UiPath has been exhibiting at the HIMMS Global Health Conference & Exhibition, which is being held virtually and in-person in Orlando, Florida from March 14-18, 2022.
UiPath worked with one of the world’s leading non-profit academic medical centers to accelerate patient registration for COVID testing and reduce wait times; automated the reporting of infectious disease data for a public hospital to free time for 20 nurses to focus on patient care; and saved a provider organization 138,000 hours and allowed it to redeploy staff to critical work by automating cash and credit adjustments.
“As the healthcare industry continues to work its way through the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, digital transformation efforts have accelerated as they become the driving force in every organization’s response,” said Kumar Chebrolu, Managing Director and Life Sciences and Healthcare practice leader for Strategy & Analytics at Deloitte. “Automation plays a leading role for organizations as they modernize and integrate technologies to become agile and build the organizational structure for digital transformation.”
“Healthcare technology is advancing rapidly, but time-consuming administrative tasks can still be an obstacle to more efficient and effective patient care. Automating both workflows and data integration allows healthcare providers to quickly get the information needed, allowing more time to focus on patients, not paperwork,” said Ron Wince, CEO of Myndshft, a leading provider of real-time medical benefits check and electronic prior authorization technology. “UiPath is a leader in enterprise automation for healthcare and Myndshft uniquely solves the challenges of benefits verification and prior authorization. Our collaboration streamlines tedious, manual tasks to deliver better experiences for healthcare staff and the patients they serve.”
“Providers, health plans, and other stakeholders are turning to digital to meet consumers’ evolving needs and expectations, improve the overall patient, provider and health worker experience, and drive loyalty. By automating more processes, these organizations can make better decisions to deliver the right care at the right place at the right time, at the same time alleviating the extra burden set on workers by the effects of the pandemic,” said Gabriela Valera Quenza, Manager, Intelligent Automation practice at Deloitte. “Through the combination of RPA and intelligent automation, business process automation capabilities can be applied to high-value, decision-making tasks. The results are the smart, timely application of data and the ability to address real-world challenges and opportunities at scale.”
Jason Warrelmann, Global Healthcare Leader at UiPath, will speak about the benefits of implementing process intelligence and desktop automation using AI to create scalable attended software robots for thousands of caregivers during a panel discussion on March 16 from 12:45-1:05 p.m. ET in the Innovation Live Theater.
On Tuesday, March 15, UiPath hosted a breakfast in Room 203C where attendees can learn the benefits of automation in public sector health.