The Advantages of Robotics in Healthcare
In the medical field, robots are revolutionising surgery
Robotics and automation are also used in research laboratories to automate manual, repetitive, and high-volume tasks so that technicians and scientists can focus on more strategic tasks that lead to faster discoveries.
In the medical field, robots are revolutionising surgery, streamlining supply delivery and disinfection, and allowing providers to focus on engaging with and caring for patients.
Technology has enormous potential to speed up waiting times, eliminate process inefficiencies, and improve access to patient records. Having the technology itself, though, is not enough. The medicare system must overcome legacy infrastructure constraints if the threats to harnessing this technology enhance patient care. Healthcare infrastructure is an incredibly complex beast, often funded by multiple stakeholders with different vested interests and agendas, resulting in complex, legacy IT and outdated processes. This complexity is also the result of an incredibly fluid operating environment, which faces daily crises, and can afford little downtime (if any). But with highly available, integrated, scalable, resilient, and modernised infrastructure, technology can play a pivotal role in providing quality patient care.
Robotics in the medical field enables high-quality patient care, efficient clinical processes, and a safe environment for patients and healthcare workers.
High-Quality Patient Care
Streamlined Clinical Workflows
Safe Work Environment
We enable healthcare robotics solutions across a diverse hardware and software vendor ecosystem. A broad range of computing technologies with computer vision can support meeting the design needs of high-performance surgical-assistance technologies, mobile delivery and autonomous UV disinfection robots. Robots enable better patient monitoring, specialist consultation, enhanced social engagement, and more.