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Signify Research’s latest external press coverage, company news and updates on key industry events that our analysts are attending

Innovation to Address Physician Burnout

05th March 2019 – Written by Alex Green – Featured in Diagnostic and Interventional Cardiology Here are some takeaway insights on key technologies highlighted at the Healthcare Information Management and Systems Society (HIMSS) 2019 meeting in February. Here we focus on physician burnout, a significant theme at the conference, particularly in relation to electronic health record (EHR) product […]

Video from ECR 2019: Steve Holloway on the exhibition hall

1st March, 2019 – Steve Holloway featured on Aunt Minnie Europe – VIENNA – What’s new and surprising in the technical exhibition at ECR 2019? Who’s missing, and what is the strategy and approach of the “big 4”? Market analyst Steve Holloway from Signify Research provides some answers. He also has some advice for ECR delegates […]

VIDEO: What to Look for in Enterprise Imaging Systems

27th February 2019 – Steve Holloway, principal analyst and company director for the healthcare market research firm Signify Research, explains the key trends he is seeing in radiology enterprise imaging systems. He spoke to ITN at the 2019 Healthcare Information Management and Systems Society at (HIMSS) conference. Click here to continue reading and watch the video […]

HIT Think Why Enterprise Imaging is Entering a New Stage of Maturity

25th February 2019 – Steve Holloway featured on HealthData Management – The annual HIMSS conference is viewed as a challenging proposition for vendors with an imaging IT focus, given the scale and breadth of healthcare IT solutions on show. It is also a difficult place to launch new products because of the barrage of press […]

AI Platform can Identify, Predict Cancer Development

21st February 2019 – Simon Harris featured on Healthcare IT News – It’s touted as the first use of network analysis as a method to examine the relationships between common symptoms suffered by a large group of cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy. A team of scientists from the University of Surrey and the University of California […]