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

Signify’s Two Sides on the GE Split in the Imaging Wire

16th July 2018 – Featured in The Imaging Wire – Signify Research came out with its analysis on the GE Healthcare spin-off. The firm pointed out many of the same short-term challenges that have been identified in other editorials (e.g. strategic distractions, loss of shared R&D/supply chain/financing operations, increased competitor focus), all of which will require expert […]

MITA Calls for Timely Exemption Process for Section 301 Tariffs in DOTmed HealthCare Business

10th July 2018 – Featured in Healthcare Business News – The Medical Imaging and Technology Alliance (MITA) is once again calling on the Trump administration to address the matter of Section 301 tariffs for goods imported from China – this time through the establishment of a timely and robust exemption process. Its request, made Friday, […]

Caradigm Sale – The Final Step in GE’s Exit From PHM/Value-based Care?

03rd July 2018 – Featured in HIT Consultant – On 13th June 2018, cancer informatics and digital pathology workflow vendor, Inspirata, announced that it was purchasing GE Healthcare’s remaining population health management (PHM) interest, Caradigm. This follows the announcement in April 2018 that GE Healthcare was selling its ambulatory value-based care business to Veritas Capital. This latest announcement now means that […]

Digital X-ray Goes Retro and Mobile in Europe in AuntMinnie Europe

28th June 2018 – Featured on AuntMinnie Europe – In recent years, the annual growth rate of the European general radiography market has stalled to a near standstill, and this trend is expected to continue in 2018 with market revenues forecast to increase by a mere 1%. The market has been buoyed in recent years by […]

Prospects for GE’s Spun-off Health Unit Said to be Strong in in HealthData Management

26th June 2018 – Featured in HealthData Managememt – GE officials presented a bright future for GE Healthcare when they announced on Tuesday that the medical equipment unit will be spun off in a major corporate restructuring. The health business, which last year reported more than $19 billion in revenues and posted 5 percent revenue growth […]