How Wellend Health Will Revolutionize Telemedicine in 2015
On the south end of Australia sits a company that is driving efforts to end breast cancer and promote overall wellness – all via telemedicine.
In its newly established e-newsletter titled HOPE, Wellend Health will showcase groundbreaking facts, stories and information on women’s health.
Healthcare Global has reported on how telemedicine is driving change to the industry with major players such as Google entering the field, and Wellend Health is certain to spark change in Australia, as well.
Wellend Health was created to be a “place of wellness, not a place of illness” and the company is focused on “Helping you achieve a foundation of good health; firstly by getting your hormones in balance, and then by helping you incorporate simple and natural solutions into your daily life so that you feel well and stay well.”
These e-newsletters are sure to be a driving force in helping patients incorporate healthy changes into their daily lives. In fact, the company has already begun to make a dent in breast cancer education.
Led by Dr. Stephen Birrell – a highly regarded doctor and scientist who is also co-founder and medical director of the company – Wellend Health has created T+Ai therapy.
The treatment is directed at reducing breast density, which Dr. Birrell discovered to be linked to breast cancer. In T+Ai therapy, a personalized hormone supplement is implanted into the “fat” of the lower abdomen or lower hip that will slowly dissolve over four months.
By making individuals aware of related causes to life-threatening diseases, something as small as an e-newsletter can make all the difference to someone’s life.
To sign up for Wellend Health’s e-newsletter, click here.
OMNI: First-ever platform to launch citizen RPA developers
Robotic process automation (RPA) is the fastest growing segment of the enterprise software market due to its many benefits - from reducing manual errors to processing tasks faster. For businesses to truly benefit from this technology, RPA needs democratisation, and this is where citizen RPA development comes in.
Gartner describes a citizen RPA developer as "a user who creates new business applications for consumption by others using development and runtime environments sanctioned by corporate IT.” This could be anyone using IT tools and technology, not limited to IT specialists.
The work citizen RPA developers do spans from identifying automation opportunities to developing RPA architecture and solution proposals, focusing on scalability and extensibility. By deploying citizen RPA developers, organisations can enable enterprise automation and digital transformation on a much larger scale.
This is particularly beneficial for businesses struggling to undertake digital transformation, as a citizen RPA development programme can help drive adoption of automation as a strategic growth driver at multiple levels. With increased adoption, the cost of digital transformation becomes lower, increasing RoI.
Technology needs to be democratised – right from low-code and no-code platforms, business process modelling and identifying automation opportunities to decision-makers at all levels, creating a pool of early adopters. This group could comprise people across different functions, especially those who are aware of customer preferences, industry trends and end user experience.
But how can organisations harness the power of citizen RPA development? Step forward AiRo Digital Labs, a Chicago-headquartered global tech company.
AiRo provides innovative digital and automation solutions for the healthcare, pharmaceutical and life sciences sectors. In 2021 they launched OMNI, a subscription-based, SaaS platform to help clients accelerate their citizen RPA developer program and build digital centres of excellence (COE) within their organisation.
OMNI provides a personal RPA coach and virtual digital playground that helps enterprises rapidly build and scale automation, removing the risk of failure or talent gaps. The latter is key as research has shown that digitalisation is far more successful when championed by internal employees.
This has the added bonus of empowering employees - who will self-learn technologies including robotic process automation (RPA), artificial intelligence, machine learning, chatbots, and natural language processing (NLP), reducing the lead time for new applications and technology, as well as reducing technical gaps, making up for skills shortages and enabling their business to respond faster to critical market challenges. The virtual sandbox within OMNI gives access to all the major intelligent automation platforms where citizen RPA developers can build DIY digital prototypes. Additionally, they can access more than 150 digital assets within OMNI marketplace.
The platinum helpdesk of OMNI acts as your personal coach and is available 24 x 7 to address issues during the digital learning, prototype building, and digital governance journey.
Another key benefit is that it enables digitalisation to be bespoke to each organisation, compared to off-the-shelves initiatives plugged into the enterprise. Individual organisation's objectives decide the scope and size of the process.
As Gartner state, in today’s world of SaaS, cloud, low-code and “no-code” tools, everyone can be a developer.