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

Meet the opportunity and challenge of AI in Medical Imaging – Podcast

28th September 2018 – Signify Research Director and Principal Analyst, Simon Harris, took park in a telephone interview with TechTarget, an American company which offers data-driven marketing services to business-to-business technology vendors. In this podcast, Simon talks about how AI could provide personalized treatment plans and change the workflow in radiology. 28th September 2018. Click here to listen to […]

Signify Research describes four ways EHR vendors can continue their growth as the EHR market matures

28th September 2018 – Featured on HIStalk – Signify Research describes four ways EHR vendors can continue their growth as the EHR market matures: Diversify into related areas such as population health management, RCM solutions, and IT outsourcing (Cerner, for example, drives 40 percent of revenue from non-core EHR business) Expand the basic EHR offerings Sell outside […]

Four Trends to Expect at RSNA 2018

24th September 2018 – Featured in AuntMinnie.com – Steve Holloway shares his views on key trends to watch at RSNA 2018. Click here to read full article on AuntMinnie.com

There are less than six months to go until the U.K. officially “leaves” the European Union (EU). But are we any clearer on what this will mean for medical imaging?

18th September 2018 – Featured on Aunt Minnie.com – September 19, 2018 — There are less than six months to go until the U.K. officially “leaves” the European Union (EU). But are we any clearer on what this will mean for medical imaging? Having taken a deep breath and dug into some of the technical guidance papers […]

HIT Think Provider Uptake Could be Affected Based on the Contracts That They are Offered by Those Aiming to add Advanced Capabilities in HealthData Management

13th September 2018 – Featured in HealthData Management – With the introduction of cloud-based AI solutions, subscription and fee-per-study models are becoming more prevalent and are forecast to account for an increasing share of the market in the coming years. Until fairly recently, most medical image analysis software was workstation-based and sold with a perpetual […]