Effects of PACS on the U.S. Radiology Information Systems Market for Hospitals

 


This report analyzes the radiology information systems market in U.S. hospitals. It forecasts the future outlook for the RIS market with respect to its combined sales potential with the Picture Archive Communications Systems (or PACS) market. Market size,annual growth rates, demand and sales analysis, market saturation by end user, buyer profile by hospital type and size, growth of ASP vs. client server technology, level of new product compliance with IHE standards, marketshare by segment category, analysis of future integrated RIS/PACS marketshare and sales potential, market engineering measurements by segment category, and Frost & Sullivan Market Engineering Awards.

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Effects of PACS on the U.S. Radiology Information Systems Market for Hospitals, Executive SummaryMarket OverviewExecutive Summary PresentationTotal Analysis of the Radiology Information Systems MarketOverview of the Radiology Information Systems MarketIntroductionMethodology of ResearchMarket DriversMarket RestraintsChallengesMarket Engineering AnalysisStrategic RecommendationsForecasts and TrendsRevenue ForecastsRIS and PACS Demand AnalysisRIS and PACS Sales AnalysisTechnology TrendsCurrent Level of IHE Standards ComplianceCompetitive AnalysisCompetitive StructureMarket Share Analysis for RIS OnlyMarket Share Analysis for PACS OnlyMarket Share Outlook for Integrated RIS/PACS SalesFrost & Sullivan Market Engineering AwardsMerger and Acquisition Strategy- Agfa GroupMarket Engineering Leadership- Cerner CorporationMarket Penetration- MeditechTechnology Innovation- GE Medical Systems




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