An area of possible robotization is checking contractual as well as insurance expiry deadlines. For example, when a policy expires, the right software can send a prompt containing such information as a phone number an email address.
The robots can support companies and other institutions in managing their calendars and schedules. They will be particularly helpful in the medical sector and the everyday work of hospitals and other health care facilities.
In addition to diagnosis based on X-rays and blood count, robotization also enables the transfer of laboratory tests results to a database, from where they will be automatically sent directly to the patients or transferred to their profiles created in the system.
RPA is widely used in the logistics and freight forwarding and logistics industry. Robots can, among other things, plan and track shipments, update order status and secure proofs of delivery.
In addition to the traditional classification of laboratory test results, robots and their algorithms can be used to filter test results for specific diseases.
The care of patients who have had a period of hospitalization can be improved by automatically sending the necessary information and recommendations electronically, which would be approved in advance by their attending physician.
Elements of artificial intelligence are also used in medicine, supporting healthcare professionals in diagnostics and inpatient prioritization.