Key trends in radiology at the European Congress of Radiology 2023 meeting

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Bhvita Jani
Published: April 12, 2023 In The News

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Observations from the ECR show floor
The ECR industry exhibition featured more than 250 medical imaging vendors. Bhvita Jani, research manager at the healthcare market analysis firm Signify Research, attended the meeting and offered several takeaway observations.

“There was notable presence of new exhibitors on the show floor, such as Chinese vendor United Imaging, as well as an absence of conventional exhibitors, such as Shimadzu and Hologic,” she said. Speculation loomed that the disappointment in attendance, as well as the revised layout from ECR 2022, could have resulted in some reluctancy from vendors to commit to taking up large booths, especially as economic headwinds continue to challenge the medical imaging market,” she Jani said. …

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