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Myth busting automation: avoiding common pitfalls

By |May 19th, 2020|

Our clients look for digital solutions that are easy to implement, use and maintain. As such, off the shelf and plug and play solutions can be attractive options.

Process automation software companies provide toolkits for building an electronic workforce to support or replace a wide range of existing manual tasks. Many of the process automation software products available currently have extensive functionality off the shelf, offering a […]

Software bots supporting NHS recovery

By |May 11th, 2020|

Strategies are now being written to support the recovery phase of COVID-19. And not just the recovery phase but for the new normal.  

Current conversations indicate that people are starting to use technology in a different way and with a growing awareness of software automation, trusts are now investigating what this technology can do for them during this time. 

Here are two areas you could consider using software bots to support […]

Automate COVID-19 patient reporting requirements

By |April 6th, 2020|

UiPath has helped the Mater Hospital in Ireland to automate their COVID-19 pathology test results processing and reporting using software robots and it’s saved them three hours per day. After some investigation we see that this technology can also support the NHS COVID-19 response. Here’s how:
 Response process
Automating the continuous list collation of positive COVID-19 patients […]

Automation in the digital age: a new opportunity for the NHS

By |January 8th, 2020|

Since the industrial revolution humans have looked for ways to speed up processes and improve productivity – essentially get more for less effort.

It wasn’t until the 1940s that the term automation was first used by an engineering manager at Ford. But it was seen long before then – the development of water wheels, pulley systems […]