Thank you @ManishGrover it was very thorough and informative.
I have experimented with TagUI RPA Library written in Python, sponsored and supported by the AI Singapore Makerspace but written by Ken Soh.
One of the key attractants to me is the Open Source nature of this library, as it allows rapid experimentation without signing up to or engaging with any vendor RPA platform. TagUI is an extensible, and flexible tool.
It is interesting to think about the Health system behind the process that you articulated, and clearly it is well-defined, mature and under constant development, unlike New Zealand, as a whole. I wonder if the use of Daml, RPA and Open Source could drive faster innovation in smaller nation Health systems, than the current adhoc, piecemeal vendor approaches?
Do you have any operational feedback from this process?