The 2017 ServiceTrak Imaging report starts with an overview of customer satisfaction between the major manufacturers of cardiac cath and angiography equipment in the industry. This is followed by individual company analyses, where each manufacturer’s ratings and rankings on over 37 different attributes are trended over the last five semi-annual periods. All ratings for ServiceTrak […]
Learn the size of the imaging equipment service market in US hospitals. Research with 300+ Radiology Administrators and Biomedical Engineering Managers was conducted to explore the market for service contracts in U.S. hospitals for 9 diagnostic imaging modalities. Report has estimates for service market share by vendor for each modality. Modalities include CT, MRI, general X-ray, angiography, RF, ultrasound, SPECT, PET/CT and mammography.
The annual ServiceTrak Patient Monitoring report presents an independent analysis of service trends in the monitoring industry along with individual manufacturer ratings. More than 30 specific factors are measured for customer satisfaction and reported for every major system manufacturer. Manufacturers use the ratings to determine their ranking in the industry for each individual question, including […]
CensusTrak provides a detailed view of instruments being used by individual hospitals. Instrument information is supplied in detail with manufacturer, instrument that was replaced, mode of acquisition, instrument age, and lease/rental expiration date. Hospital details provided include specific lab contacts, lab telephone number/extension, group purchasing organization, hospital network/system, detailed contact information, and bedsize. Key Features […]
Based on interviews with 2,948 locations in the U.S. where diagnostic ultrasound is performed, the report summarizes data from telephone interviews conducted by IMV from Seoptember 2015 thru June 2016, with hospitals and imaging centers that perform general ultrasound procedures. Included in the report are national trends in features, age and manufacturers of installed equipment, equipment buying plans and brand loyalty.
Learn about the use of high end imaging modalities in the surgical environment. This report explores the current and planned use of fixed c-arms, CT, MR and portable C-arms in the hybrid OR, OR, cath lab, vascular labs and interventional angiography labs.
Learn about the challenges faced by facilities initiating lung cancer screening programs with low dose CT. This spotlight report provides analysis of their experiences and includes recommendations on how manufacturers can help providers as they continue to set-up and grow programs to offer LDCT lung cancer screening.
This informative guide will help providers understand what is needed to launch a successful low-dose CT lung cancer screening program. The guide includes typical procedure volumes, anticipated procedure growth, the key elements of a successful program, recommended steps to implement these key elements, links to useful online resources and case studies from four facilities.
IMV's latest research on cath labs reports that patient cases in 2013 were 4.06 million. Learn about the current installed base of cath equipment, purchase plans and procedure volumes for the U.S. Market
Learn how your cath lab compares to other cath labs in the U.S. in terms of procedures, equipment age, staffing, and waiting times. This operational report on Cardiac Cath labs summarizes the results from IMV's 2013/14 survey of U.S. cath labs.
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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