The no-collar workforce: Technology's impact on HR in health care
Life Sciences & Health Care
April 10 | 1 p.m. ET | 17:00 GMT
Host: Terry Hisey, principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP
1 Overview CPE credit | Specialized Knowledge
Within the life sciences and health care industry, technology is increasingly automating repetitive tasks. How will changes in technology transform traditional back-office functions and even clinical workflows? We'll discuss:
- The growing use of artificial intelligence, machine learning, and robotic process automation to streamline business functions and reduce costs.
- How these technologies will free up day-to-day activities, changing future workforce strategies and skill sets.
- Challenges to adoption, including costs, patient satisfaction, and resistance to change.
Participants will explore current and future use cases for robotics in health care and learn strategies to manage a changing workforce.
Is HR prepared to manage both man and machine? As automation, artificial intelligence, and cognitive technologies gain traction, companies may need to reinvent worker roles, assigning some to humans, others to machines, and still others to a hybrid model in which technology augments human performance.