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How to Choose an RPA Company For Healthcare Automation Solutions

Automation in healthcare may not be a new concept, but it is growing rapidly nonetheless. Indeed, various healthcare organizations are finding new ways to automate key processes that would otherwise require their staff to devote extensive time and energy to complete. Of course, some organizations have been forced to increase their investment in robotic process automation (RPA) because of COVID-19. However, long-term trends point to further developments in automation in healthcare regardless. With that in mind, today we’ll help companies in the medical field determine how best to vet RPA companies and find a partner that suits their needs: 

Specific Medical Experience

Naturally, healthcare companies should seek to partner with RPA organizations that have specific experience working in the medical or healthcare fields. While other industries utilize RPA services all the time, it’s key for medical organizations to collaborate with RPA professionals who understand the unique challenges healthcare businesses face. It’s worth noting that while RPA can and should help medical and healthcare organizations save time and money, it’s more important that they deliver improved patient care and help doctors treat patients as effectively as possible. 

Unified Services

In order to get the most from RPA tools, medical organizations should seek to partner with RPA companies that are also able to offer data analysis and management. This is not only more convenient, but it will also help your team identify areas that could require further automated support. RPA tools work best when combined with thorough data management and analysis. 

What’s more, any quality RPA company should also be able to deliver AI services when needed. RPA tools can be very effective, but like any form of automation, they are somewhat limited. RPA companies should be willing and able to provide an alternative in the form of AI if the situation calls for it. 

Technical Support

Hiring an RPA company should ensure that your team can access an expert for support when they most need one. This obviously includes the onboarding (or discovery period) as well as the installation of key RPA tools. Additionally, medical and healthcare organizations should be able to easily connect with their RPA provider to address potential malfunctions or inefficiencies if/when they occur. 

Variety of Benefits

Ideally, a medical organization that chooses to adopt RPA technology should see a diverse array of benefits as a result. This could include everything from streamlining the payment process to improving clinical outcomes –– like using automation to identify high-risk pregnancies and offering crucial care for those patients. 

Lastly, since so many healthcare organizations are struggling to deal with the massive challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic, RPA tools need to be able to help with rescheduling appointments, clearing backlogs, and ensuring high-quality treatment. The good news is, RPA can do all of those things. To learn more about how we’re using RPA to help companies bridge the COVID-gap, check out our article on the subject here


At Amitech, we have years of experience working with healthcare organizations to manage data, analyze key metrics, and deliver automated solutions. We use the cutting-edge UiPath Automation Hub to synchronize our RPA efforts, and our methods are tailored to the needs of our customers. Contact us here to learn more or to get started with us today!


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