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31 Dec 2012  |  North America
Vital Signs - NYeCs Digital Health Conference in New York: A Look at One States Comprehensive Approach to Transforming Healthcare through Information Technology
This issue of Vital Signs, released on December 31, 2012, provides Frost & Sullivan's perspectives on the NYeC Digital Health Conference in New York during Q4 2012, including top takeaways from this event, as well as an overview of the conference, summary of an interview with NYeC, and a listing of companies comprising the inaugural class of the Ne...
26 Dec 2012  |  North America
While power quality is often taken for granted, any end user can relate to the frustration of power supply interruptions. The strategies adopted by such end users, along with a detailed market forecast developed for global data center generators across different regions of the world, are discussed in this deliverable. It includes revenue, investmen...
29 Nov 2012  |  North America
The need to collect, analyze, and convert energy data into usable information in order to improve energy efficiency, decrease the impact on the information, and make better decisions are driving demand for energy information management solutions. This study evaluates the factors impacting this emerging market as well the benefits of these solution...
28 Nov 2012  |  North America
This market insight reviews the Department of Homeland Securitys science and technology budget for the 2013 fiscal year. The research focuses on spending forecasts, and future spending is broken out by specific science and technology program/project activities. A detailed list of research and development projects is included in the appendix. Some ...
27 Nov 2012  |  North America
This issue of Vital Signs, released on November 23, 2012, discusses perspectives of different Frost & Sullivan analysts on recent noteworthy news items for various markets including Life Sciences, Advanced Medical Technology and Connected Health.
23 Nov 2012  |  North America
Vital Signs - Breast Screening in the Wake of Expanding Breast Density Reporting Laws in the United States
This issue of Vital Signs, released on November 23, 2012, provides an insight in to breast screening against the backdrop of the recent changes in breast density reporting laws in the United States. Additionally, a company spotlight is provided for MinXray. Founded in 1967, MinXray, Inc. is a worldwide provider of transportable x-ray imaging eq...
14 Nov 2012  |  North America
Vital Signs - Vascular Access: A Highway that Runs Through Healthcare: Coverage of the 2012 Association for Vascular Access Annual Meeting
This issue of Vital Signs, released on November 14, 2012, provides in-depth commentary on the 26th annual scientific meeting of the Association for Vascular Access (AVA) held October 16-19 in San Antonio, Texas.
06 Nov 2012  |  North America
This issue of Vital Signs, released on October 22, 2012, discusses perspectives of different Frost & Sullivan analysts on recent noteworthy news items for various markets including Life Sciences, Advanced Medical Technology and Connected Health.
25 Oct 2012  |  North America
The market opportunity for radiology informatics is dominated by the core image and information management systems. However, several other radiology informatics solutions also contribute to this market opportunity. This market insight aims to provide a top-level view of the total revenue opportunity for radiology informatics solutions along with an...
08 Oct 2012  |  North America
Vital Signs - Health Information Technology Takes on a Deadly Menace: A Look at How Baptist Health Uses TheraDocs Clinical Surveillance System to Combat Hospital-Acquired Infections
This issue of Vital Signs, released on October 8, 2012, provides a strategic insight on the use of healthcare information technology in combatting hospital-acquired infections. Additionally, a company spotlight is provided for Hospira. Hospira, Inc.(NYSE: HSP) is a large global supplier of injectable drugs and infusion technologies for hospital...