NHSLearn how Trogon used encryption to deliver patient records
The NHS used Trogon Encrypted Connectivity to connect main NHS locations to satellite hospitals and surgeries during the COVID-19 Pandemic
The ability to securely access patient records and history is critical to effective healthcare. New surgeries or temporary hospitals must have secure access to records, but when mainstream ISPs take months to deliver secure dedicated links to the NHS Spine connectivity becomes a bottleneck in treating patients.
The NHS selected Trogon to deliver ultra-secure Encrypted Connectivity to connect the outlying surgeries and hospitals quickly and securely. Digital solution using a data centre environment to create an ultra-secure link. This meant that these new facilities could be online and working with 1-2 days instead of waiting months or years for connectivity.
The NHS trust Trogon with their highly confidential records and to deliver connectivity within days instead of months.
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The National Health Service (NHS) is the umbrella term for the public healthcare system in the United Kingdom.
The NHS employs around 1.6 million people and has an annual budget in excess of £130 billion.