Clinical Innovation Lead
"I came to Accenture with a Nursing degree. Who would have thought I’d become a Clinical Innovation Lead?"
Rostro Beringuela has always had a plan. He earned his BS Nursing degree as a stepping stone to either medical school or a career abroad. But he didn’t realize then that his skills would be valuable to a company like Accenture.
"I came to Accenture with a Nursing degree. Who would have thought I’d become a Clinical Innovation Lead? I don’t have deep technical skills, but it turns out you don’t need to be a programmer to help bring innovative ideas to life."
Rostro works with experts from various fields—process improvement, tech architecture, programming, analytics—to identify and design automation for Accenture's Health Management services.
"It’s Intelligent Operations at work: combining technology that can improve efficiency and productivity, with human strengths like creativity, judgement and leadership. In the end, we deliver great results for everyone.”
“Our Robo Operations, for example, reduces the time nurses spend on administrative work by automating information validation and other processes. Nurses can take on value-adding tasks that require clinical judgment, work that is highly specialized and more fitting to their roles.”
In our swiftly changing world, innovation is key to how Accenture solves the toughest challenges of businesses and organization. The company is quick to reward the efforts of innovators like Rostro and his team. In the last two years, their initiatives were recognized at prestigious internal programs.
Does Rostro ever regret not going to med school? “When I see how quickly the world is adopting technology, I feel like Accenture has prepared me for the future. I’m discovering and honing my inner talents. My supervisor and peers see my potential and push me to grow and apply my skills.”
“Nothing makes me feel more valued than knowing people here are helping me be a better version of myself.”
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