Medical Imaging & Informatics
28 Apr 2023  |  North America
New Business Models, Marketplace Platforms, and Cloud based Solutions Register Increased Implementations
The global medical imaging equipment and informatics market is experiencing a surge in innovative manufacturing and supply chain management techniques that enable the uninterrupted supply of imaging equipment. In addition, cloud-based artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities, advanced analytics, and AI/machine learning drive the adoption of enterp...
17 Apr 2023  |  Asia Pacific
Focus on Domestic Manufacturing, Mobile Imaging, and Accessibility Solutions Create New Growth Opportunities
The Asia-Pacific medical imaging and informatics market revenue is forecast to increase by 11.4% in 2023, mainly driven by the high procurement of medical imaging equipment and radiology IT solutions in the informatics sector. Large hospitals widely adopt digital radiography and ultrasound systems as the devices are operator-dependent and need a sk...
08 Feb 2023  |  North America
Conventional Medical Imaging Informatics Shifts to AI-based Consolidated Solutions
Medical imaging informatics solution deployment is shifting from the on-premises model to a cloud-based infrastructure. The conventional on-premises model, which requires every enterprise to buy, operate, and maintain its own cumbersome IT infrastructure and solutions, proves unsustainable in the era of big data. It is also short-sighted given the ...
28 Sep 2022  |  North America
Innovative Business Models Lead the Shift from Hospitals to Non-hospital Outpatient Imaging Facilities
This study addresses the current shift from in-hospital settings to non-hospital or outpatient settings for medical imaging service providers in the US and EU. The focus is on X-ray, ultrasound, mammography, MRI, and imaging IT solutions delivered in outpatient settings, such as ambulatory surgery centers (ASCs), independent imaging diagnostic cent...
01 Apr 2022  |  North America
Smart Manufacturing and Cloud-based AI Solutions will Drive Market Growth and the Efficiency of Medical Imaging and Informatics
The global medical imaging and informatics market is experiencing significant changes with the emergence of advanced technologies, the changing consumer landscape and priorities, consolidation among radiology practices, mergers and acquisitions, portability, regulatory and reimbursement changes, smart manufacturing, local and global manufacturing, ...
16 Feb 2022  |  North America
Development of Novel Radiopharmaceuticals and Technical Advancements in AI and Hybrid Systems Fuel the Growth Pipeline
This research study presents an analysis of and growth opportunities for the global molecular imaging (MI) equipment market. It offers an in-depth analysis of the current trends, market size, revenue forecast (2022–2026), and market penetration of PET/CT, PET/MRI, SPECT, and SPECT/CT systems. Each year, more than 36 million MI procedures are p...
14 Feb 2022  |  North America
Portable Point-of-Care Systems and an Increase in Cardiac and Neuro Imaging Accelerate MRI Procedures across Regions
This research service provides an analysis of the procedure volumes and reimbursement trends for heart and lung imaging using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). Growth opportunities in terms of clinical applications and technologies are provided as well as an overview of unit shipment and revenue forecasts at the global level from 2019 to 2026. Reim...
31 Jan 2022  |  Asia Pacific
New Business Models Overcome Budget Restrictions to Enable Equipment Purchase and Management
In this report, Frost & Sullivan analyzes emerging business models in the medical imaging industry in Asia-Pacific, focusing on India, Australia, Vietnam, Indonesia, and Singapore. Conventional business models that focus on selling products based on specification superiority or unique selling propositions are forecast to slow down. Requirement chan...
24 Jan 2022  |  North America
Demand for Pulmonary and Abdomen-based Imaging Accelerating the Growth of CT Procedures
An estimated 375 million computed tomography (CT) procedures are carried out globally, increasing at 3% to 4% every year. While the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020 led to a drop in CT procedures by over 20%, the industry is expected to be completely functional by the end of 2021. Pandemic-based sanitization protocols and patient hesitancy remain restrain...
01 Jul 2021  |  North America
Increased Demand and Purchase Parameters on Multivariate Trends Propel Transformational Growth
An estimated 375 million computed tomography (CT) procedures are carried out globally, increasing annually by 3%â€“4%. CT has become an indispensable tool in illness diagnosis and management, playing an instrumental role in COVID-19 management. The dynamic CT industry involves many participants introducing technological innovations frequently ...