Vital Signs - Technology Developments in Medical Imaging Markets, Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) Meeting 2015

Medical 3D Printing and Medical Imaging Equipment Asset Management Services, Advanced Enterprise Imaging Informatics Seek to Capture Growth Opportunities

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Frost & Sullivan attended the annual meeting of the Radiological society of North America (RSNA). The four themes we have developed in our coverage of the 2015 edition fall under the topic areas of:
I-     Competitive Landscape and New Business Models, looking at new entrants in the capital imaging equipment arena, the recent developments in technology partnerships, managed equipment services and fleet management services,
II-     Medical Imaging Equipment Trends, with a focus on the upgradeability of imaging equipment gainging ground tied to the development of asset management services.
III-     Medical 3D Printing, detailing the opportunity of 3D printing for the radiology market and for the solution vendors.
IV-     Enterprise Imaging Informatics,providing a snapshot of the latest developments in healthcare content management, cross-enterprise workflow orchetration, next-generation image streaming technology, cloud-based imaging informatics, and the advent of Radiomics in clinical image-based analytics.

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