Operationalizing robotic surgery service lines with multiple da Vinci Surgical Systems

Tuesday, February 23rd, 2021 | 3:00 PM - 3:45 PM CT

Hospitals today are focusing on achieving four goals: aligning lower costs, improved outcomes, a better patient experience and improved provider satisfaction. Robotic-assisted surgery has become a focus in the current environment to enable patients minimally invasive surgery which often frees up hospital resources. With a number of programs now having multiple da Vinci systems, there are some considerations to make sure operations run effectively to maximize investments. This webinar will provide key insights into strategic initiatives that enable continued access to minimally invasive technology for surgeons and patients to achieve the four goals of the quadruple aim.

Learning Points:

  • Moving from a single system program to operationalizing a large fleet of robots
  • How to manage multiple robots in your OR: lessons learned from our experience
  • Setting strategies for the long term goals of your health system



Francesco Cascio (1)

Francesco Cascio

Director of System Robotics, Northwell Health (New York, NY)