And the procedures performed by their robots increase surgery time, increase risk to patient due to additional anesthesia requirements, but ehhhhh! Doctors/hospitals make more money, who cares about patient safety. and now, robotic surgery has no real advantage over manual surgery! So what's the justification for choosing robotic? I am Confused
Yes, you are confused. Shorter hospital stays and recovery times plus significantly less traumatic surgeries.
Surgeries through small openings are much less time critical than traditional open surgeries.
"the procedures performed by their robots increase surgery time, increase risk to patient due to additional anesthesia requirements"
Can you back that up, or are you just making things up? I think your either a fool or a liar - which is it?
BTW: Be ready for CMS announcement soon, they will not pay premium prices for this surgery!!!!
Oh NO, how can the hospital administration try to show ROI, if they can make the same profit using standard surgery procecces??
Wow...I'm really scared now!! So, why don't you put your mouth where your money is, and go stand out in front of the hospital with a warning sign? Wouldn't that be much more effective than a Stock Message Board?