• Medical Imaging & Informatics: Future Growth Potential Unveiled
    AI, long-term partnerships, and cloud to influence growth strategies

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    The priorities for imaging discipline in 2021 and beyond primarily can be looked from three key angles: improving care delivery outcomes, boosting operational and staff efficiency, and reducing costs. Delivering on these objectives, however, demands close and collaborative relationship among healthcare providers, imaging OEMs, and other members of the imaging value chain such as Artificial Intelligence (AI) and cloud vendors. Building such expansive and interdependent ecosystems involves overcoming several technical, business, and organization-specific challenges. Nonetheless, the ability to develop such cohesive arrangements is likely to be a key differentiator in the imaging and informatics industry. Is your organization ready for the next frontier in imaging and informatics, one which requires greater risk-sharing among members of the medical imaging value chain?

    From a technology advancement standpoint, Frost & Sullivan estimates that 15-20% of total unit shipments across imaging equipment modalities will incorporate some form of an AI solution. Similarly, focus on workflow efficiency gains via enterprise-wide IT consolidation will contribute to over half of the growth in imaging-IT. Moreover, non-capex business models at the enterprise level, are expected to grow by nearly 30 percent above the pre-pandemic forecast for 2021. The imaging and informatics outlook analysis highlights key trends across all regions: North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, the Middle East, and Africa.


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