rapid support and solutions:
Epidemic Management System
Serving our communities with mission critical solutions that track and trace incident reports in real-time, analyze patterns, and predict the risk of the disease spreading.
Increased patient demand
Expert resource & staff with critical skills to support rapid digital change and delivery, focused on service continuity.
Patient Support Centers
Maintaining patient contact and support services via remote, geo redundant contact centers.
Ensuring your staff have the equipment they need to work effectively from any location.
Selection, deployment and optimization of remote working software and virtual desktop infrastructure to support home and anywhere working
Digital & Data Security Continuity
Data & security regulatory compliance
Providing advisory services around data practices to ensure certainty of compliance during homeworking.
Increase in cyber security threats and attacks
Protecting vital services and confidential information from unwarranted attacks.
What our customers are saying
“UCLH – like all hospitals around the world – has been under unprecedented strain over these past months as we’ve responded to the COVID-19 pandemic. Our ability to treat patients effectively has depended heavily on our digital systems, and in particular on adapting our technical platforms to huge changes in the organisation of the hospital, widespread remote working, and new virtual visiting options for patients and relatives. Atos has been a core part of delivering this technical response…‘Rapid Remote Hospital’ activity has been a great example of close co-working and agile design and delivery, and I very much hope we will be able to take the best of this new working model forward in our future projects.”
Chief Technology Officer, University College London Hospitals (UCLH)
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