Health and Social Care: The benefits of migrating from legacy connections to HSCN
A key challenge for all health and social care organsations is the need to keep up pace with advancements in treatments and technology to deliver the best possible outcome for every patient, whilst maintaining the focus on being efficient and providing value for money to taxpayers.
The need to migrate from the old NHS national network (N3) to the Health and Social Care Network (HSCN) is therefore fundamental to meeting the requirements of today’s ever evolving, digitally advanced healthcare industry.
But it’s not only about migrating existing services from the old N3 network. It’s also about allowing access to broader health and social care organisations, such as pharmacies or opticians who currently do not have N3 connectivity but need it to operate effectively. HSCN also extends to local government, ambulance and police too.
With early adopters already reporting a 10-fold increase in bandwidth and significant savings, HSCN can be viewed as a true enabler of digital transformation, as highlighted in a recent case study, detailing how Aneurin Bevan Health Board (ABHB) consolidated services whilst cutting comms costs by 40%.
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