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VIDEO: Radiology AI aids acute care and other departments

15th December 2022 – Sanjay Parekh featured in Radiology Business Sanjay Parekh, PhD, senior market analyst with Signify Research, explains how some radiology artificial intelligence (AI) is being adopted outside of radiology departments to improve care. Interview with Radiology Business at the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) 2022 meeting. Some radiology AI companies have […]

Signify’s Breast Imaging Forecast

22nd December 2022 – By Matthew Watson – Featured in The Imaging Wire Signify Research forecasts that the global breast imaging market will exceed $1.3B by 2026, as the breast AI segment triples to roughly $200M. While the overall breast imaging market partially recovered from the COVID pandemic in 2021, inflation and supply chain challenges […]

Breast imaging market to exceed $1.3 billion by 2026: What is the role of 3D mammo and AI?

16th December 2022 – By Matthew Watson – in Healthcare Business News The breast imaging market in 2022, like most healthcare technology markets, is not yet free of the turmoil induced by the COVID-19 pandemic. Backlogs in breast cancer screening and rising costs remain pressing concerns for healthcare systems around the world. Breast cancer was […]

Video from RSNA 2022: AI market trends of 2022

14th December 2022 – By Sanjay Parekh – Featured on Auntminnie – What are the hot trends in the radiology artificial intelligence (AI) market? Sanjay Parekh, PhD, senior market analyst at Signify Research, discussed the latest developments in a video interview at RSNA 2022. Click here to read more and watch the interview here…

RSNA 2022: Predictions vs. Reality

14th December 2022 – Written by Steve Holloway – Featured in Aunt Minnie Much has already been written about attendance at RSNA, but from a firsthand perspective, RSNA 2022 could be regarded as a step back toward “normal.” Among mostly bustling halls, vendors reported very positive feedback on the volume and quality of customer meetings, […]