• By focusing on a process small in scope and involving only one department, a Proof of Concept (PoC) process allows for the implementation of RPA with minimal effort and limited cost. It is a great way to prove to your organization and leaders that RPA is both attainable and offers real business value.

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  • Most organizations have a lot of ideas for automation candidates, but many never ask this basic question: what is the real business value of automating the process? Process assessment identifies RPA opportunities that are easy and quick to implement…while offering tangible savings and benefits.

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  • The typical flow of the patient revenue cycle can be divided into three sections: Patient Access, Care to Claim, and Claim to Payment. In each of these sections, Robotic Process Automation (RPA) can add value by executing repeatable process traditionally carried out by a human worker. The result: improved efficiency, greater accuracy, reduced cost, and higher employee satisfaction.

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