Next-Gen Security: Leveraging Advanced Technologies for Social Medical Public Healthcare Resilience


  • Jayalaxmi Dash Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Sudhananda Group of Institutions, Balianta, Bhubanrswar, India
  • Sheetal Sachin Barekar Assistant Professor, Department of Computer Engineering, Cummins college of engineering for women Pune, Maharashtra, India
  • Ratnaprabha Ravindra Borhade Assistant Professor, Department of Electronics and Telecommunication, Cummins College of Engineering for Women, Pune, Maharashtra, India
  • Sharayu Ikhar Department of Artificial Intelligence & Data Science, Vishwakarma Institute of Information Technology, Pune, Maharashtra, India
  • Ahmar Afaq Assistant Professor, Symbiosis Law School, Nagpur Campus, Symbiosis International (Deemed University), Pune, India
  • Shailesh P. Bendale Head and Assistant Professor, Department of Computer Engineering, NBN Sinhgad School of Engineering, Pune, Maharashtra, India


Healthcare Resilience, Advanced Technologies, Social Medical Public Healthcare, Security Infrastructure, Cyber Threats, Artificial Intelligence (AI) in healthcare


The healthcare industry is undergoing a significant change as it incorporates advanced technologies to strengthen its security infrastructure and improve its ability to withstand current challenges and  explores the important overlap between security, technology, and public health. The introductory section presents a thorough overview, highlighting the current status of public healthcare and emphasizing the crucial importance of security in protecting confidential medical data. This statement highlights the current difficulties encountered by social medical public healthcare systems and emphasizes the urgent need to utilize advanced technologies to strengthen their ability to adapt and recover. The systematic literature review explores a wide range of studies, providing insight into the various aspects of healthcare security. This text examines conventional security methods, exposes their constraints, and advances the discussion by examining cutting-edge technologies such as Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning, Blockchain, Internet of Things (IoT), and Biometric Security Solutions. Every technology is carefully examined to determine its ability to strengthen healthcare systems against cyber threats and breaches, guaranteeing the confidentiality and accuracy of patient data. The methodology section provides a clear explanation of the research design, the process of selecting participants, and the strategies used for analyzing the data. The research seeks to evaluate the present security situation and determine the best methods for incorporating advanced technologies into healthcare systems, using either qualitative or quantitative methods. The following sections elucidate the security challenges inherent in social medical public healthcare, encompassing cyber threats and privacy concerns. Drawing on case studies, the paper illustrates successful implementations of advanced technologies in healthcare security, distilling valuable lessons and best practices. The recommendations section goes beyond the technical domain, exploring the policy implications and strategies for technological implementation. The exploration of regulatory frameworks, legal considerations, and ethical dimensions is conducted to provide guidance for the smooth integration of advanced technologies into healthcare systems. Healthcare professionals are encouraged to participate in training and awareness programs to ensure a comprehensive and efficient implementation. To summarize, the paper combines the results, highlighting the importance of utilizing advanced technologies to strengthen the security framework of social medical public healthcare. The significance of healthcare resilience is emphasized, and potential areas for future research are delineated. This research is an important resource that offers valuable insights and guidance for stakeholders, policymakers, and technologists who are dealing with the intricate field of healthcare security in the age of advanced technologies.





How to Cite

Dash, J., Barekar, S. S., Borhade, R. R., Ikhar, S., Afaq, A., & Bendale, S. P. (2024). Next-Gen Security: Leveraging Advanced Technologies for Social Medical Public Healthcare Resilience. South Eastern European Journal of Public Health, 35–51. Retrieved from