Assessing the Total U.S. Radiology Informatics Market Opportunity

 

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The market opportunity for radiology informatics is dominated by the core image and information management systems. However, several other radiology informatics solutions also contribute to this market opportunity. This market insight aims to provide a top-level view of the total revenue opportunity for radiology informatics solutions along with analysis of the technological components of the radiology workflow and the radiology image lifecycle including speech recognition and dictation, advanced visualization and image analytics, or storage and archiving hardware and services.

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Assessing the Total U.S. Radiology Informatics Market OpportunityBeyond Core IT Systems, Evaluating the Size and Growth Trends of Each Market SegmentU.S. Radiology Informatics Market Overview Stand-alone Radiology PACS and Clinical ApplicationsSingle-vendor Integrated RIS-PACS SolutionsStand-alone RISSpeech Recognition and Reporting SolutionsAdvanced Visualization and Image AnalyticsThird-party Vendor Neutral ArchivesStorage and Archiving Hardware and ServicesImage Exchange and Other IT Middleware SolutionsThe Last WordThe Frost & Sullivan Story




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