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by Emily Yan, on 12/21/22 Healthcareartificial intelligencerobotic process automationRPAdigital transformation

In what seems like the blink of an eye, mentions of robotic process automation (RPA) have become ubiquitous in the healthcare industry. Since the pandemic, RPA has solved multiple challenges …

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by Emily Yan, on 12/8/22 HealthcareEMR testingRPA

For nearly three years, COVID-19 catapulted the healthcare industry into the eye of a gathering storm. On the technical side, cloud migration, AI adoption, and analytics modernization picked up momentum; …

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by Antony Edwards, on 2/11/20 intelligent automationmachine learningRPA

“Succeeding in the age of automation will be all about how we approach the cultural and technological shift required within IT”, according to Forbes. Part of this shift revolves around …

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by Antony Edwards, on 11/12/19 HealthcareTest automationPerformance testingartificial intelligencecontinuous testingRPA

When seemingly disparate things can come together, the results are often that much better. Like a soccer team that draws players from different backgrounds—some coaching efforts can bring out the …

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by Antony Edwards, on 9/10/19 robotic process automationRPA

A recent article by InformationWeek’s Jessica Davis proclaimed, “RPA is the fastest growing category of software today, driven by enterprise digital transformation efforts.” Davis went on to cite a Gartner …

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by Gareth Smith, on 8/13/19 Healthcarerobotic process automationRPA

In a recent article in the Enterprisers Project, Kevin Casey wrote, “If it’s repetitive and manual, it’s probably a good fit for RPA.” RPA, short for Robotic Process Automation, can …

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by Alex Painter, on 1/29/19 Healthcaredigital automation intelligencerobotic process automationRPA

People make mistakes. Human behavior so often falls short of ‘expected standards’, it begs the question why we hold ourselves to such standards at all. Too often, we build systems …

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