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Want to Know How Automation Is Revolutionizing Healthcare Sector?


In the past few years, the healthcare industry has undergone an ample amount of changes. These changes are more in the ways how the healthcare industry stores data. Moving backward in our distant past, remind us of the old paper-based method to keep health records. It doesn't exist anymore in our present. Instead, we have new data-keeping methods, i.e., online digital records where storing & sharing information is easy.

How Automation Is Transforming Our Healthcare


Automation has transformed almost every aspect of our lives. It has been adequately employed in other industries like manufacturing and transportation, but very slowly and perhaps, differently in the healthcare industry. There are numerous benefits that automation is bringing in healthcare. For instance, it results in improved efficiency and synergy in all the processes involved in the delivery of services.

Focus on humans -- The grail for healthcare technology & automation


Healthcare is one of the most complex products our economy produces. Over the next 50 years, global health megatrends will change dramatically & we are headed to face increased risks of exposure to new, emerging and re-emerging diseases, new pandemics with surging globalisation, all putting a huge pressure on the healthcare system. Massive variations in health status, lack of access to quality health care, poor health outcomes and increasing cost of care are huge concerns globally. The Freaking future of healthcare pushes us to achieve a more intuitive, responsive, empathetic, cost effective and safer health systems. Only possible when the entire ecosystem & the stakeholders raise the collective expectations of how the system performs today.

A simple change to overhaul healthcare (hint: automation)


Between March and June, U.S. hospitals and health systems collectively lost about $51 billion per month, with increased use of PPE and new care protocols playing big roles. To resume treating a higher volume of patients and restore revenue, hospitals and clinical care facilities continue spending and making changes. Face shields, temperature checks and more frequent sterilization are just a few measures many are implementing to protect patients and staff when they need to be in close contact, but what if they reduced the need to be in close contact in the first place? Robots can help health systems increase efficiency and enhance care while protecting patients and staff by eliminating contact points between them. Hospitals are littered with opportunities for smart automation, from front desks to operating rooms to outpatient settings.