The 2022 IMV Fixed C-arm Market Outlook report provides an overview of the fixed C-arm market. The report provides detailed information about the priorities and outlook of departments with fixed C-arms, information about procedure volumes and the mix of procedures performed using fixed C-arms. The report also covers installed base information and future purchase plans, […]
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 […]
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.
2021 was a turbulent year for healthcare due to the Covid-19 pandemic. As Cardiology departments across the U.S. begin to return to normal, they have been impacted with increased procedure volumes, while dealing with pandemic related issues such as new disinfection routines, which have impacted workflow processes. In addition to exploring the pandemic’s impact on […]
This report explores nationwide trends in MR procedure volume, manufacturer installed base share, MR equipment features, use of OEM vs. third-party service providers, MR scanner purchase plans, contrast utilization/budgets, MR power injectors, and site operations characteristics.
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.
IMV’s 2021 X-ray/DR/CR Market Outlook Report explores trends in U.S. hospital radiology departments for the adoption rate of CR-to-DR technology, x-ray procedure volumes, the installed base of fixed and mobile general x-ray DR vs. CR systems, purchase plans for DR retrofits and fixed & mobile x-ray systems, capital equipment budgets, and site operations characteristics. Respondent opinions on how key issues are affecting their department outlook are featured. Survey results are projected to the universe of U.S. hospitals, and the report provides 5-year market forecast scenarios addressing the fixed general x-ray unit market.
Over the past decade, the ultrasound industry has experienced a dynamic transformation in the equipment capabilities that healthcare providers can use. The features available on conventional cart-based units have become increasingly sophisticated while the availability of even more portable laptop/tablet and handheld units have enabled their use in point-of-care and other locations inside and outside […]
Even before the COVID-19 pandemic, U.S. hospitals have been closely scrutinizing their capital and operating costs for imaging equipment. With continued pressure on their revenue sources, coverage for equipment maintenance, repair, and value-added services continue to be critical considerations in such budgetary decisions. As their use and deployment of imaging equipment continues to grow, hospitals […]
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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