Intelligent Automation for Healthcare
During this webinar, we will address the ways innovative health systems and hospitals have streamlined their way of working by augmenting their existing human workforce with digital workers – often with remarkable results.
We will take a look at where the health industry is going and the factors that are impacting the health sector globally and locally. Evident cost pressure, a shortage of trained professionals, and expanding patient expectations are reshaping the future of healthcare. New technology and science are the enablers in the new care delivery models.
Watch our webinar to learn the possibilities of building your digital workforce by applying intelligent automation in both clinical and administrative processes.
• How COVID has accelerated the need for automation
• Automation frees up clinicians to do more patient-facing work
• Digital Workers will need to augment reductions in resources
• DWF clients are showcasing significant value being delivered through automation
• Automation not only helps with support functions but also core clinical, patient access, and back end revenue-cycle processes
Western healthcare systems are facing tremendous
pressure as societies slowly shift focus from the
first acute wave of the COVID-19 pandemic towards
recovery and the time after. In many countries,
elective treatments – even those considered acute
– are being postponed. This is being driven both by
the decisions made by local health systems and by
patient behaviour in response to the global crisis.
Many of the challenges health systems will face throughout the coming years are not under their existing parameters of control. To take care of patients better now and in the future, health systems will need to shift the way they work and provide holistic healthcare. They must be more efficient in their use of their human workforce, must utilize new ways to diagnose conditions, and develop a new approach to customer service.
In this e-book, we address the ways these innovative health systems and hospitals have streamlined their way of working by augmenting their existing human workforce with digital workers – often with remarkable results.