Since the advent of surgical robots almost 20 years ago, staying apace with innovation felt like the space race. For the first decade, robots were cutting edge and served as major market differentiators for only the most advanced facilities with the capital to buy them and the highly skilled physicians to use them. But over the last decade, the surgical market has settled, and robots are often viewed as a cost of doing business. Below, we've listed three major trends in the robotic surgery market and outlined how you can respond to this changing landscape.
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