News & Events

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

Addressing Hidden Stratification | EMRs Not Replacing Imaging IT

21st October 2019 – Written by Steve Holloway – Featured in The Imaging Wire – Signify Research reassured the radiology community that despite EMR’s increased presence and influence they will not replace imaging IT any time soon, suggesting that imaging IT’s role is secure due to: Imaging’s complexity (numerous modalities / departments / sub-specialties, complex workflows) and […]

Analyst Insight: Battle Lines Drawn in North America Telehealth Market

09th October 2019 – Written by Alex Green – Featured in Canadian Healthcare Technology – North America, in particular the United States, is advanced in terms of telehealth implementation, compared to other major international markets. It is also filled with vendors that have seen revenues ramp up rapidly over the last five years. Changes to […]

5 Trends Shaping the Future of the Global Ultrasound Market

15th August – Written by Simon Harris – Featured on HIT Consultant’s website – 2018 was a record year for the world ultrasound equipment market, with revenues increasing by 6.8%, tipping the market over the $7 billion mark for the first time. Despite the backdrop of global economic uncertainty, the ultrasound market is forecast to […]

Top 5 Factors Impacting the US Population Health Management Market

29th August 2019 – Written by Michael Liberty – Featured in HIT Consultant –  The North American Population Health Management (PHM) reached the $4 billion milestone for the first time in 2018, despite growth slowing for the second consecutive year. With the US provider market consolidating and vertical integration increasing, vendors are having to adapt their offerings to keep […]

Radiology Business Intelligence Takes Root in Europe

21st August 2019 – Written by Ulrik Kristensen – Featured in AuntMinnieEurope – Radiology-focused business intelligence solutions are already gaining traction in the U.S. Vendors are therefore looking at Europe as the next market for adoption, but because the continent has added complexity due to large differences between health systems and radiology practices between individual countries, entering […]