Medical Imaging & Informatics
06 Nov 2017  |  North America
With Minimal Technological Differentiation, Stake Holders Focus on Value Based Products and Operational Expenditure Models
The study aims to analyze and forecast the Computed Tomography market in North America (the United States and Canada), Europe and Asia-Pacific countries for 2016. Research Scope: Market trends (Utilization of conventional and emerging clinical applications, growth indicators, factors influencing ROI, critical unmet needs and potential game changi...
28 Sep 2017  |  Europe
An Established Market for Multivendor Services Ripe for Progressive Managed Contracts
This research study focuses on the drive to operationalize capital and service costs favoring non-conventional business models (MES and MVS) in Italy over traditional capital-intensive purchasing and service models. The study also features a detailed elaboration on the legacy of public-private partnerships (PPP), framework agreement case studies, m...
22 Aug 2017  |  North America
A Prime Area for Multi-Modality Convergence Forming the Next Growth Segment in Medical Imaging
Medical imaging and informatics research service from the Transformational Health practice highlights the evolving trends and innovations in Image-Guided Therapy (IGT). As the fields of interventional imaging, minimally-invasive interventions, and image-guided surgery (IGS) continue to mature, the next step forward in the development of advanced tr...
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08 Aug 2017  |  North America
Growth Opportunities in Image Guidance will Drive Interventional X-rays (IXR) in the Billion-dollar Imaging Market
The study aims to analyze and forecast the Interventional X-ray market in the United States, Europe, and select Asia-Pacific countries for 2016. Research Scope: Market trends (utilization of conventional and emerging clinical applications, growth indicators, factors influencing ROI, critical unmet needs and potential game changing strategies, gr...
13 Jul 2017  |  Asia Pacific
Policies, Disruption, and the Future of Medical Imaging
The study aims to analyze and forecast the healthcare imaging market in China (2017–2021). Research scope: Market trends, competitive structure, market metrics, market share, revenues, strategy, and government policies and initiatives. Regional scope: China (excluding Hong Kong) The study includes in-depth analysis of government-driven reforms...
26 Apr 2017  |  Europe
Top Trending Themes, Modality Trends, and Vendor Highlights from the ECR17
The 2017 European Congress of Radiology (ECR) conference and the exhibition show floor brought together industry participants, radiologists, clinical application specialists, academics, medical professionals, care providers, and a host of other imaging stakeholders to showcase the latest in radiology as well as discuss the challenges the industry f...
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24 Mar 2017  |  Asia Pacific
With Heavy Competition and Demand, Business Models are Transitioning to Value-based Solutions
The study aims to analyze and forecast the digital and computed radiography market in Thailand, Indonesia, and Malaysia. Research Scope Market trends (penetration of DR and CR, future prospects, company profile, competitive structure; market metrics; market share; revenues; strategy) Regional trends (Thailand, Indonesia, and Malaysia) Analyses ...
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06 Mar 2017  |  North America
Analysis of the United States Molecular Imaging Equipment and Radiopharmaceuticals Market, Forecast to 2023
Technology Advances and New Radiopharmaceuticals Maintain the Industry on a Growth Track
Molecular imaging can easily be described as the next frontier of medical imaging. In an era of value-based reimbursement, molecular imaging is set to play a significant role in quicker diagnosis, more accurate disease staging, and selection of targeted treatments. Launch of new radiopharmaceuticals across clinical areas other than cardiology and o...
02 Feb 2017  |  Europe
Customer-Vendor Partnerships Find Windows of Opportunity Amidst a Deepening Public-Private Healthcare Divide
Low economic growth and limited access to capital funding compel hospitals in Spain to adopt new purchasing and service models for imaging equipment. The drive to operationalize capital and service costs favors non-conventional business models in Spain over traditional capital-intensive purchasing and service models. Vendor-customer engagement over...