Beamtree’s Global Impact Committee release latest report
Automation is a powerful tool in the pursuit of error-free healthcare, higher productivity and a better patient experience. It has already demonstrated its ability to transform care by delivering big improvements in outcomes and efficiency while liberating the talents and time of highly skilled staff. But few, if any, healthcare systems see automation as central to their future.
The Global Impact Committee’s latest report, More Time to Care: Automation, Digitisation and the Workforce, highlights the enormous potential of automation and digitisation in healthcare.
The report points to the many success stories that can be found across the world. Additionally, it critically looks at the barriers and obstacles health faces and often puts in its own way. More Time to Care suggests new public-private partnerships and alliances at scale to break this impasse and note the new type of health leaders that will be required if the enormous potential of automation and new technologies is to be harnessed.
With demand for care increasing and the workforce facing burnout and attrition, the question is – why hasn’t automation been put front and centre?