Absolutely every solution offerred over the past decades would help, and some have been implemented and contributed to saves from adverse situations. As more tech gets incoporated the further we push our nose in to getting flights done, thus, always on the edge, or over it.
Airline friends think we're out of our minds doing this in ancient VFR junk single pilot, taking off at a moments notice to gosh knows where, with a complement of mouth-waggling medical people contributing little to the real safety equation. Usually they're full of all the same irrelevant questions and chatter. I'd much prefer they just STFU.
Answer to the predicament? Doctors slow down on utilizing a potentially unstable option. Robotics, more dependence on tele-medicine and consultation, and on and on.
Twin engine IFR with two pilots and reasonable launch time frames would help.