FUTURE OF HEALTHCARE

RPA in Healthcare: The Areas for Automation

November 11, 2021

RPA in Healthcare

Care providers and payers are shackled by a myriad of processes and accompanying documents to authorize, deliver, and record healthcare services. From patient health records to care provider information and payment data, the web of processes involved in care delivery and reimbursements quickly breach human interest, resulting in monotonous work for the people involved. Healthcare automation can eliminate the time spent by personnel working on time-intensive, low-value, and rule-based tasks. In this white paper, we explore the nature of Robotic Process Automation (RPA) and the key areas for care providers and payer organizations to focus on to leverage the power of RPA.

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Central Texas Medical Center

Central Texas Medical Center is a 178-bed hospital providing a wide range of healthcare services in San Marcos, Texas and neighboring communities. The hospital was established in 1960, and the present facility opened in 1983. In late 2009, CTMC completed a $35 million expansion and renovation on a 64,000 sq ft Women's Center that includes all private rooms, a Level II nursery and a new cardiac inpatient nursing unit with all private rooms. It also includes an on-site, high-risk delivery suite and a customized cesarean section suite.

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