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Signify Premium Insight: Medical Imaging AI’s Top Tier – The $100m Club

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February 10th 2022 – There are only a handful of medical imaging AI vendors which have secured more than $100m in funding. While these companies are diverse in many ways, there are some attributes that have contributed to their success, which they share.

Signify Premium Insight: Clarius Claims Specialists in Tilt at Crowded Market

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8th February 2022 – Clarius is targeting specialists with its new handheld ultrasound scanners, but is it enough to stand out in an increasingly crowded market?

Signify Premium Insight: RadNet is Full Screen Ahead with AI Acquisitions

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February 3rd 2022 – With its acquisitions of Aidence and Quantib, RadNet has made clear its ambitions in cancer screening. But, as this Premium Insight highlights, there are several factors that will determine whether this play, as well as its plan to sell on its software, will be a success.

Huma Acquires iPLATO Healthcare – The Signify View

03rd February 2022 – Huma, a UK-based Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) platform provider, recently announced its acquisition of iPLATO Healthcare, a major supplier of patient engagement software to primary care organisations throughout the UK. Here is the Signify View on this acquisition

Signify Premium Insight: United Imaging Hopes to Challenge Established Order with Fresh Funding

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1st February 2022 – United Imaging’s plans to list publicly took another step forward, after its application to STAR was accepted. The vendor hopes to raise $2bn, but will this be enough to help it challenge GE, Siemens and Philips?