Bumrungrad International Hospital in Thailand was able to bolster safety, reduce patient expenses and handle 3,000 to 4,000 people a day, up from about 1,500 a decade ago, after deploying electronic systems to manage records, prescriptions and bills. Automation has "made a significant difference" in the facility, allowing clinicians to enhance care delivery and eliminate duplicate procedures, said Chang Foo, Bumrungrad's chief technology officer.

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