Global Mobile Medical Imaging Technology Innovations and Growth Opportunities

Global Mobile Medical Imaging Technology Innovations and Growth Opportunities

Portable Scanners Democratize Medical Imaging, Enabling Faster Disease Diagnosis and Improving Patient Health Outcomes

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29-Dec-2021
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Research Code: DA2E-01-00-00-00
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The use of medical imaging techniques, including ultrasound, computed tomography (CT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), and X-ray scans, is a vital element of medical practice due to their ability to confirm the diagnosis of any condition in the patients. However, traditional medical imaging platforms have to be fixed in a dedicated space in the medical facility, are expensive, and require considerable installation time. These limitations necessitate the development of novel mobile medical imaging systems that offer greater flexibility and cost-effective solutions for health professionals to perform diagnostic imaging in different clinical settings and provide greater convenience to patients.

This GO-TE report has a global scope and covers innovations in mobile medical imaging systems, including mobile ultrasound scanners, CT scanners, X-ray scanners, and MRI scanners. It studies some of the path-breaking innovators in this space and the technology readiness levels.

Frost & Sullivan investigated notable government and private funding activities and discussed mobile medical imaging systems' growth opportunities. We also highlight critical patents filed by technology developers in the last three years.

Table of Contents

1.1 The Strategic Imperative 8™Factors Creating Pressure on Growth in the Mobile Medical Imaging Systems Industry

1.2 The Strategic Imperative 8™

1.3 The Impact of the Top Three Strategic Imperatives on the Mobile Medical Imaging Systems Industry

1.4 Growth Opportunities Fuel the Growth Pipeline Engine™

2.1 Research Scope: Questions the Research Will Answer

2.2 Research Methodology

3.1 Limitations of Traditional Medical Imaging Systems

3.2 Benefits of Mobile Medical Imaging Systems

3.3 Impact of Drivers and Restraints

3.4 Growth Drivers

3.5 Growth Restraints

3.6 Technology Segmentation

4.1 Mobile Ultrasound Scanners

4.2 Benefits of Mobile Ultrasound Scanners

4.3 Applications of Mobile Ultrasound Scanners

5.1 Mobile CT Scanners

5.2 Benefits of Mobile CT Scanners

5.3 Applications of Mobile CT Scanners

6.1 Mobile X-ray Scanners

6.2 Benefits of Mobile X-ray Scanners

6.3 Applications of Mobile X-ray Scanners

7.1 Mobile MRI Scanners

7.2 Benefits of Mobile MRI Scanners

7.3 Applications of Mobile MRI Scanners

8.1.1 EchoNous Inc., United States

8.1.2 Clarius Mobile Health Corp., United States

8.2.1 Siemens Healthineers AG, Germany

8.2.2 NeuroLogica Corporation, United States

8.3.1 Fujifilm Corporation, Japan

8.3.2 itie Knowledge Solutions Pvt Ltd, India

8.4.1 Hyperfine Research Inc, Connecticut, United States

8.4.2 Voxelgrids Innovations Pvt Ltd, India

9.1 Analysis of the National Institutes of Health’s (NIH) Funding for Mobile Medical Imaging Systems

9.2 Analysis of Government Agencies’ Funding for Mobile Medical Imaging Systems

9.3 Funding Assessment for Mobile Medical Imaging Systems

10.1 Growth Opportunity 1: Use of Single-exposure Dual-energy-subtraction X-ray Technology

10.1 Growth Opportunity 1: Use of Single-exposure Dual-energy-subtraction X-ray Technology (continued)

10.2 Growth Opportunity 2: Deployment of Photon-counting Computed Tomography (PCCT) Technology

10.2 Growth Opportunity 2: Deployment of PCCT Technology (continued)

10.3 Growth Opportunity 3: Focus on Use of Mobile Stroke Units

10.3 Growth Opportunity 3: Focus on Use of Mobile Stroke Units (continued)

11.1 Growing Interest for Developing Mobile Medical Imaging Systems

11.2 Mobile Ultrasound Scanner Patents

11.3 Mobile CT Scanner Patents

11.4 Mobile X-ray Scanner Patents

11.5 Mobile MRI Scanner Patents

12.1 Key Contacts

13.1 Your Next Steps

13.2 Why Frost, Why Now?

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The use of medical imaging techniques, including ultrasound, computed tomography (CT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), and X-ray scans, is a vital element of medical practice due to their ability to confirm the diagnosis of any condition in the patients. However, traditional medical imaging platforms have to be fixed in a dedicated space in the medical facility, are expensive, and require considerable installation time. These limitations necessitate the development of novel mobile medical imaging systems that offer greater flexibility and cost-effective solutions for health professionals to perform diagnostic imaging in different clinical settings and provide greater convenience to patients. This GO-TE report has a global scope and covers innovations in mobile medical imaging systems, including mobile ultrasound scanners, CT scanners, X-ray scanners, and MRI scanners. It studies some of the path-breaking innovators in this space and the technology readiness levels. Frost & Sullivan investigated notable government and private funding activities and discussed mobile medical imaging systems' growth opportunities. We also highlight critical patents filed by technology developers in the last three years.
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Author Neeraj Nitin Jadhav
Industries Healthcare
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