Healthcare institutions like medical universities, hospitals, surgery clinics, and blood banks comprise several departments each specializing in a specific field/task. With the advancement of health-tech innovations, we have seen rapid adoption of digital technology-enabled care services. Digital technology is advancing exponentially and its cost is plummeting. At the same time, the demand for and cost of healthcare is rising, which is challenging most health economies around the world. The need to adopt technology to meet these challenges seems obvious.
With the adoption of technology by individual departments of a healthcare institution, there needs to be in place a connected health model for management and successful delivery of services. These institutions after deploying their applications may face the major problem of scaling like running out of IP addresses and infrastructure as there will be a rapid increase in the number of users with the adoption of technology.
The following AWS architecture aims at solving this primary problem of scaling:
AWS Services Used: