The Future of Healthcare Automation
About The Future of Healthcare Automation
Now more than ever, the healthcare industry is under constant pressure to provide better patient care in a cost-effective manner, while reducing administrative costs. Payer & provider organizations have embraced AI & RPA to drive enhanced efficiency, save cost and deliver net impact to the revenue. However, some still struggle to understand how to begin, which processes to start, which tool to select and how to draw an effective roadmap for successful automation.
Already, 70% of companies have a digital transformation strategy in place or are working on one. Now more than ever, organizations are quickly rethinking their processes and leveraging intelligent automation like RPA.
Experts from emids, Neighborhood Health Plan of Rhode Island and TeamHealth discussed why RPA is the digital solution that delivers savings while simultaneously improving the effectiveness and efficiency of your organization now, when you need it the most.
- Krishnaprasad Balasundaram – AVP – Automation Practice, Emids
- Jack Chou – Lean Data and Process Automation Manager, TeamHealth
- Greg Velander – Director of Technology Innovation, Neighborhood Health Plan of Rhode Island
emids Healthcare Leadership Series: Reimagining Healthcare Part 1
About the series
As healthcare’s leaders we are responsible for being at the forefront of change, especially during times of shift and uncertainty. But, how do we overcome our current obstacles while still preparing for what’s ahead? To pave a path forward McKinsey has developed a framework highlighting five key steps for the industry to reach this “next normal”: Resolve, Resilience, Return, Reimagination and Reform. In our new virtual series, “Reimagining Healthcare,” McKinsey’s Prashanth Reddy will moderate a discussion with some of healthcare’s most distinguished leaders on where we are now, how we got here and what it will take for the industry to reach Reform.
In part 1 our new three-part virtual series, “Reimagining Healthcare,” some of healthcare’s most distinguished leaders discussed where we are now, how we got here and what it will take for the industry to move forward.