Now the NHS eyes up robots to help clear Covid backlogs trends now

Now the NHS eyes up robots to help clear Covid backlogs trends now
Now the NHS eyes up robots to help clear Covid backlogs trends now

Now the NHS eyes up robots to help clear Covid backlogs trends now

Now the NHS eyes up robots to help clear Covid backlogs: Automated calls will be used to decide patient priority in the health service in bid to tackle 7m-strong waiting lists NHS is turning to an automated system to clear Covid backlogs  Plan could see more than 100,000 NHS workers being trained in coding 

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Robots will have the power to decide patient priority in the NHS after they are employed by the service to help clear the backlog of waiting lists.

Automated calls will be used by the health service to assess people waiting for operations and prioritise their urgency to speed up the handling of referrals.

The plan could see more than 100,000 NHS workers being trained in coding and boy creation to reduce the bureaucratic burden.

The NHS is turning to an automated system to clear Covid backlogs, speed up referral and improve patient care.

Automated calls will be used by the health service to assess people waiting for operations and prioritise their urgency to speed up the handling of referrals (stock photo)

Automated calls will be used by the health service to assess people waiting for operations and prioritise their urgency to speed up the handling of referrals (stock photo)

But the risk for error is very real after 1,800 patients were accidently wiped off one hospital list because the robot's

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