Extensive coverage and detailed analysis of healthcare IT markets. Coverage includes clinical content management IT, imaging IT, archiving & management, digital pathology and advanced visualisation
Advanced Visualisation and Viewing IT – World – 2017
This report provides a highly detailed analysis of the world market for Advanced Visualisation and Viewing IT. Features include market size estimates, annual growth rate forecasts and vendor market share analysis.
Machine Learning in Medical Imaging – World – 2018
The second edition will provide a complete refresh of the market data to show how the market has progressed, alongside many new features such as the inclusion of Workflow & Reporting Tools.
Digital Pathology & New Clinical IT Applications – World – 2017
This report provides a detailed, data-centric analysis of the world market for Digital Pathology. Features include market size estimates for 2016 and 2017, annual growth rate forecasts to 2022 and market share analyses.
Imaging IT & Archiving and Management IT – World – 2017
This report is the first component of the our “CCM IT Service”. It provides market estimates for 2015 & 2016 with forecasts for radiology IT, cardiology IT, enterprise imaging, VNA and image exchange to 2021.
Machine Learning in Medical Imaging – World – 2017
An assessment of the market for medical image analysis software using machine learning. It quantifies the market for four products: CADe solutions, quantitative image analysis tools, decision support tools and CADx solutions
Philips Acquires Forcare – The Signify View
Our take of the recent Philips acquisition of interoperability specialist Forcare – signalling Philips intent to win large regional clinical informatics deals, yet admitting its interoperability shortcomings challenges to date.
RSNA 2017 Post Show Report
This show report presents the views from Signify Research’s analyst team attending the 103rd Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting of the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA).
Enterprise Imaging Becomes Reality as Battle for Clinical IT Supremacy Begins
Two themes were compelling for imaging IT at RSNA this year; enterprise imaging is fast becoming a reality and broader clinical IT is the new battle ground for top vendors.
AI at RSNA – What a Difference a Year Makes
It was hard to avoid AI at this year’s RSNA, but how much progress has been made since last year’s meeting and what challenges remain?
The Coming of Advanced Visualisation Inc.
RSNA testified that radiology and imaging is becoming increasingly integrated into the wider healthcare provider organisation, but where does this leave Advanced Visualisation?