With record staffing shortages thanks to COVID-induced shifts in the workforce, more and more companies are turning to robotics, automation, and innovation to bridge the gap and reduce strain on employees. As robotics and automation become more mainstream, society is beginning to imagine what the world could look like in the future – as automated tech is further developed and integrated into our lives.
In the healthcare industry, robotics plays a prominent and rapidly expanding role. As demands on pharmacies increase, automation solutions are essential to create the time that pharmacy staff need to ensure they’re available to assist patients, focus on clinical initiatives, and take on other programs that will bring in revenue and value. The pandemic created an escalation in the automation and robotics industry, where an intersection of willingness to adopt and a critical need to make things happen faster occurred, expanding upon and expediting prior concepts. Creating something that people are willing and able to use, and benefit from, can ultimately change the world.
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