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Clinical Care Markets – Key learnings from the COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent market developments

24th May 2021 – There was little known about the COVID-19 virus before it launched its devastating global attack. Here we discuss our key learnings from the COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent market developments

Signify Premium Insight: United Imaging’s American Dream

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20th May 2021 – United Imaging has made impressive progress in China in the 10 years since it was founded, and has now firmly set its sights on the US market. However, with severe headwinds against it, will it be able to take its place at the table?

Signify Premium Insight: Vendor Financials Roundup – The Health of the Sector Q1 2021

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18th May 2021 – The narratives of the first quarter of 2021 are captured in vendors’ financial results. This Insight identifies some of the quarter’s key trends and assesses the performance of the medical imaging and imaging IT companies.

Signify Premium Insight: Focus on the ARPU – RapidAI Expands Analytics Offering

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14th May 2021 – Heading firmly in the direction of offering a more complete AI solution, RapidAI has extended its focus beyond patient outcomes to hospital analytics. But does this, and similar solutions, risk making an AI specialist’s offering too diffuse.

Demand for Real-Time Information in the Clinical Setting Highlighted after COVID-19 Pandemic

13th May 2021 – Despite some progression toward digitisation of healthcare systems and the use of electronic medical records, the pandemic highlighted the lack of the full utilisation of digitalised clinical solutions in many countries, with many hospitals still running on paper-based systems within high acuity settings.