In our new whitepaper, we highlight the funding opportunities for digitization projects and provide concrete project tips in the area of information security (ISMS).
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Seize the opportunity to build a digital infrastructure in your hospital. Digitize not only your processes and internal operations, but also increase cybersecurity at the same time through funded measures.
The whitepaper “Digitalization engine” illuminates the background and current trends in the area of hospitals, and the answers and possibilities which the Hospital Future Act (KHZG) offers here.
Among other things, the trend of hospital consolidation and the previous staffing and bed situation are highlighted statistically. Due to the cost pressure in the area of hospitals, which is driving consolidation, the KHZG offers a boost for digitization and competitiveness through the funding options and funding facts without putting a heavy burden on equity.
The white paper “Digitalization engine KHZG” shows three different approaches to digitalization: First, the opportunities for hospitals to specifically incorporate telemedicine in pre- or post-acute care.
Second, increasing the efficiency of internal processes and workflows using examples from industry, e.g. by means of Robotic Process Automation (RPA) or artificial intelligence (AI) / machine learning (ML).
Third, the digitization of hospital management, especially governance, process management, and risk management. It specifically addresses the discipline of IT security (cybersecurity), which is often new to hospitals – and required by the KHZG. Common questions such as “How can cybersecurity measures in hospitals be identified?” or “How is the follow-up of the implementation of the measures?” or “How do we create the SoA according to ISO27001?” will be answered.
In addition to insider knowledge about the KHZG and the information security funding act, there are implementation tips based on TopEase®.
The whitepaper “Digitalization engine KHZG” not only shows the funding facts of the KHZG, but also the essential steps for setting up the information security management system (ISMS).
We give an answer to the questions:
How can the cyber-resilient hospital of the future be built?
How extensive is the structure of the ISMS?
What are the essential steps in building the ISMS?
In the future, the question is not how to defend against cyberattacks on hospitals, but how to respond after an attack. The KHZG creates the ideal framework for establishing holistic IT security management.