This is a research proposal Signify Research’s 2021 report Breast Imaging – World – 2021, to be published in September 2021.

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Breast Imaging for cancer remains one of the most significant issues affecting women’s health globally.

This report considers the evolution of Breast Imaging across the continuum of care in both mature and emerging regions as programmes begin to personalise. As the adoption of 3D tomosynthesis continues, an increasing awareness of breast density effects are leading towards the more frequent integration of ABUS, ultrasound and MRI. Imaging software aimed to support this is now being developed to both stratify populations and offer decision support as providers seek higher efficiency.

Introduction:

  • Dedicated chapters for each of the breast imaging modalities and software markets
  • Analysis of the product mix, regional variations, competitive landscape and vendor market shares
  • Breakdown of the trends driving growth
  • Strong focus on meaningful and useable data, accompanied by actionable Analyst insights

Report Features:

Market

  • Quantify the interplay between mammography, ultrasound and MRI in breast imaging
  • Understand how the product mix varies by country and how this will change over time
  • Review the market drivers and barriers for each modality and software category

Competition

  • Market share estimates for the leading vendors
  • International, regional and SME vendor product portfolio analysis
  • Identify potential partners and acquisition targets

Technology

  • Analysis of each country by technology
  • Review of factors affecting uptake of new technologies
  • Identification of emerging technology trends in the market

Strategy

  • Review and plan go-to-market strategies using reliable data
  • Analysis and insights to support your strategy  planning
  • Product pricing and software delivery strategies

 

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