IMV’s CT products profile the facilities that perform CT studies. In 2017, an estimated 74 million CT procedures were performed in 9,071 hospital and non-hospital sites in the U.S.. This represents a decrease in procedures of about 10% when compared to 2016, and a slight increase in sites. Learn about CT procedure trends, market share for installed CT equipment, age of installed equipment, number of slices on the CT, equipment purchase plans, contrast media market share, productivity of CT staff and satisfaction with equipment service providers from the IMV products listed below.
This 2022 CT Market Outlook Report summarizes the results of IMV Medical Information Division’s 2022 survey of U.S. hospitals and Independent Imaging Centers that perform CT procedures using fixed CT scanners and provide a summary of the CT medical imaging market. The report provides detailed information about the priorities and outlook of departments with CT […]
Artificial intelligence (AI) is influencing healthcare in countless ways, and its impact on diagnostic imaging is one of the greatest. This is due to the dependence on visual examination, demand for increased procedures, more data analysis required per scan, error/cost reduction, and the development of specific computing tools that make AI-guided decisions far more practical. […]
This report explores nationwide trends in CT procedure volume, manufacturer installed base share, CT equipment features, use of OEM vs. third-party service providers, CT scanner purchase plans, contrast utilization/budgets, CT power injectors, and site operations characteristics.
This operational assessment report on the CT market is based on an IMV survey conducted with CT providers. Interested in learning how your CT department compares to others? The results are presented for radiology departments in both hospital-based and freestanding imaging locations. The report is delivered as an e-mail attachment in Adobe Acrobat PDF format.
IMV’s 2019 Global Imaging Market Outlook Report explores worldwide trends for seven key imaging modalities, including CT scanners, MR scanners, PET scanners, NM cameras (SPECT-only and SPECT/CT), fixed C-arm systems, fixed general x-ray systems, and radiographic fluoroscopy (RF) systems.
IMV Medical Information Division, part of Science and Medicine Group, is a marketing research and consulting firm founded in 1977, specializing in medical imaging and other advanced healthcare technology markets. IMV’s market research services, in combination with its databases of U.S. imaging sites with selected modalities, provide clients valuable assistance in strategic planning, customer satisfaction, product development and sales initiatives.
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