Do any of your surgical programs use robotic implementations for surgery? I have read about some surgeons using it. It seems like the surgeons are trying to imply like they designed it or perfected it or something. In reality, all they do is purchase these prefabricated robotic systems from biomed companies. Strange how these surgeons are trying to steal credit for things that they really havent done. All the docs are doing is just learning how to use equipment that engineers design, yet if you read those articles they make it sound like the surgeons are pioneers or something. The people who designed it (whom are not MDs by the way) are the true pioneers. All the surgeons are doing is learning how to use equipment that other people designed, built and tested. Its important stuff, but too often the real innovators are left out of the limelight. This same thing is true for telemedicine. The doctors arent designing the systems, they are just hiring outside companies to set it up and maintain it. They dont know squat about how fiber optics technology works, but at all these academic programs they want us to believe that they are some kind of technology guru, when in reality they understand almost nothing about the technology.