Securing the Future: Technological Innovations for Social Medical Public Healthcare Security


  • Mahadeo D. Kokate Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering SNJBs K B Jain College of Engineering, Chandwad
  • Satish N. Gujar Professor, Dept. Of Computer Engineering, Navashyandri Education Soc. Group of Institute faculty of Engineering, Pune, Maharashtra, India
  • Sunil L. Bangare Associate Professor, Department of Information Technology, Sinhgad Academy of Engineering, Savitribai Phule Pune University, Pune, India
  • Dharmesh Dhabliya Department of Information Technology, Vishwakarma Institute of Information Technology, Pune, Maharashtra, India
  • Parth Sharma Assistant professor, Symbiosis Law School, Nagpur Campus, Symbiosis International (Deemed University), Pune, India
  • Mukesh Patil NIT Graduate School of Management, Mahurzari, Nagpur, Maharashtra, India


Social Medical, healthcare technologies , Public Healthcare Security


The public healthcare sector is currently experiencing significant changes, characterized by a growing dependence on technology to improve efficiency, accessibility, and the quality of patient care. Nevertheless, the swift process of digitization presents unparalleled challenges in healthcare security. This review paper explores the complex relationship between technological advancements and the need to strengthen the security of social medical public healthcare. The paper commences by examining the historical progression of healthcare security concerns, emphasizing the insights gained from previous occurrences, and clarifying the urgent requirement for a comprehensive security framework. An exhaustive analysis of the present healthcare security scenario exposes weaknesses in the current systems and emphasizes the need for flexible solutions. The literature review examines the most recent progressions in healthcare technologies, specifically emphasizing pioneering innovations such as blockchain, artificial intelligence, and Internet of Things (IoT) devices. Concrete examples of successful technology implementations in different healthcare settings are provided through real-world case studies, offering practical insights into their effectiveness. Nevertheless, the incorporation of these technological solutions presents difficulties, encompassing privacy apprehensions, adherence to regulations, and the intricate endeavor of aligning with existing systems. The paper examines these challenges closely and suggests strategies for reducing cybersecurity risks. The advantages of technological advancements in healthcare security are outlined, highlighting how these advancements contribute to heightened data security, enhanced patient care and monitoring, and streamlined healthcare procedures. The narrative is enhanced by the inclusion of case studies that demonstrate successful implementations on a global scale. The paper progresses by predicting forthcoming risks to healthcare security, offering a strategic plan for policymakers and healthcare practitioners to foresee and tackle emerging challenges. The potential impact of emerging technologies, such as quantum computing and genomics, on healthcare security is being investigated. The recommendations for policymakers include policy reforms, regulatory frameworks, and incentives to promote the adoption of secure technologies. In addition, the paper promotes the implementation of training and education initiatives to enhance cybersecurity awareness among healthcare professionals. Ultimately, this review paper combines historical viewpoints, present circumstances, and future possibilities to emphasize the crucial importance of technological advancements in ensuring the future of social medical public healthcare. The purpose of this paper is to provide policymakers, healthcare practitioners, and researchers with valuable information and suggestions. The goal is to encourage a shared dedication to strengthening healthcare security for the betterment of society.





How to Cite

Kokate, M. D., Gujar, S. N., Bangare, S. L., Dhabliya, D., Sharma, P., & Patil, M. (2024). Securing the Future: Technological Innovations for Social Medical Public Healthcare Security. South Eastern European Journal of Public Health, 12–23. Retrieved from