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Healthcare Automation in Hospitals Can Make A Difference

Hospitals and frontline medical staff are under enormous physical and mental pressure as India grapples with an ongoing medical crisis. Their health is suffering as a result of double changes and upsetting scenes of pain and suffering, as well as the constant struggle and sometimes loss of life. The huge, national vaccination drives to contain the virus are putting even more strain on already overworked medical personnel.

Smart technology adoptions and tech-enabled tools will come to the rescue in such desperate situations, not just to help streamline processes but also to drive productivity and reduce the burden. Although digital healthcare technologies have been available for some time, the pandemic in 2020 has intensified software adoption, both among patients and among healthcare providers. As the pandemic pushed the human population around the world into isolation, telemedicine, video consultations, wearable tech for tracking vitals, and AI-powered assistants for patients requiring constant treatment have all become essential.

The digital healthcare market in India was worth INR 116.61 billion in 2018, and is expected to rise to INR 485.43 billion by 2024, with a CAGR of 27.41 percent between 2019 and 2024. While a lot of consumer health and wellness technology has been well received, Hospitals and medical institute adoption has been comparatively sluggish.

AI-powered automation is being implemented across industries as one of the most disruptive factors for increasing production, decreasing TAT, reducing reliance on human capital, and driving productivity at lower costs. Hospitals automation, or RPA, is one such technological advancement that can greatly aid in the management of Hospitals and healthcare facilities, especially in times of crisis.

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