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Analysis of the North American Radiology Image and Information Management Systems Market


Assessing Growth Trends in Radiology PACS, RIS-PACS, and Informatics Markets

This research service evaluates the U.S and Canadian radiology PACS and integrated RIS/PACS markets for 2008 to 2018. This analysis provides an overview of the market and of main market metrics, identifies the key market drivers and restraints, evaluates ongoing market and competitive trends, and provides detailed SWOT and market share analyses on competitors for 2011. Based on these factors, annual unit shipments, average contract sizes, revenue, market penetration and installed base are estimated and forecasted for various segments of the market, including new contract and recurring revenue streams, net new and replacement contracts, and solution components for hospitals categorized by annual procedure volume and imaging centers.

Table of Contents

1. North American Radiology Image and Information Management Systems Markets

Research Service

  • Executive Summary
  • Market Overview

Total North American PACS and Integrated RIS-PACS Markets

  • External Challenges: Drivers and Restraints
  • Forecasts and Trends
  • Forecasts and Trends by Revenue Stream
  • Forecasts and Trends by Solution Component
  • Forecasts and Trends by Annual Procedure Volume
  • Demand Analysis
  • Market Share and Competitive Analysis

North American radiology PACS and integrated RIS-PACS market: Analysis by Market Segment

  • Above 200,000 Annual Procedure Volume Segment
  • Between 100,000 and 200,000 Annual Procedure Volume Segment
  • Between 50,000 and 100,000 Annual Procedure Volume Segment
  • Between 25,000 and 50,000 Annual Procedure Volume Segment
  • Under 25,000 Annual Procedure Volume Segment
  • Diagnostic Imaging Center Segment

The Last Word

  • Three Big Predictions


  • Appendix
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