Re: "lack judgement,.. touch isn't as refined.., they're expensive,.. lack the ability to improvise.
I agree with Nattrash.
It is not possible to reduce medicine to a set of rigid algorithms, there is just too much variation from the textbook cases.
Doctors, surgeons and other medical professionals are not just trying to protect their jobs or act like luddites when confronted by this new tech.
There is a genuine fear that patient outcomes will worsen, or patients will be harmed by either mis-diagnosis, or inappropriate or misguided surgical procedures, because these medical AIs do not take into account the infinite variety of human conditions.
As someone who was for many years a paramedic, I know there are times when you have to ignore what your training teaches you to expect and just make an intuitive decision based on experience to ascertain what's wrong with a patient.
There is, I'm sure, an overwhelming body of evidence for patients who do not show symptoms, or present with incorrect symptoms of their illness or injury, unfortunately this evidence is probably mostly anecdotal, and therefore dismissed as irrelevant by those who write the algorithms for medical AIs.