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

Global Handheld Ultrasound Market Could Surpass $400M by 2023

30th April 2019 – Written by Simon Harris – Featured on Radiology Business – The handheld ultrasound market has been slow to take off in recent years, but a burst of growth could be on the horizon, according to a new report from Signify Research. Simon Harris, the report’s author, noted that cardiologists and emergency medicine specialists […]

Handheld Ultrasound Climbs the Adoption Curve

29th April 2019 – Written by Simon Harris – Featured in The Imagine Wire – Despite the handheld ultrasound market “largely fail(ing) to live up to expectations” during its first 10 years, Signify Research sees more opportunities for the segment as product improvements and market adoption both advance. The handheld/POCUS ultrasound category currently maintains a […]

Handheld Ultrasound Market Poised for Next Wave of Growth

April 29, 2019 – Written by Simon Harris – Featured on – This year marks the 10th anniversary of the launch of the first handheld ultrasound scanner, Vscan from GE Healthcare, yet the market has largely failed to live up to expectations. In 2018, sales of handheld ultrasound accounted for less than 2% of the $6.9 billion […]

ATA 2019 Show Report – Don’t Be Fooled by First Impressions

25th April 2019 – Written by Alex Green – Featured on HIT Consultant – Signify Research’s analyst team has captured the key ATA trends and announcements along with their take on the impact on the wider industry in this special ATA 2019 show report. Click here to continue reading on HIT Consultant’s website…

European radiology needs AI luminaries

22nd April 2019 – Written by Simon Harris – Featured on MY ESR Website – Medical imaging AI is progressing fast, boosted by an industrious community and technology advances. The market, however, is not big enough to support all the companies involved in the field and European radiologists still lack proper training, according to Simon Harris, principal analyst at […]