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Insight
13 Apr 2017: AI in Healthcare, Healthcare IT, Medical Imaging
Target Applications for Machine Learning in Medical Imaging
Rapid advancements in machine learning, most notably deep learning techniques, are fuelling renewed growth for medical image analysis software tools. We estimate that the global market1 for these products will be worth nearly $300 million this year and will more than double in size by 2021. But which clinical applications are driving this growth?
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30 Mar 2017: AI in Healthcare, Medical Imaging
How to Sell Machine Learning Algorithms to Healthcare Providers
One of the greatest commercial challenges for developers of medical image analysis algorithms is how to take their products to market.
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Insight
04 Jun 2020: Medical Imaging
General Radiography & Fluoroscopy – The Bounceback
In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic markets across healthcare have changed dramatically.
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Insight
05 May 2020: Digital Health, Healthcare IT, Medical Imaging
Top Five Drivers of the Global Teleradiology Market
2019 was a record year for the global teleradiology reading services market, with revenues rising by 9% to $1.2bn.
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Market Intelligence Reports
20 Feb 2024: Market Reports, Medical Imaging, Modalities
Medical Imaging Yearbook – 2023
A new report by Signify Research provides analysis of the global medical imaging market from an Analyst team with extensive industry experience. Modalities covered include MRI, CT, Ultrasound and X-ray.
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Insight
23 Nov 2022: Diagnostics and Lifesciences
Clinical Data: How to Approach Monetisation for Real-World Use
Following attendance at BioTechX in Basel, Imogen Fitt from Signify Research shares her thoughts on the current landscape for using clinical data in Real-World Evidence Studies.
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Insight
15 Jan 2024: Clinical Care
Supercharging the ECG: AI set to Revolutionise the Diagnostic Cardiology Market
While the spotlight in 2023 shone on developments around Generative Artificial Intelligence (AI), away from the limelight a quiet revolution in AI was taking place, which promises to transform the way we diagnose, manage, and treat cardiovascular diseases, the world’s leading cause of death. Signify Research has just released a deep-dive qualitative analysis of developments around the use of AI to analyse and interpret electrocardiograms (ECGs), one of the world’s most ubiquitous diagnostic tests for cardiac disease.
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Insight
20 Jun 2023: Clinical Care
Consolidation of the Anaesthesia Market Tightens Competition
Despite a short-term dip in market demand in 2021, the anaesthesia market is projected to bounce back with digitalisation being the driving force required.
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Insight
16 Dec 2017: Healthcare IT, Medical Imaging
The Coming of Advanced Visualisation Inc.
Radiology is no longer a separate and isolated unit where an imaging order is submitted, and a report is sent out. RSNA this year illustrated how radiology is becoming more and more incorporated into the wider healthcare provider organisation. With IT having spread throughout wider healthcare and artificial intelligence slowly being accepted to increase efficiency and improve diagnostic accuracy, the stage is now set for strengthening the interactions between radiology and the rest of the healthcare organisation.
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Insight
18 Dec 2020: Diagnostics and Lifesciences
DeepMind Triumph – Too Much Hype for Little Real-World Impact?
Since November 30th lifescience forums & AI enthusiasts have been abuzz with the news of DeepMind’s progress in protein structure prediction.
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Insight
16 Dec 2017: AI in Healthcare, Healthcare IT, Medical Imaging
AI at RSNA – What a Difference a Year Makes
AI was undoubtedly the belle of the ball at RSNA 2017, and rightly so. As the meeting drew to a close, a report by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) in the UK revealed that a NHS hospital had a backlog of 23,000 chest x-rays acquired over the previous 12 months that hadn't been formally reviewed.
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Insight
11 Mar 2024: Medical Imaging
The Medical FPD Market Reaches 78,000 units
The medical FPD market, totalling just under 78,000 units in 2022, witnessed a slight retraction in both units and revenue. The most significant decline was seen in mobile general radiography, which was attributed to a surplus during the pandemic. A decline was also seen for mammography due to a shortage of semi-conductors, inflation hikes, and a market correction following elevated investment in breast imaging systems in 2021 as budgets returned post-COVID. However, the resurgence of elective procedures, coupled with pent-up demand, contributed to the positive uptake of mobile C-arm technology.
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