Automation is the future of digital healthcare

By: Hemang Dave

Automation is no longer a nice-to-have for hospitals, it is a must have. Automation helps hospitals with agility and accuracy. However, more importantly, automation helps hospitals to become digital. There are various aspects of Automation including Server Builds, System Hygiene, Events Automation, Robotic Process Automation (RPA) just to name a few.

IBM has been instrumental in deploying automation-as-a-service to more than 900 clients worldwide. Most of our automation service is deployed on Cloud. This helps our clients exploit automation-as-a-service rather than going through large installs and configurations in their own environments to make automation available. Through automation, we have reduced server build (production ready server) in hours and in some cases, in even minutes. Automation continue to evolve in healthcare. For instance, hospitals leverage RPA to become digital hospitals, which help them automate repetitive manual processes. Adopting and implementing various Automation capabilities allow healthcare providers create continuously available and digital infrastructure.

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About The Author

Hemang Dave

Chief Innovation Officer IBM Services, North America

Hemang was appointed as Chief Innovation Officer for GTS North America in 2014. He is responsible for driving pro-active innovation for IBM Services North America clients. Hemang works with client CxOs and helps them define and execute innovation and strategy that matter to them. Prior to joining IBM, Hemang was an entreprenur and owned his... Read more