Medical Robotics Drives Changes in Global Healthcare Industry, According to Cutting-Edge Report by MarketsandMarkets Available at

28 Apr 2016 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – Medical robotics is recognised as an emerging field in the world healthcare industry, which has provoked a paradigm shift as it considerably improves the quality of patient care. In the near future, the adoption of medical robots will likely gain traction in various sectors of the healthcare industry stimulated by rising demand for technologically advanced robots, shortage of healthcare professionals, demographic changes, need to improve existing surgical procedures as well as need to improve quality of life for elderly and disabled.

To facilitate the access to this expensive technology, producers of medical robots have been offering different financing options to the healthcare providers, including pay-per-use scheme, leasing, bundled payments, expanded payment terms, rental agreements, amid others. Moreover, producing companies are coming up with low-cost products like Zeno R 25 and SurgiBot. In addition, some producers offer differential pricing across different regions. For example, Europe as a price sensitive market is offered the da Vinci robot at discounted price.

New report “Medical Robots Transforming Healthcare: Pricing & Cost-Benefit Assessment” by MarketsandMarkets provides deep insights into the world medical robotics marketplace, uncovers data on the prevailing and emerging trends and discusses the major growth opportunities. It contains reliable info on production, demand, prices and the market volume, value and shares. The study presents a detailed assessment of the market segmentation by geography, product and application. Furthermore, it characterizes the competitive pressures and profiles the dominant market participants. Future forecasts for the world medical robots market are also at hand in the report.

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