IMV’s PET imaging products provide valuable information about the PET imaging market in the U.S. In 2015, it is estimated that over 1.7 million clinical PET and PET/CT patient scans will be performed in ~2,380 U.S hospital and non-hospital locations in the United States. This represents an annual increase of -6% when compared to 2014 PET scans.
Learn about PET procedure trends, market share for installed PET and PET/CT equipment, equipment purchase plans, radiopharmaceutical market share, and average pricing for F18DG from the PET Market Summary Report. Productivity of PET staff, procedures per unit of PET equipment and user satisfaction with their equipment providers are also available in one or more of the IMV products listed below.
This 2023 report compares current estimates with results from IMV’s prior PET market reports since 2001 to explore nationwide trends in the volume and type of PET scans performed, manufacturer installed base share, PET scanner installed base characteristics, technology adoption rates, PET scanner purchase plans, radiopharmaceutical utilization, and site operations characteristics such as staffing and productivity.
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 2022 report compares current estimates with results from IMV’s prior PET market reports since 2001 to explore nationwide trends in the volume and type of PET scans performed, manufacturer installed base share, PET scanner installed base characteristics, technology adoption rates, PET scanner purchase plans, radiopharmaceutical utilization, and site operations characteristics such as staffing and productivity.
Learn how your PET imaging activity compares to other sites performing PET Imaging. Surveys completed by nearly 500 PET imaging providers supply information on key productivity parameters such as staffing levels, operating hours and procedures volumes. An essential information source for current PET imaging sites and those facilities considering the addition of PET imaging services.
The IMV PET Census Database profiles fixed and mobile PET sites in the United States. Use the IMV PET Census Database to identify new sales opportunities for PET scanners and radiopharmaceuticals by understanding procedure data, radiopharmaceutical utilization, installed equipment, and equipment purchase plans for fixed and mobile PET sites. What each site profile includes: Demographics […]
The 2020 ServiceTrak Imaging PET Systems summarizes the results of IMV’s survey of radiology professionals that perform diagnostic imaging using PET systems. The survey results from interviews with 257 unique diagnostic imaging sites that have 276 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.
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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