News & Events
Signify Research’s latest external press coverage, company news and updates on key industry events that our analysts are attending
GE HealthCare Makes Push Into Artificial Intelligence
22nd February 2023 – Steve Holloway – Featured on The Wall Street Journal website “The WSJ dives into the digital strategy of newly spun-off global healthcare giant GE HealthCare in this piece, leveraging Signify Research data from our market-leading medical imaging informatics research services.” Click here to read the full article.
Trends in the adoption and integration of AI into radiology workflows
17th February 2023 – Amy Thompson – Featured on radiologybusiness.com The integration of artificial intelligence into radiology PACS and enterprise imaging systems has become a big topic of discussion with IT vendors over the past couple years. This has become a bigger question from hospitals and radiology groups as there are now about 400 radiology […]
The Quickening Pulse of the Ambulatory Diagnostic Cardiology Market
14th February 2023 – Kelly Patrick – Featured on hitconsultant.net The Global Ambulatory Diagnostic Cardiology Market is evolving at a rapid pace, driven by technological developments, and shifting models of healthcare service delivery and funding. The overall market will grow from $2.5 billion in 2021, to $3.3 billion by 2026, with Long-Term ECG and, to […]
5 key trends in PACS and enterprise imaging from Signify Research
15th February 2023 – Amy Thompson – Featured on healthimaging.com Amy Thompson, a senior analyst at Signify Research, explains what she is seeing in the market for radiology PACS and IT systems. She said the biggest overall, strategic technology trends are wider adoption of enterprise imaging, migration to cloud data storage, adoption of artificial intelligence […]
Cloud storage helps solve radiology IT and cybersecurity issues and is growing
14th February 2023 – Amy Thompson – Featured in the Radiology Business ENewsletter Amy Thompson, a senior analyst at Signify Research, explains why radiology is rapidly adopting cloud data storage solutions. Click here to watch the video and read the full article.