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Leveraging Automation to Ease COVID-19 Challenges | Episode 14 | Listen Here

As medical and clinical challenges subside over the coming weeks, healthcare organizations will be facing a new normal in terms of financial and operational tasks. This discussion focuses on areas where automation can be used to alleviate challenges across the revenue cycle space related to COVID-19. Chris Schuette, Intalere’s Products Owner of Automation and Business Systems shares how automation alternatives can help deliver direct profitability back into your facility while streamlining workflows and easing the burden on employees.

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