Analysis of the North American Cardiovascular Image and Information Management Systems Market

Assessing Growth Trends in Cardiology PACS and Integrated CVIS

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This study covers the North American market for cardiovascular image and information management systems including cardiology picture archiving and communication systems (C-PACS) and cardiovascular information systems (CVIS) by examining drivers and restraints, revenue, units, and pricing forecasts as well as technology trends, procedure volumes, regulatory forces, and customer demand. Market revenue is forecasted across market sub-segments such as the various imaging modalities comprising the cardiovascular care continuum, various customer segments making up the total market, and various solution types presenting distinct market opportunities. The base year is 2010, and forecasts are made until 2017.

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Analysis of the North American Cardiovascular Image and Information Management Systems Market , North American Cardiovascular Image and Information Management Systems MarketTotal North American Cardiovascular Image and Information Management Systems MarketExecutive SummaryMarket OverviewMarket Overview—DefinitionsMarket Overview—Key Questions This Study Will AnswerMarket Overview—SegmentationMarket Overview—Revenue SegmentationExternal Challenges: Drivers and Restraints—Total CIIMS MarketDrivers and RestraintsDrivers ExplainedRestraints ExplainedForecast and Trends—Total Cardiology PACS and Integrated CVIS MarketMarket Engineering MeasurementsForecast Assumptions Total Cardiology PACS and Integrated CVIS Market: Revenue Forecast Revenue Forecast DiscussionTotal Cardiology PACS and Integrated CVIS Market Percent Revenue Forecast by RegionRegional Revenue Forecast DiscussionForecast and Trends by Imaging ModalityMarket Overview—Segmentation by Imaging Modality Revenue Forecast by Imaging ModalityImaging Modality Revenue Forecast Discussion: EchocardiographyImaging Modality Revenue Forecast Discussion: Cardiac and Vascular CatheterizationImaging Modality Revenue Forecast Discussion: Nuclear CardiologyImaging Modality Revenue Forecast Discussion: Cardiovascular CT and MRImaging Modality Revenue Forecast Discussion: Vascular and Intravascular UltrasoundImaging Modality Revenue Forecast Discussion: Pediatric ApplicationsForecast and Trends by Solution ComponentMarket Overview—Segmentation by Solution ComponentRevenue Forecast by Solution ComponentSolution Component Revenue Forecast Discussion—Software LicensingSolution Component Revenue Forecast Discussion—Hardware Equipment and Professional ServicesSolution Component Revenue Forecast Discussion—Maintenance and SupportForecast and Trends by Solution TypeMarket Overview—Segmentation by Solution TypeRevenue Forecast by Solution TypeSingle-modality Solutions Market—DiscussionBasic Multi-modality Solutions Market—DiscussionAdvanced Multi-modality Solutions Market—DiscussionForecast and Trends by Contract TypeMarket Overview—Segmentation by Contract TypeUnit Shipment for Net New and Replacement ContractsDemand AnalysisDemand Analysis—Cardiology Practice DemographicsDemand Analysis—Non-Imaging Modality IntegrationMarket Overview—Segmentation by Facility TypeHospital C-PACS and Integrated CVIS Market Discussion Hospital C-PACS and Integrated CVIS Market Penetration AnalysisNon-Hospital C-PACS and Integrated CVIS Market Discussion Procedure Volumes AnalysisTotal Cardiology PACS and Integrated CVIS Market Share and Competitive AnalysisIndustry Landscape for the Cardiology PACS and Integrated CVIS Market Competitive Analysis—Revenue Market Share Selected Competitors SWOT AnalysisThe Last Word (Conclusions and Implications)The Last Word—Three Big PredictionsAppendixAppendix




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