Steve Holloway

Managing Director

Steve has 12 years of experience in healthcare technology market intelligence, having served as Senior Analyst at InMedica (part of IMS Research) and Associate Director for IHS Inc.’s Healthcare Technology practice. Steve’s areas of expertise include Healthcare IT and Medical Imaging. In his spare time, Steve enjoys training for and competing in triathlon, hiking, wine and watching his beloved Bath Rugby.

The latest from Steve Holloway

Market Intelligence Reports
31 Oct 2024: Imaging IT, Market Reports, Market Reports, Medical Imaging, Modalities
Diagnostic Imaging Procedure Volumes Database – World – 2024
The third edition of our Diagnostic Imaging Procedure Volumes Database, which includes a comprehensive assessment of the number of medical imaging procedures performed annually, with historical data for 2019 to 2022, and forecasts to 2027.
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Market Intelligence Reports
31 May 2024: AI in Healthcare, Healthcare IT, Imaging IT, Market Reports, Market Reports, Medical Imaging
AI in Diagnostic and Clinical Use – World – 2024
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Insight
23 Apr 2024: AI in Healthcare, Healthcare IT
Chasing Radiology – Identifying the Next Diagnostic AI Market Success
23 April 2024, Investment into AI-based software across medical diagnostics and clinical care has been notably boom-or-bust in the last decade. Radiology has long been the “poster child” for funding and penetration of healthcare markets, with over $5.6B raised to date resulting in well-known successes such as Heartflow, viz.ai, annalise.ai and Ultromics.
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Market Intelligence Reports
12 Jan 2024: Market Intelligence Services, Medical Imaging, Modalities, Ultrasound - Market Intelligence Service
Ultrasound Digital Ecosystem – Topical Report – 2023
Report covering the wider ultrasound software ecosystem. This report will enable you to:Assess the...
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Market Intelligence Reports
20 Oct 2023: Imaging IT, Market Reports, Market Reports, Medical Imaging, Modalities
Diagnostic Imaging Procedure Volumes Database – World – 2023
Signify Research’s Diagnostic Imaging Procedure Volumes Database provides a detailed and...
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Market Intelligence Reports
17 Feb 2023: Market Intelligence Services, Market Reports, Medical Imaging, Modalities, X-Ray - Market Intelligence Service
Medical Flat Panel Detectors – World – 2023
The 2nd edition of the Medical Flat Panel Detector Supply report. This edition evaluates key trends...
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Insight
13 Dec 2022: Healthcare IT, Medical Imaging
RSNA 2022: Predictions vs Reality
As the dust settles on RSNA 2022, Steve Holloway, Executive Director for Imaging and Health IT provides a summary of the key themes from the show floor in Chicago, while assessing how our predictions, published before the show, fared against reality. 
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Market Intelligence Reports
30 Sep 2022: Healthcare IT, Imaging IT, Imaging IT - Market Intelligence Service, Market Intelligence Services, Market Reports, Medical Imaging
Imaging IT – Imaging IT for Outpatient Settings – 2022
This topical report assesses the dynamics of the outpatient imaging centre & non-acute imaging...
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Insight
28 Jul 2022: AI in Healthcare, Healthcare IT, Medical Imaging
ECR 2022: Our Predictions vs Reality: Imaging, Informatics and AI
ECR returned to its first in person conference since February 2019. Overall, exhibitors were disappointed with the underwhelming level of footfall of attendees, in particular radiologists.
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Insight
12 May 2020: Healthcare IT, Medical Imaging
COVID-19 Impact on the Healthcare Technology market: Pointers from Q1 Financials
The ongoing COVID-19 global pandemic is having an enormous impact on the healthcare technology market.
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Insight
06 Feb 2020: Healthcare IT, Medical Imaging
Hg takes Majority Holding in Intelerad: The Signify View
Hg Capital Acquires Majority Stake in Intelerad – The Signify View
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Insight
17 Oct 2019: Digital Health, Healthcare IT
Why EMRs Will Not Replace Imaging IT
The growing influence and uptake of electronic medical records (EMRs) in healthcare has driven debate over the future role of specialist clinical and diagnostics software. With interoperability in the health sector still a major challenge, many health providers are looking to simplify their IT systems, consolidating to fewer software platforms and few vendor partners.
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