Growth Opportunities in the Global Cloud-Based Medical Imaging Informatics Market

Growth Opportunities in the Global Cloud-Based Medical Imaging Informatics Market

A Nebulous Set of Applications Transforming into an Established Market Model

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27-Oct-2017
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Global
Research Code: K135-01-00-00-00
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As the cloud-based information technology (IT) model advances slowly in healthcare, following years of lasting apprehension and skepticism, it is pursuing its two-decades-long journey in the medical imaging field. Indeed, since the early 2000s, cloud-based solutions have provided a viable alternative to tape- and truck-based solutions for the long-term archival of medical image studies.

Since then, cloud-based solutions have continued to develop into more advanced use cases, despite the challenging nature of medical image data in terms of file sizes and user expectations. The conventional on-premises model, whereby every enterprise has to buy, operate and maintain its own IT solutions is proving to be unsustainable in the era of big data, short-sighted given the pace of IT innovations, irrelevant under the interoperability imperative, and not the wisest economic choice.

However, transitioning to a cloud-based imaging IT model is not an easy shift, whether for healthcare providers or for vendors who have to align with the new purchasing, business, management and governance models that this shift entails. This explains the widely varying levels of excitement and proactiveness with the cloud among vendors and providers.

Cloud-based medical imaging informatics, as a subset of the total medical imaging informatics market, is segmented by its key 4 applications, namely:
- Cloud-based image archiving, which has been advancing beyond “deep” archival to higher levels of accessibility
- Cloud-based image distribution (inter- and cross-enterprise image exchange, image-enabled electronic health records (EHRs), patient portals and healthcare information exchanges (HIEs))
- Cloud-based image diagnosis (RIS, PACS, Teleradiology, Reporting), which can completely replace core on-premises RIS/PACS solutions
- Cloud-based imaging analytics, with various types of applications across the clinical, operational and financial domains, which can be delivered on-demand as software-as-a-service as part of a cloud-based ecosystem or marketplace

The study scope is global, and covers revenue and adoption projections including highlights of major developments across key geographies, along with a detailed assessment of 15 top growth opportunities for the market, namely:
•     Risk Mitigation through Business Associate Agreements
•     Capitalizing on a Given Region or Country
•     Multi-Ology Imaging Alignment for Integrated Care Models
•     Efficiency in Emergency Patient Management
•     Dematerialized Image Sharing / CD Replacement
•     Virtualized, Seamless Cloud Medical Image Exchange
•     Diversification of Image Distribution Use Cases
•     Cloud-Enabled Intra-Enterprise Image Liquidity
•     Patient Engagement and Imaging Record Ownership
•     Operating an Online Marketplace Cloud Platform
•     Advanced SaaS Apps Delivered in Third-Party Platforms
•     Deep/Machine Learning for Cognitive Cloud Computing
•     Medical Imaging Clouds for Clinical Research
•     Image-Enabling Healthcare Information Exchanges
•     Participation in Industry Interoperability Initiatives

Table of Contents

Purpose of this Study

5 Step Process to Transformational Growth

Executive Summary: The Inevitable Shift of Enterprise IT to the Cloud

Executive Summary: Cloud-based Medical Imaging Informatics Advancing from Fragmentation to Integration

Cloud Imaging Informatics Adoption Across the Customer Spectrum

Cloud-based Medical Imaging Informatics Market Penetration

Cloud-based Medical Imaging Informatics Technology Landscape

Strategic Imperatives for Cloud-based Medical Imaging Informatics Vendors

Top Growth Opportunities for Cloud-based Medical Imaging Informatics Vendors

Scope and Segmentation

Background: The Pre-Cloud Era of Medical Imaging Informatics

Evolution of Customer Attitudes Regarding the Cloud in Medical Imaging

The Cloud in Medical Imaging Informatics: a Twenty-Year Journey

Evolution of Application Use Cases for the Cloud in Medical Imaging

Market Outlook: Five Relevant Healthcare Trends in the Future

Cloud-based Data Exchange in the Context of Healthcare Reform (U.S.)

Cloud-based Medical Imaging in the Content of Health Data Exchange (U.S.)

