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Unlocking efficiencies with digital workers: delivering the NHS long-term plan

Prior to Covid-19 the financial challenges facing the NHS were well documented. The NHS long-term plan set out proposals to transform the way that the NHS works in order to meet these challenges which are the result, in part, of increasing patient demand as well as workforce pressures. Meeting the challenge of the NHS long term plan continues alongside managing the on-going impact of Covid-19.

During this webinar we discuss the research we have been undertaking in partnership with the HFMA into how technology leaders are using the power of intelligent automation to tackle these issues.

By signing up to this webinar you agree to have your email address shared with Blue Prism. If you do not want your email address shared, please contact stephanie.zahorodnyj@hfma.org.uk
Recorded Nov 27 2020 64 mins
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James Davis, Director of Innovation, Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust & Philip Sheen, Head of Public Sector, Blue Prism
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