Robotic Process Automation for Healthcare
Achieve optimal care delivery, handle patient data with top efficiency and security, and support medical staff with RPA
supports care delivery through predictive analytics, and improves communication between medical staff and patients. McKinsey predicts that RPA will create $350-410 billion in annual value for the healthcare industry by 2025 as care providers adapt to changing patient expectations, regulations, and increasingly complex medical records systems.
Hospital management requires many hours of administrative efforts to ensure smooth operations. The challenge of maintaining complex interconnecting staff schedules, dealing with expensive equipment, transporting and utilizing medication, and handling medical waste can be made easier through smart automation.
Healthcare providers often deal with outdated software solutions, strict standards and compliance requirements, and expectations for providing top security for patients’ data, who increasingly expect to reap the benefits of databases shared between healthcare providers. Additionally, busy and stressed medical staff often resist adopting new technological solutions.
Insurance claims management can be very time consuming due to the number of errors that often appear in documentation, and the strict compliance requirements. Claims denials and billing require time to process, increasing administrative costs and burdening the revenue cycle. Better operational control also means more positive experiences for patients.
Set up fast-response security controls, eliminate unauthorized access, and detect security issues before they become a problem.
Eliminate human error, maintain regulatory compliance, and help employees focus on critical tasks.
Deploy a digital workforce that operates 24/7, 365 days a year, and doesn’t make mistakes.
“Over the last five years, investments in health tech passed the $80 billion mark, as regulators promote interoperability and a more consumer-centric approach. RPA offers perfect solutions for that. Patient non adherence can be lowered through improved communication, better data management and automated notifications, resulting in better health outcomes and more trust for the healthcare industry. Additionally, automated alerts and pattern recognition solutions can help organizations deliver more proactive care, focusing on prevention rather than reaction to health challenges.”
Edyta Pietak, CSO at AnyRobot