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Why BoB LIS vendors might yet survive EHR’s invasion

26th May 2022 – EHR vendors are increasingly cannibalising clinical departmental IT administration, such as RIS, OIS, and CIS. Best of breed Laboratory Information Systems (BoB-LIS) are often viewed as the next departmental IT lamb headed for slaughter at the altar of the EHR. Based on our latest research assessing the global LIS market, the evidence points to a surprisingly bright future for BoB-LIS.

Signify Premium Insight: Evidence of Opportunity for OneMedNet

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24th May 2022 – OneMedNet has recently announced it intends to go public via a SPAC merger. As well as raising capital, the move will also mark the start of the vendor’s transition to a company specialising in real world data.

Signify Premium Insight: Canadian Firm Pockets Cash to Give Patients Their Images

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19th May 2022 – Canadian firm PocketHealth has raised $16m in Series A funding, with backers seeing the value in the outfit’s drive to better engage patients in their medical imaging. The funding will be welcome, but PocketHealth may be facing problems that money can’t solve.

Imaging IT Market Entering an Atypical Growth Period

19th May 2022 – The global imaging IT market has recovered swiftly from the slight downturn experienced in 2020. With short-term growth expected, are imaging IT vendors prepared to take advantage of the atypical market conditions?

Signify Premium Insight: GE Healthcare looks to Keep Patients out of Hospital with Medtronic Partnership

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17th May 2022 – GE Healthcare and Medtronic are partnering to better target office-based labs and ambulatory surgical centres. It is a market rich in opportunity, but will the vendors be held back by their hospital-focused structure?