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Signify Research Attending International Conference on Integrated Care
Signify Research is proud to announce that it is a Knowledge Partner for the 18th International Conference on Integrated Care which is being held in Utrecht, The Netherlands between 23rd and 25th May 2018. The conference is organised by the International Foundation for Integrated Care and tackles a range of subjects including population health management […]
GE Healthcare IT Sell-Off: The First Cut Is The Deepest?
17th April 2018 – Featured in HIT Consultant – As news broke of the first GE Healthcare business unit to be sold, some may have been underwhelmed both by the scale and symbolism of this deal. However, this first announcement does provide some useful indicators for what to expect from the future of GE Healthcare […]
Platforms vs. Tools: The Advanced Visualisation Breakup in AuntMinnie Europe
28th March 2018 – Featured in AuntMinnie Europe – Healthcare IT is becoming increasingly complex. To keep up with current and future requirements, advanced visualization (AV) vendors are organizing themselves into two different categories, each specializing to try and stay ahead of competition. ECR 2018 this year offered a glimpse of this growing split: Some vendors […]
HIT Think Why AI is Securing a Stronger Foothold in Radiology in HealthData Management
19th March 2018 – Featured in HealthData Management – It’s clear that artificial intelligence is continuing to stake territory in radiology, and professionals are looking to incorporate the technology in helping them deliver care. For the first time at this month’s European Congress of Radiology, there was a dedicated section of the Expo for AI—the Artificial […]
Will Artificial Intelligence Sell More CT Systems?
14th March 2018 – Featured in AuntMinnie Europe – It is already becoming clear that artificial intelligence (AI) will have a big part to play in the future of medical imaging. However, less clear is the impact of AI on the commercial market for medical imaging hardware. If we take the case of CT, a multibillion-euro […]