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

Medical Imaging AI Funding Tops $1.2 Billion Worldwide

04th February 2019 – Featured on Imaging Technology News (IT Online) – in 2018, capital investment in companies developing artificial intelligence (AI) enable medical image analysis solutions was almost $580 million. this was more than double the investment into such companies in 2017, according to market research firm Signify Research. Click here to continue reading […]

4 Trends We Expect to See at HIMSS 2019

02nd February 2019 – Featured on HIT Consultant – In less than two weeks, 45,000 health IT professionals, clinicians, executives and “technology superheroes” (a HIMSS’ term, not ours – but one we’re going to run with) will descend on Orlando for the annual HIMSS conference. Viewed as the pinnacle for new product launches in digital health, the exhibition floor at […]

Funding for Imaging AI Companies Tops $1.2B

01st February 2019 – Featured on AuntMinnie.com – Capital Investment Companies that are developing medical image analysis solutions enabled by artificial intelligence (AI) was almost £580 million. This was more than double the investment into such companies in 2017. Click here to continue reading on AuntMinnie.com’s website… 

Growth Projected for Digital Pathology Market Despite Challenges

01st February 2019 – Featured on Imaging Technology News – The world market for digital pathology, comprising whole slide scanner hardware, software and services, is forecast to rise to $600 million by 2022, according to a new report from Signify Research. Despite early market hype, digital pathology remains a nascent market, though there have been prominent signs […]

Global digital pathology market forecasted to reach $600M by 2022

31st January 2019 – Featured on Health Imaging – The world market for digital pathology is expected to rise to $600 million by 2022, according to a new report from Signify Research. But it will have to overcome some strong obstacles first. “The interest and enthusiasm for digital pathology has ebbed and flowed over the […]