How do we minimise medical admin burnout and empower healthcare workers to focus their time and talent on work that only humans can do?

With clinical staff burnout at 65% and administrative staff burnout at 50% it’s no surprise that 94% of healthcare providers plan to invest in software post pandemic.

Due to the global shortage of skilled healthcare providers and the backlog of delayed treatments and routine screenings caused by the pandemic, it is essential we optimise the positive impact of clinicians, frontline support staff, and administrators.

Our Microsoft powered healthcare solutions are designed to equip healthcare specialists with the crucial information and tools to enhance patient outcomes. We specialise in compliance and security, ensuring that your operations are both safe and effective.

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Wilco Turnhout

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Challenges we can overcome together

Regulatory changes are frequent in the healthcare industry, and healthcare organisations must keep up with these changes to remain compliant. Implementing proactive technology solutions can help automate compliance processes and ensure that the organisation is meeting regulatory requirements. 

Patients expect easy access to their medical information, personalised care, and prompt responses from their healthcare providers. Healthcare organisations must leverage technology solutions such as telehealth, electronic health records, and innovative patient engagement tools that work to improve patient outcomes and enhance their patient care reputation.

By 2030, the world could be short of 13 million nurses. Today, healthcare organisations are already facing a significant staffing shortage, especially in rural and remote areas. Technology solutions such as telehealth and remote monitoring can help address this issue by enabling healthcare providers to work remotely and extend their reach to more patients.

During the current economic slow-down, many healthcare organisations have inadequate funding, putting them under pressure to provide high-quality care while reducing costs. Technology solutions such as AI-powered chatbots and predictive analytics can help automate routine tasks and reduce the workload on healthcare staff, enabling them to focus on more critical tasks.

With a 44% rise in cyber-attacks in 2021 alone, hackers are a constant threat in healthcare due to the sensitive patient information handled. In fact, Healthcare related data breaches affected over 22.6 million total patients in 2021. It’s crucial to invest in robust cybersecurity solutions, such as multi-factor authentication and encryption, to protect patient data from unauthorised access, breaches and potential extortion.

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Future vision

Where we want to grow

We want to help you become a data informed healthcare provider that has a reputation for delivering innovative, digitalised patient and staff experiences.

You will be consistently improving and enhancing your processes, whilst empowering your clinicians, frontline support staff, allied health professionals and administrators with the right tools, custom made from the Microsoft cloud. All this whilst operating in a secure way that supports compliance and patient privacy, and built on a responsive, flexible infrastructure.

We are on a mission to help hospitals, disability services, aged-care, and allied health providers to provide innovative experiences that improving patient outcomes.

"High quality, accessible and personal care is only possible with a modern IT infrastructure. With the migration to the cloud we have more control over our environment, our technology is scalable and, by removing obstacles, we are prepared for the future. In this, the role of technology will not diminish. But the focus is on the care and on the patient, not on IT. That is the biggest gain as far as I am concerned."


  1. The world could be short of 13 million nurses in 2030 – here’s why. World Economic Forum (WEF).
  2. What Impact are Healthcare Data Breaches Having on Your Organization? Protenus.
  3. 10 biggest healthcare data breaches of 2021 impact over 22.6M patients. CyberRisk Alliance.


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