Accelerating the Cancer Pathway through Intelligent Automation

An on-demand version of this webinar is available.

There are myriad challenges in cancer care and treatment, but none is greater than that of the workforce. As we explore solutions, Intelligent Automation (IA) is emerging as a genuine gamechanger for the cancer pathway, automating critical labour-intensive manual tasks, resulting in freeing up time for healthcare professionals to focus on human-centred patient care. 

This webinar featured case studies from those working on the ground, and will explore how IA can: 

  • Optimise navigation across multiple, disparate systems, releasing time and accelerating pathways 
  • Provide ‘digital workers’ to alleviate workforce pressure from increased activity and the challenge of recruiting and retaining staff 
  • Improve Cancer Outcome Dataset reporting and meeting Faster Diagnostic Standards 
  • Support MDT meeting preparation and actioning outcomes 
  • Speed up tracking of diagnostic testing improving 62 day wait time performance 
  • Build capacity and resilience 
  • Support better communication and collaboration 

 With plenty of time for questions and discussion, we will take a deep dive into how intelligent automation technology can accelerate organisational value quickly and demonstrate the holistic benefits (for patients, healthcare professionals, the system, and society as a whole) which can be realised both rapidly and cost-effectively. 

Speakers include: 

Ben Glover

Ben Clover, Bureau chief and webinar chair, HSJ 
Karen Gorman
Karen Gorman. Head of UK Healthcare, SS&C blueprism  
Martin O'Callahan
Martin O’Callaghan, Cancer Services Manager, Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
Femi Odewale, Managing Director, North East London Cancer Alliance 

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