Sat Microsystems IT solutions are an indispensable foundation of efficient working in the Health and Pharma sector.

Digital healthcare enhances service performance and patient outcomes. Medical practices become more efficient as a result of solutions such as electronic health records, networked medical equipment, and telemedicine. That is even more true now since the epidemic has resulted in the closure of facilities and a reduction in-office hours.

The growing reliance on digital capabilities necessitates that these firms minimize their attack surfaces and safeguard against increased cyber threats in the healthcare industry.

With the epidemic, it has become critical to digitizing all data.

Pharmaceutical industry puts a premium on product handling operations, delivery dates and traffic problems, The challenge of responding to sudden deliveries on demand. In all these and similar issues, digitalization is of vital importance in the healthcare Industry.

As SAT Microsystems, we have expertise ranging from data security in the healthcare to instant data demand and all system systems at your disposal. Our IT solutions are designed to improve the efficiency of healthcare and pharmaceutical companies and organizations. Our primary goal is to modernize their services or applications so that they can provide optimal and personalized care to their users.

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Healthcare Security Statistics

  • The global healthcare cybersecurity market is expected to reach $125 billion by 2025.
  • Healthcare providers can spend up to $408 for each patient record that is compromised by a breach and an additional $1.75 million to regain reputation.
  • 90% of the healthcare staff working remotely during the COVID-19 outbreak did not receive any security guidelines or data privacy training before going remote.
  • A survey found that 40% of the respondents were unaware of the cybersecurity measures in place at their organization.
  • 28% of attacks on health care in 2020 were ransomware, making the industry the seventh most attacked, up from tenth place in 2019.