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US Healthcare Report: Positive Outcomes in Healthcare with Automation

US Healthcare Automation Report

Learn How Intelligent Automation Is Transforming Healthcare Organizations

We surveyed 100 senior-level healthcare professionals across the US to understand their challenges and the role intelligent automation plays in helping the medical staff and transforming the patient's experience.

What's Inside?

  • An in-depth view of automation software within the healthcare industry so far.
  • An overview of the key benefits, challenges, and aspirations for healthcare automation.

  • Tangible ways to embed automation as a cultural transformation project and not only in silos or just applicable to IT.

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Today’s Healthcare Challenges

An aging population, a higher cost of care, a bad process between providers and healthcare providers, a licensing backlog, and an increase in mental health cases fueled by the stresses and strains of the pandemic - all of these put pressure on finances, as well as staff struggling to cope with additional workloads.

A New Era of Patient Care with Automation

Patient care has entered a new paradigm where technology, healthcare professionals, and patients all play equal roles in how and where care is provisioned.

Healthcare organizations' success is measured by the successful delivery of services. New ways of working, processing, and interacting with patients are needed to effect real, sustainable improvements for healthcare organizations.

This report explains how SS&C Blue Prism can help healthcare professionals with automating business processes, coordinating between departments, freeing the staff to focus on the patients, and improving the patient experience.

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Mass General Brigham is a leader in adapting new technology. We quickly realized that we can use intelligent automation in healthcare, and it’s been very successful.”
B. Berkowitz Director of Intelligent Automation Massachusetts General Brigham

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