Healthcare, the world's largest industry, is transforming faster than ever. The focus on outcomes based medicine and optimal health management of populations will result in major seismic shifts. Modernization and reform measures are being employed globally by public and private sector organizations to meet the growing need for healthcare. New technologies are being created, offering enormous promise to improve care delivery.
Our Transformational Health practice serves all key industry stakeholders through partnership models that provide access to high-quality content and our global team of industry experts. The practice includes Visionary Health, Life Sciences, Advanced Medical Technologies and Connected Health, focusing on evolving healthcare technologies and covering the entire industry spectrum
13 Jul 2022  |  North America
Digital Partnerships Focused on Drug Discovery and Development Drive Future Growth Potential
This research service offers comprehensive discussions about the key approvals, mergers and acquisitions, product licensing deals, and digital partnerships of the pharmaceutical industry in 2022. A renewed focus on operational excellence and digital transformation will push top-line pharmaceutical industry growth and drive strong partnerships with ...$2,450.00
30 Apr 2021  |  North America
Agnostic Vaccine Platform Technology Enhancing Future Growth Potential of Participants in the Value Chain
This study by Frost & Sullivans Healthcare and Life Sciences team provides critical insights into the US COVID-19 vaccines and therapeutics market, including developing vaccines, supply chain considerations, and requirements to manage distribution. The study also identifies actionable and profitable growth opportunities for industry participants. T...$2,450.00
27 Jan 2021  |  North America
Efficiency Tools and Workflow Optimization to Drive Future Growth Potential
The medical imaging and informatics industry is evolving, with vendors launching new products and solutions every other day. As the reimbursement environment transitions from fee-for-service to value-based payment, vendors business models and value propositions are changing. New evidence on the use of specific imaging techniques is influencing chan...$7,500.00
24 Jan 2014  |  Global
Brands Evaluated, Purchasing Trends Identified
The primary aim of this study is to establish the size of laboratory budgets for the purchasing of products in 7 categories and the baselines for developing trends (2013 to 2014). Additionally, this research investigates the factors that drive selection of laboratory products and how these products are associated with factors driving selection. Ove...
11 Jul 2013  |  North America
Determining Brand Perceptions and Preferences
The primary objective of this research is to assess the behavior of North American radiology directors as well as their preferences regarding radiology departments use of medical imaging equipment and services. Supporting the primary objective, this research will also: determine titles of medical equipment purchasers (executives, directors, and man...
10 May 2013  |  North America
A Study of Customer Perceptions and Purchase Intentions in Hospitals
This is a repackaging of this research deliverable. During the fourth quarter of 2009, Frost & Sullivan conducted a Customer Research project titled Medical Imaging IT Middleware: A Study of Customer Perceptions and Purchase Intentions in the U.S. Hospital Market. The study aimed to provide the vendors developing, selling, and implementing medical ...