U.S. Digital and Computed Radiography Markets

 

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This research service analyzes major market trends in the U.S. digital radiography (DR) and computed radiography (CR) markets since 2004, forecasts future changes in market measurements through 2014, and discusses specific challenges facing industry participants and strategic recommendations targeted to overcome these challenges. The major geographic division covered is North America.

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U.S. Digital and Computed Radiography Markets, Executive SummaryIntroductionPowerPoint Executive SummaryU.S. Digital and Computed Radiography Markets, Total U.S. Digital and Computed Radiography MarketMarket OverviewIntroduction and Market OverviewMarket SegmentationTechnology Trends In DRTechnology Trends In CRMarket Engineering MeasurementsRevenue ForecastUnit Shipment ForecastCompetitive Analysis And Company Market ShareIndustry ChallengesProhibitive Price Acts As A Deterrent To Wide-Scale Penetration In The MarketReduced Radiation Dose Acts As An Incentive To Purchase DR systems Over CR Increased Competition As DR And CR Manufacturers Target The Same Customer Segments Over TimeStrategic RecommendationsAggressively Pursue High Potential And Niche Markets To Achieve And Maintain Long-Term GrowthGenerate Customized Solution Meeting Each Buyer’s Specific NeedsLeverage Partnerships In Sales Force And Offer Bundled Packages Of Imaging SolutionsU.S. Digital and Computed Radiography Markets, U.S. Digital Radiography MarketIntroduction and Market OverviewIntroduction And Market OverviewMarket DriversImproved Workflow Efficiency Along With Lower Image Acquisition Times And Enhanced Image Quality Are The Main Incentives For Buying Increasing Penetration Of PACS Has Increased Demand For Digital Radiography SystemsNon-hospital Clinical Settings and Private Practices Provide Potential Growth OpportunitiesHigh Image Quality And Resolution At Lower Radiation Doses Boosts Market GrowthMarket Restraints Bridging The Gap Between CR And DRHigh Prices Of Digital Radiography Restricts Wide-Scale Penetration In Niche And Private-Practice MarketsResistance To Complete Renovations Of Radiography Rooms Hinders Buying DecisionsBuyers Opt For Computed Radiography As An Interim Solution To Their Increased NeedsMarket ForecastRevenue ForecastUnit Shipment And Demand AnalysisInstalled Base/Utilization Rate/Procedural VolumePricing TrendsCompetitive Structure And Market Share AnalysisProduct OverviewU.S. Digital and Computed Radiography Markets, U.S. Computed Radiography MarketMarket OverviewIntroduction And Market OverviewMarket DriversComputed Radiography Is A Mature And Well-Established Technology In The Market That Leads To Increasing DemandIncreasing Prevalence Of PACS And Growing Need For Digitization Drives Demand For CR systemsAffordable Cost And Flexibility Of CR Systems Makes Them Viable Alternatives To Analog X-ray Systems And DR SystemsMarket RestraintsLower Image Resolution And Patient Throughput Compared With DR Hinders Future Market DominanceLengthy Post-Image Acquisition And Processing Time In CR Systems Gives Little Advantage Over Analog Systems CR Market Is Oligopolistic Leading To Decreased Competition Options And Negotiation Power For CustomersDevelopment Of Storage Phosphor Plates With Higher Signal To Noise Ratio Are Needed For Better Image Quality At Lower Radiation DosesMarket ForecastsRevenue ForecastUnit Shipment And Demand AnalysisInstalled Base/Utilization Rate/Procedural VolumePricing TrendsCompetitive StructureMarket Share AnalysisProduct OverviewU.S. Digital and Computed Radiography Markets, Decision Support DatabaseSupporting Statistical DataNumber Of HospitalsNumber Of PhysiciansPer-Capita Healthcare ExpenditureFemale Population Over 65Male Population Age 65 And Above




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