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

5 Trends Shaping the Future of the Global Ultrasound Market

15th August 2019 – Written by Simon Harris – Featured in HIT Consultant – 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 continue to grow relatively […]

Radiology Business Intelligence Grows in Demand

07th August 2019 – Written by Ulrik Kristensen – Featured on AuntMinnie.com – A new generation of radiology-focused business intelligence solutions is entering the market. Although general business intelligence tools and homebrew solutions have been used by healthcare providers for the last 10 years or more, especially in the larger hospital segment, the new business […]

Health Catalyst IPO — The Signify View

05th August – Written by Alex Green – Featured on HealthCareBusiness.com – In late July, Health Catalyst announced its common stock would begin trading on the Nasdaq Global Select Market. This marks the culmination of a journey that started 11 years ago and provides a great illustration of a startup that has maximised its potential […]

Three Reasons Growth in the Mammography Systems Market is Set to Slow

05th August 2019 – Written by Imogen Fitt – Featured on The Imaging Wire – Signify Research forecast a slowdown in the mammography systems market due to the overall maturation of the DBT segment. However, there are some subplots to this DBT-focused story. Click here to continue reading on Imagingwires’ website… 

Three Reasons why Growth in the Mammography Market Will Slow

2nd August 2019 – Written by Imogen Fitt – Featured in AuntMinnie.com –  When breast imaging comes to mind, mammography is the undisputed current modality of choice. Other breast imaging modalities, such as MRI and ultrasound, form a comparatively smaller part of the market. For this reason, it is mammography that has typically driven the majority […]