Digital Healthcare Resilience

Digital Healthcare Resilience refers to the ability of a healthcare organization's digital systems and processes to effectively anticipate, withstand, recover from, and adapt to cyber threats and disruptions. It ensures the continuous delivery of critical healthcare services and the protection of sensitive patient data, thereby maintaining operational integrity and patient trust.

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Connected healthcare: Improving patient care using digital health technologies

This review outlines the most promising healthcare technologies and devices, their strengths, drawbacks, and opportunities for clinical adoption.

Resilient Health Care: a systematic review of conceptualisations, study methods and factors that develop resilience

The aim of this review was to identify how RHC is conceptualised, described and interpreted in the published literature, to describe the methods used to study RHC, and to identify factors that develop RHC.

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