In 2014 an estimated 11.7 million patients received nuclear medicine scans on over 14,000 SPECT or SPECT/CT scanners in the U.S. This represents an average annual decline of 9.6% in procedures per year since 2012 when 14.5 million patient studies were performed. Learn about nuclear medicine department priorities, procedure trends, market share for installed nuclear medicine equipment, equipment purchase plans, radiopharmaceutical supplier market share, and productivity of nuclear medicine staff from the IMV products listed below.
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. […]
IMV’s 2022 Nuclear Medicine Market Outlook examines nuclear medicine procedure volumes, purchase plans, and buying criteria for future nuclear medicine purchases. Learn how NM administrators feel about their department’s future outlook and how they prioritize their goals in light of industry challenges. The report explores nuclear medicine market trends, including NM procedure volume, installed base […]
Welcome to IMV’s MasterFile: Your Gateway to In-Depth Insights on Diagnostic Imaging Equipment and Clinical Laboratory Analyzers in the United States! IMV’s MasterFile is the definitive source for comprehensive data on clinical laboratory analyzers and diagnostic imaging equipment across the United States. Our robust database is a vital resource for insights, commercial, and product teams […]
The 2020 ServiceTrak Imaging Nuclear Medicine Cameras summarizes the results of IMV’s survey of radiology professionals that perform diagnostic imaging using NM systems. The survey results from interviews with 430 unique diagnostic imaging sites that have 722 systems. This report starts with an overview of customer satisfaction between the major manufacturers in the industry. This is […]
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.
Learn how your nuclear medicine department compares to others in the U.S. in terms of procedures, equipment age, staffing and waiting times. This operational report on nuclear medicine summarizes results related to productivity from IMV’s 2018 Nuclear Medicine Outlook Report.
This 2018 Report Is the most comprehensive analysis of the nuclear medicine market in the Untied States. It profiles major trends in nuclear medicine departmental priorities, equipment utilization, radiopharmaceutical and pharm stress utilization and capital equipment purchases. The report includes national trends in procedure volumes by major anatomical category, planar, SPECT and SPECT/CT camera installed base and market share, features and manufacturers of installed nuclear medicine cameras, equipment buying plans, equipment market forecasts, radiopharmaceutical utilization and suppliers, operational budgets and staffing levels. This report does not include data on PET imaging. Information on the PET imaging market is available in IMV’s PET Market Summary Report.
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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