US Enterprise Medical Image Viewers Market

Declines in Traditional PACS Deployment Models Give Rise to the Next Imaging IT Growth Opportunity

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This analysis of the US enterprise medical image viewers market provides an overview of the current and future information technology (IT) ecosystem for imaging informatics with enterprise viewers in context. The study presents and discusses the various market segments for enterprise viewers, the key customers for each type of solution as well as the top uses cases for the technology within the US market. The study further discusses the market and technology trends relating to enterprise viewer adoption, assesses the current market size, and provides an analysis of the competitive landscape.

Table of Contents

Executive SummaryKey Findings Background—Enterprise Viewers in ContextImaging Informatics Ecosystem—The Traditional Deployment Model Imaging Informatics Ecosystem—The Core Application Building Blocks, 2013–2018Imaging Informatics Ecosystem—The Emerging Deployment ModelThe Emerging Deployment Model—Image-enabled EMR/ Healthcare Information ExchangeThe Emerging Deployment Model—Imaging Decision Support and AnalyticsThe Emerging Deployment Model—Enterprise Worklists and ViewersThe Emerging Deployment Model—Enterprise Image Capture and Content Management The Emerging Deployment Model—Integration and Interoperability IT MiddlewareEnterprise Medical Image Viewers Market— IntroductionEnterprise Medical Image Viewers—IntroductionEnterprise Medical Image Viewers—Technology BackgroundEnterprise Medical Image Viewers—Regulatory Considerations Enterprise Medical Image Viewers—Demand RationaleEnterprise Medical Image Viewers—Market DriversEnterprise Medical Image Viewers—Market RestraintsMarket Definition and SegmentationMarket Definition—Functions Addressed by Enterprise Viewers in the Imaging Informatics EcosystemFunctions Addressed by Enterprise Viewers—DiscussionEnterprise Medical Image Viewers Market Segmentation Enterprise Medical Image Viewers Market IT Deployment ModelsTop Use CasesTop Use CasesUse Case #1—Clinician Review of ImagesUse Case #2—Primary Study InterpretationUse Case #2—Primary Study Interpretation (continued)Use Case #3—Imaging Specialist Collaboration Use Case #4—Patient Access to ImagesUse Case #4—Patient Access to Images (continued)Use Case #5—Consolidated Specialty Image Viewers Key CustomersKey Internal Stakeholders and Decision MakersKey Prospective CustomersOpportunities for the Top Largest CustomersTotal Addressable Market—Potential US Hospital CustomersTotal Addressable Market—Potential US Imaging Center CustomersKey Market TrendsKey Adoption FactorsTrends in Purchasing ModelsCloud-based Enterprise ViewersEnterprise Viewers vs. Image ExchangeEnterprise Viewers vs. Image Exchange—Currently 2 Distinct Turfs, but for How Long?Enterprise Viewers vs. Vendor Neutral ArchivesEnterprise Viewers vs. Vendor Neutral Archives—Synergy Giving Rise to Increasing Competition?Competitive LandscapeCompetitive Environment—A Fragmented Competitive Landscape with Vendors from Various BackgroundsKey Market Participants—New Competitive Landscape Shaping around Enterprise ViewersGo-to-market Strategy—Key Approaches Employed by Enterprise Viewer VendorsGo-to-market Strategy—Key Approaches Employed by Enterprise Viewer Vendors (continued)Vendor Differentiation Factors—Key New Technology Advances by Enterprise Viewer VendorsVendor Differentiation Factors—Key New Technology Advances by Enterprise Viewer Vendors (continued)Vendor Differentiation Factors—Key New Technology Advances by Enterprise Viewer Vendors (continued)Market Size and ForecastRecent Market ActivityEnterprise Viewers Revenue Segmentation Revenue ForecastRevenue Forecast DiscussionRevenue Mix and Growth OutlookPercent Revenue Breakdown by IT Deployment ModelPercent Revenue Breakdown by Use CaseThe Last WordThe Last Word—3 Big PredictionsLegal DisclaimerThe Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue PropositionGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy

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