Robotic Surgery Is Coming, But You Will Need To Wait A Bit: Goldman SachsMark Melin
Society is reaching an automation inflection point as robotic surgery is set to introduce cost reductions and quality improvement to a sector where a highly skilled and educated workforce is the largest expense. The move comes as a demographic retirement bubble approaches.
Robotic surgery "remains in its infancy"
Robotics hit an inflection point in 2015, growing 43% year-over-year, a Goldman Sachs report noted. The market for robotics, however, “remain(s) in its . . .
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