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Five years from now, subscription could account for 40% of AI contracts in medical imaging

Written by Anne-Laure Mercier, Section Editor for Mindhealth Magazine using data provided by Simon Harris for Signify Research on 12th September 2018 – Featured in MindHealth Magazine – A British research firm takes stock of the growing interest of medical imaging for artificial intelligence (AI). If it upsets the practice of radiologists, it also augurs a […]

Business Models Emerge for AI in Medical Imaging in AuntMinnie.com

10th September 2018 – Featured in AuntMinnie.com – Until fairly recently, most medical image analysis software was workstation-based and sold with a perpetual (one-time) software license. However, with the introduction of cloud-based artificial intelligence (AI) solutions, subscription and fee-per-study models are becoming more prevalent. These models are forecast to account for an increasing share of the […]

Why Efficiency, not AI, Could be the Biggest Theme of RSNA 2018 in Radiology Business

07th September 2018 – Featured in Radiology Business – RSNA 2018 in Chicago is less than three months away—do you know where your business cards and most comfortable shoes are? With radiology’s premier show rapidly approaching, Signify Research has published a new report on the trends expected to steal the show. And, yes, artificial intelligence (AI) seems like […]

Signify Research: 4 trends to watch for at RSNA 2018 in Health Imaging

06th September 2018 – Featured in HealthImaging – With the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA)’s 2018 annual conference fast-approaching, Steve Holloway, with U.K.-based healthcare technology consultancy Signify Research, identified top trends expected to emerge at the 104th meeting on Nov. 25 to 30 in Chicago. Click here to continue reading on HealthImaging website…

Artificial Intelligence in Medical Imaging Market to Exceed $2 Billion by 2023

10th August 2018 – Featured in AXIS Imaging – The global market for artificial intelligence and machine learning in medical imaging, comprising software for automated detection, quantification, decision support, and diagnosis, is expected to see a “period of robust growth” and eclipse $2 billion by 2023, according to a new report from U.K.-based Signify Research. Simon […]