Background: the Medical Imaging Informatics Market

Market Segmentation and Definitions

Market Sub-segments

Segment Lifecycle Analysis

Cloud-based Medical Imaging Informatics 2016 Revenue Distribution Snapshot

Global Market Perspective

Market Drivers

Market Restraints

Market Opportunity Sizing for Cloud-based Medical Imaging Informatics

Quantitative Scope and Forecast Assumptions

Cloud-Based Imaging in the Context of Overall Healthcare Cloud Market

Cloud-based Medical Imaging Informatics Revenue Forecast

Cloud-based Medical Imaging Informatics Adoption Curve

Revenue Forecast

Revenue Forecast by Product Segment

Percent Revenue Distribution by Product Segment

Revenue Forecast by Geographical Region

Percent Revenue Distribution by Geographical Region

Price Points and Pricing Trends

Global Hot Spots for Cloud Infrastructure

Rapidly Emerging Hot Spots for Cloud Infrastructure

Merger, Acquisition, and Partnership Assessment: Large Groups

Merger, Acquisition, and Partnership Assessment: Mid-Size Vendors

Merger, Acquisition, and Partnership Assessment: Analysis

Cloud-based Medical Imaging Informatics Industry Landscape

Competitive Dynamics: Leading Cloud Imaging Informatics Vendors

Competitive Dynamics: Leading Imaging Informatics Vendors

Competitive Dynamics: Dedicated Cloud Imaging Informatics Vendors

Competitive Dynamics: Potential Game-Change by the Big Three

Cloud-based Image Exchange Competitive Assessment Framework

Cloud-based Image Exchange Select Vendor Positioning

Select Company Profiles Pertaining to Cloud-based Medical Imaging Informatics

Select Company Profiles Pertaining to Cloud-based Medical Imaging Informatics (continued)

Select Company Profiles Pertaining to Cloud-based Medical Imaging Informatics (continued)

Select Company Profiles Pertaining to Cloud-based Medical Imaging Informatics (continued)

Select Company Profiles Pertaining to Cloud-based Medical Imaging Informatics (continued)

Select Company Profiles Pertaining to Cloud-based Medical Imaging Informatics (continued)

Select Company Profiles Pertaining to Cloud-Based Medical Imaging Informatics (continued)

Other Notable Market Participants

Macro to Micro Visioning

Cloud Service Models: SaaS the Market Hotspot for Medical Imaging Informatics

Plotting Different Business Models: The Move to the Upper-Right Quadrant

Cloud-based Business Models

Up-and-Coming Innovation Opportunities in nvironments

Return on Investment (ROI) and Total Cost of Ownership (TCO)

Utilization Management via Reduction in Duplicate Imaging

2027 Vision: Convergence of Cloud and IoT

2027 Vision: Convergence of Cloud and Blockchain

2027 Vision: Convergence of Cloud and Interoperability Standards

Top Predictions for the Cloud-based Medical Imaging Informatics Market

Levers for Growth in Cloud-based Medical Imaging Informatics

Top Growth Opportunities for Cloud-based Medical Imaging Informatics Vendors

Growth Opportunity 1: Risk Mitigation through Business Associate Agreements

Illustration of Risk Mitigation through Business Associate Agreements

Growth Opportunity 2: Capitalizing on a Given Region or Country

Illustration of Capitalizing on a Given Region or Country

Growth Opportunity 3: Multi-Ology Imaging Alignment for Integrated Care Models

Illustration of Multi-Ology Imaging Alignment for Integrated Care Models

Growth Opportunity 4: Efficiency in Emergency Patient Management

Illustration of Efficiency in Emergency Patient Management

Growth Opportunity 5: Dematerialized Image Sharing/Compact Disk (CD) Replacement

Illustration of Dematerialized Image Sharing/CD Replacement

Growth Opportunity 6: Virtualized, Seamless Cloud Medical Image Exchange

Illustration of Virtualized, Seamless Cloud Medical Image Exchange

Growth Opportunity 7: Diversification of Image Distribution Use Cases

Illustration of Diversification of Image Distribution Use Cases

Growth Opportunity 8: Cloud-enabled Intra-enterprise Image Liquidity

Illustration of Cloud-enabled Intra-enterprise Image Liquidity

Growth Opportunity 9: Patient Engagement and Imaging Record Ownership

Illustration of Patient Engagement and Imaging Record Ownership

Growth Opportunity 10: Operating an Online Marketplace Cloud Platform

Illustration of Operating an Online Marketplace Cloud Platform

Growth Opportunity 11: Advanced SaaS Apps Delivered in Third-Party Platforms

Illustration of SaaS Apps Delivered in Third-Party Platforms

Growth Opportunity 12: Deep/Machine Learning for Cognitive Cloud Computing

Illustration of Deep/Machine Learning for Cognitive Cloud Computing

Growth Opportunity 13: Medical Imaging Clouds for Clinical Research

Illustration of Medical Imaging Clouds for Clinical Research

Growth Opportunity 14: Image-enabling Healthcare Information Exchanges

Illustration of Image-enabling Healthcare Information Exchanges

Growth Opportunity 15: Participation in Industry Interoperability Initiatives

Illustration of Participation in Industry Standardization Initiatives

Growth Opportunities 1-15: Vision and Strategy

Growth Opportunities Matrix

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