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Insight
17 Jun 2024: Medical Imaging
CT Equipment market poised for mid-single digit revenue growth through to 2028
In 2023, the CT equipment market witnessed a 3.2% decline in revenue year-over-year.
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16 Nov 2016: Medical Imaging, Healthcare IT, AI in Healthcare
Defining the Opportunity: Machine Learning in Radiology
The application of machine learning in radiology is evolving at a rapid pace and whilst fully automated diagnostic systems are still several years away, there is a growing number of machine learning tools available now that are helping radiologists to improve their efficiency and to make better diagnoses.
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06 Feb 2020: Medical Imaging, Healthcare IT, AI in Healthcare
Three High Impact AI Market Trends from RSNA 2019
At RSNA 2019, there was a record number of AI vendors exhibiting at the conference, prompting the organisers to host the AI Showcase in a designated hall adjacent from the two main halls.
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Insight
05 Dec 2018: Medical Imaging, Healthcare IT, AI in Healthcare
AI at RSNA – Signs of Maturity, But a Long Way to Go
AI was once again the hot topic at this year’s RSNA. With close to 60 AI start-ups in the Machine Learning Showcase and most of the incumbent modality and imaging IT vendors marketing AI to varying degrees, the technology was hard to ignore at this year’s meeting.
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Insight
10 Sep 2019: Medical Imaging
World Ultrasound Market Forecast – Mid Year Update
After a record year in 2018, the current world trade slowdown is taking its toll on the ultrasound market and the outlook for 2019 is for slower growth.
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Insight
27 Jul 2017: Medical Imaging
Cone-Beam Technology in Medical Imaging
Cone-beam technology is a relative newcomer to medical diagnostic imaging; until recently it has predominately been used in the world of dental healthcare. It has been marketed to the medical world on a small scale so far, but could it be the ‘next big thing' in medical imaging?
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Market Intelligence Reports
19 May 2023: Clinical Care, Market Reports
Anaesthesia Devices – World – 2023
  This is the second iteration of our Market Report on the global market for Anaesthesia...
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Market Intelligence Reports
24 May 2024: Market Reports, Medical Imaging, Modalities
CT – World – 2024
This is the third edition of our Report on the global market for CT equipment, publishing in May...
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02 Aug 2019: In The News
Three Reasons why Growth in the Mammography Market Will Slow
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.
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Insight
09 May 2018: Medical Imaging, Healthcare IT, AI in Healthcare
The Next Frontier – Medical Imaging AI in the Age of Edge Computing
As AI gains traction in the medical imaging market, and its benefits for clinical diagnosis and more accurate early disease detection are being better understood by healthcare stakeholders, it is no longer a question of will AI be used, but rather how will it be deployed.
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Insight
17 Oct 2022: Digital Health, Medical Imaging, Healthcare IT
Outpatient Imaging and Teleradiology Changing the Market Dynamic in the US
The healthcare market is witnessing a dynamic shift in how and where patients want to receive care, with the flexibility and convenience of outpatient settings driving a greater utilisation of outpatient imaging and teleradiology services, a trend most prevalent in the US market.
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03 Mar 2018: In The News
Top Three Use Cases for AI in Medical Imaging in ECR Today 2018
Keep aware of the need to protect imaging equipment from cyber risks that pose a threat to the safety of patients and institutions, urged Prof. Jacob Sosna, president of the Israeli Radiology Association. There is a terrifying possibility that a cyber attacker could alter the radiation dose given to a patient during a CT scan, and an attack on the hospital's airconditioning may shut down and damage CT and MRI machines that function within a narrow temperature range, he warned ahead of today's session on cyber security.
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