The challenges that the COVID-19 pandemic brought to Healthcare delivery have permanently reshaped the industry. The crisis has amplified the need for emerging technologies to improve access to care and the overall quality of care while supporting a greater reliance on interoperability to share information within the healthcare community.

ICS provides integrated solutions to address the many increasingly complex challenges faced by the healthcare sector. We bring our expertise and experience in Smart Hospitals, ICT and Digital Modernization to accelerate the 4th Industrial Revolution of international healthcare. Our solutions are designed to boost administrative productivity, reduce hospital operational costs and most importantly, increase quality of services and patient safety.

Our Solutions

Digital Modernization
ICS has successfully established itself as a leading provider of diverse technologies and capabilities across Healthcare IT solutions. From hospital modernization policy and planning, to implementation of Healthcare 5.0 technologies and systems.
Smart Hospitals - Design/Build
The extensive and prevalent changes in the healthcare sector, require integration and intelligent infrastructure. ICS delivers turnkey Smart Hospitals and Data Centers Design and Construction.
Real-Time Tracking
Real-Time Location Systems (RTLS) and Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) Technologies are becoming more than ever important. We deliver solutions for increased data interoperability and advanced analytics.
Emerging Technologies
Patient care during a global pandemic could not be realized without Telemedicine technologies. ICS enables AI driven decision support and intelligent robotics platforms to be utilized in critical lab and hospital contexts.

Our Programs

ICS has been supporting the U.S., international governments and healthcare institutions for over 20 years. Some of our clients:

  • U.S. Department of Defense
  • Defense Health Agency (DHA)
  • U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
  • Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)
  • Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS)
  • U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs

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Industry Insights

Cyber Security

Over 79% healthcare institutions experienced attacks

The statistics behind healthcare sector attacks are alarming. Cyberattacks against healthcare entities are rising and over 39% of healthcare providers experience cyber-crime interventions on weekly basis. The average recovery cost for a hospital after cyberattack was about $1.4 million. Having the highest prevention measures in place is critically important for hospitals and care providers - from protecting the confidentiality of their patients' data to avoiding disruption of the entire infrastructure and life-critical operations.


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