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Healthcare automation enhances patient care and reduces costs

What can automation do for you?

Healthcare leaders value workflow automation. See why.
The pandemic changed the urgency healthcare organizations had for embracing automation. 
Today, it’s not a matter of “when” a healthcare system or facility will implement healthcare automation tools – it’s a matter of “how quickly” the best one can be identified and then be implemented.
Recently, Ricoh sponsored a HIMSS Market Intelligence survey of hospital and health system leaders. 
The results show that there had been a movement toward automation and that the intent to streamline through automation has clearly accelerated.


Highlights from the HIMSS Market Intelligence survey

The survey covered a wide range of questions. Some of the highlights included:

  • The top four most important factors in automation were 1) affordability, 2) integration capability, 3) improve revenue collection, and 4) access to real-time data.
  • Billing looks to remain a top patient touchpoint for years to come.
  • Revenue cycle management remains one of the most manual processes.

We’ve summarized many of the findings in the infographic below. 

For an in-depth discussion of the subject, watch this on demand webinar.

For a detailed review of the survey findings, download the white paper, “How Hospitals and Health Systems Can Optimize Automation Initiatives to Enhance Patient Care, Increase Efficiency, and Reduce Costs.”

Patient information management - enterprise automation infographic

For a personalized look at how automation can help your organization, contact us.

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