Why clinical workflow automation is gaining momentum

Healthcare organizations are wrestling with the ability to deliver high-quality, complex care while dealing with rising labor costs, clinician burnout and staffing shortages. 

The growing complexity of care increases the communication and documentation burden on staff. This is why clinical workflow automation is gaining momentum — and why its adoption is expected to double from 2022 to 2024. 
In collaboration with Becker's Healthcare, OmniLife Health conducted its inaugural clinical workflow automation benchmark survey, which elicited responses from 99 C-suite, clinical, transplant leaders and other decision-makers about where their organizations stand on implementing this critical technology. 

Key learnings: 
  • How clinical workflow automation software can help improve efficiency and save staff time 
  • How the software can improve revenue capture by providing documentation needed for reimbursement. 
  • How healthcare organizations can use the software in a variety of clinical areas 

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