Businesses in the healthcare industry and the proponents of healthcare systems are collaborating on automation of health care workflows to advance industry-wide gains. Strides in application of computing technologies in various industries have also generated groundswell of attention of reaping the benefits for patient care delivery patterns in healthcare automation market. Furthermore, various innovations in automation technologies have led healthcare automation to fuel the paradigm of administrative and operational workflows.
The growing trend of automated care will catalyze R&D investments in healthcare automation. Some of the key benefits are precision in medical diagnostics and retrieval of patients’ data. The growing number of service mobile apps has boosted patient participation.
In recent years, healthcare workers are geared toward leveraging healthcare automation to add value to patients and caregivers. Subsequently, this has laid bare some astounding opportunities for players in the healthcare automation to capture on. Interesting case in point is internet of things (IoT)-based automation. Healthcare IT companies are keenly integrating IoT workflow automation in their offering to reap steady lucrative revenue streams in the healthcare automation market.
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The possibilities are vast: the global valuation of the healthcare automation market is projected to climb to US$ 58.98 Bn by 2025.
New protocols have emerged for the information systems in healthcare automation. Clinical decision–support systems (CDSSs) have opened a new frontier in disease prediction. A variety of cognitive tasks in treatment and care delivery workflows have benefitted from healthcare automation market.
Advancements in computational technologies and data mining, and statistical methods have helped software providers on the healthcare automation technologies to overcome key technical constraints, notably automation biases. A new avenue has emerged from healthcare automation is in pharmacy practice in hospital settings. In recent years, automation in pharmacy dispensing process has imparted numerous benefits to primary health care (PHCs).
Artificial Intelligence (AI) Gaining Massive Attention for Large-Scale Healthcare Automation
Cutting-edge technologies and new clinical protocols for mobile health have opened a new horizon in the healthcare automation market. In particular, artificial intelligence (AI) is gaining massive attention for large-scale healthcare automation. Healthcare professionals are leveraging robotic process automation (RPA) for automating clinician workflows. These are increasingly being integrated with medical record systems to harness the AI capabilities for diagnosis and treatment applications. Radiologists have massively benefitted from the automation of workflows. In the coming years. the healthcare automation market is anticipated to witness new frontiers in continued efforts to integrate RPA in clinical workflows. Moreover, continued efforts by stakeholders in the healthcare industry toward the integration of AI with EHR systems is expected to pave way to new avenues in the healthcare automation market in near future.
A number of other areas have emerged which seek to benefit from the workflow automation in the healthcare industry. Players in the healthcare automation market are exploring the capabilities of AI in population health and patient safety surveillance.
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Setting Correct and Achievable Goals Necessary for Aligning Automation Technologies with Objectives
However, products in the healthcare automation market have failed to realize its full potential, given the lack of clarity of goals for workflow automation for healthcare organizations. Broadly, not every workflow can be automated fully, and also goals must be aligned with the automation technologies. Thus, the healthcare systems are exhorting healthcare providers to adopt and implement strategies that help them objectively identify and select workflows that can be automated in clinical settings.
For instance, workflow automation must also give due consideration to the elements of communication and empathy patients expect from physicians. Several surveys in developed economies have hammered on such strategies among general practitioners. On the other hand of the spectrum, clinicians seek safe and accurate automated tools for boosting patient–doctor relation. The outcomes especially pertain to shortening the waiting time for outpatients, swift radiology services, and better decision making in case of emergencies.