This session will focus on how RPA and AI provide the capabilities to securely operate with agility and scalability during (and beyond) the current pandemic. It will cover ways to enable the government workforce and empower teleworkers to deliver optimal levels of productivity while maintaining compliance; how to boost government service delivery and offer an optimal customer experience; what sets public sector organizations on the path to true digital workflow transformation.
While the RPA has increased productivity by thousands of man-hours, it’s still only able to tackle structured data. Since structured data only makes up 20% of an organization’s total data collection, it’s up to Intelligent Process Automation to tackle the next 80%.
This session will explore how BOTS are being programmed for clinical data retrieval and how they are also being trained to replace our team of medical coders. The obvious challenges are that this is a new and novel approach in addition to the Herculean task of programming the BOTS to have the same level of human critical thinking, judgment and behavior in order to achieve lasting success.
The hardest part of automation can be knowing where to start. By having an end-goal in mind, planning your transformation journey becomes a lot easier. Tune in to find out how Mass General Brigham, New England’s largest healthcare provider implemented RPA to help streamline their HR operations across 13 hospitals and how as one of the first groups to adopt RPA, HR continues to lead the way in finding innovative ways to deploy IA technology.
Using OCR to capture and process unstructured data from paper documents, From image acquisition to post-processing, the step-by-step guide to building an OCR engine, Embedding OCR software into business processes for automated, document classification, task routing and process tracking
For half an hour you'll get the chance to ask these experts all your FAQs!