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Signify Premium Insight: Oracle Ups Microsoft’s Efforts on Journey Into Healthcare

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18th January 2022 – In late December Oracle revealed it was buying up Cerner for almost $30bn. Tech companies have had ambitions in healthcare for some time, but, does Oracle’s deal show the movement is gaining traction?

Signify Premium Insight: Hyperfine’s Ambition is Rewarded on Index

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13th January 2022 – Hyperfine has successfully completed its SPAC merger and taken its place on the NASDAQ index. With it, the vendor has some positive momentum, but will it be enough to help Hyperfine avoid the pitfalls that have hampered other challenger vendors?

Digital Pathology: The Next Hurdles

11th Januray 2022 – Last month Imogen Fitt of Signify Research attended the 8th Digital Pathology and AI Congress: Europe at the London Heathrow Marriott Hotel. In the article below she shares her thoughts on the conference and overall outlook for the future of the digital pathology market. A Market on the Rise The rapid surge […]

Signify Premium Insight: Medical Imaging Modality Predictions for 2022

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11th January 2021 – The postponement of countless elective procedures throughout the coronavirus pandemic has caused unprecedented disruption, while the backlog of procedures this has created has presented medical imaging modality vendors with unique challenges. Here’s how we predict these circumstances will impact the market in 2022.

‘Local made’ expected to shake-up the anaesthesia market

11th January 2022 – With most governments moving toward ‘healthcare for all’ there is immense pressure on healthcare providers to ensure a high level of care is offered to a greater patient population.