The NHS are seeking choice in the systems they use and for their data to be transferrable between those differing solutions, without the need for manual intervention and rekeying.
This backdrop creates the opportunity to introduce the most up-to-date technology to automate traditional NHS business processes enabling any subsequent time and financial savings to be redirected into other areas including patient care.
Whilst automation has already started to replace many paper-based manual processes, helping forward-thinking NHS organisations to save money and make better use of their workforce, the introduction of robotics promises even greater opportunities for wide-scale efficiencies.
In partnership with University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust, Liaison Workforce has developed a robotics solution for automating the process of creating. shifts in TempRE direct from the trusts e-Rostering system. This has enabled the trust to reduce their operating costs and drive efficiencies through the adoption of this intelligent
The use of this technology has allowed University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust to:
The intelligent automation technology automates repetitive tasks with pre-defined rules. For that reason, the robotics tool Liaison Workforce deploys also has intelligence capabilities, which will enable the Trust to automate not only repetitive tasks but also take advantage of the latest artificial intelligence and machine learning, which will support them making better decisions, faster and with less effort.
65% saving in handling times: releasing staff from repetitive, high-volume manual administrative work to focus on more valuable and rewarding activities.
90% reduction in runtime: processes operate up to 90% quicker than a member of staff giving substantial productivity savings.
100% accuracy: removing the risk of human mistakes and ensuring zero errors
As interoperability remains a top priority of NHS IT leaders, University Hospitals Birmingham will continue to lead the way with an innovative and intelligent solution which benefits both the Trust and its staff.
University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust
Automate the process of creating shifts