For governments: create quality standards and a regulatory framework which are applicable to and obligatory for the entire healthcare sector, as well as the appropriate incentives for adopting new approaches.
For healthcare professionals
For healthcare professionals: understand how AI and robotics have the potential to work for and with them in a medical setting as well as throughout the healthcare eco-system, and be open to change. If clinicians will not be as good at monitoring, diagnosis, decision making or surgery, then what is the unique role for the human, and how can they prepare for it?
For patients and the general public: become more accustomed to artificial intelligence and robots and discover its benefits for themselves.
For decision-makers at healthcare institutions: develop an evidence base, measure the success and the effectiveness of the new technology; phased implementation, prioritise and focus on what consumers want and need.
For private sector
For the private sector developing AI and robotics solutions: In essence, by providing AI and robotic driven solutions, the private sector has the opportunity to disrupt healthcare for the good.