scholars indicate that the procedures and outcomes of the operations undertaken by robots are
rated to be of considerably exceptional character.
In all honesty, robots are expensive to adopt in the healthcare system of Australia.
However, like I earlier indicated, a system ought to have been assessed in relation to the possible
benefits and the cost of installing and operating the technology. Without considering the cost of
installing and running a robotic medical technology, they have been considered as intelligent
compared to human beings. Therefore, the cost may not be the only way of looking at the
advantageous or the disadvantage of the robotic system.
However, the good news is that the price of the software and the sensor that is used to
boost the capacity of the manner in which the robots work have continued to fall in terms of their
prices. It, therefore, spells that in the long run, the prices of robots too, and that of either
repairing, operating or installing one would significantly reduce. Logically, the fall in the price
installing, repairing and running medical robots would increase its affordability, therefore,
signaling a new healthcare system in Australia that is devoid of error and that is premised on
quality. The increased affordability of the robots is a positive report from the technology and the
market predictions because they will improve the quality of healthcare.
Additionally, the contemporary world is headed to the robotic medical treatments,
however, for one reason or the other, the robots cannot replace human. In this regard, there is a
sense of humanity that comes with being attended by a fellow human being. Considering that
human beings too have proved to make errors insofar operations are concerned, there has been an
invention that brings out a system that ensures that human beings and the robots work in
collaborations with each other. The system is an indication that medical treatments will gain a
significant impulse thereby increasing the quality of health. Similarly, to the affordability,