Intalere to Highlight Applications of Robotic Process Automation in Healthcare at AHRMM 2019

Intalere, the healthcare industry leader in delivering optimal cost, quality and clinical outcomes, is highlighting advancements and applications for Robotic Process Automation (RPA) in healthcare at the Association for Healthcare Resource & Materials Management (AHRMM) 2019 Annual Conference & Exhibition, July 28 - 31, 2019, in San Diego, Calif.

Reflecting AHRMM's focus on advancing healthcare through supply chain excellence, Intalere will offer education on, and examples of, Intelligent Automation - including Robotic Process Automation (RPA), Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) - and how it can be applied in the healthcare materials world.

"We hear terms like artificial intelligence or machine learning, analytics or robotic process automation, and we may say to ourselves, 'there's no way I need this in my organization, and if I could afford it, it would take forever, and it probably wouldn't work,'" said Richard Mackey, Senior Vice President of Information Technology and Business Systems at Intalere.

"If you're in healthcare today, you can't let yourself think that way," he added, noting that the pressure on healthcare operations - top and bottom-line - has never been greater. "If you're interested in maintaining viability or continuing independence, these solutions can be used by your organization to improve your performance, right now, no matter your size or perceived ability to invest," said Mackey.

Intalere representatives will be engaging with attendees at Booth #319 to share information about current RPA processes and applications. General applications around RPA in supply chain include:

RPA solutions will also be the focus of two education sessions led by Intalere at AHRMM:

Learning Pavilion
Monday, July 29, 4:30-5 p.m.

Learning Lab
Tuesday, July 30, 2019, 2:30 - 3:30 p.m.

"What's remarkable is that many providers deploying these robots are small community or rural hospitals, independent clinics or other non-acute care settings," said Mackey. "You do not need to be a large acute provider with an IT army behind you to make these projects a reality. In fact, many of these robots have been deployed successfully with minimal resources."


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