IMV’s 2017 CT Market Outlook Report estimates that about 74 million CT procedures were performed in the U.S. in 2017, which is an average annual decline of 2% since a high of 85.3 million in 2011 and a 10% decrease since 2016. This report monitors trends in department priorities, procedures, installed equipment, equipment purchase plans and contrast media utilization; making it an essential tool for strategic planning and market development initiatives.
CT Department Priorities
- Comparison of priority rankings for :
- Improve capability to reduce patient dose
- Improving patient satisfaction
- Improving department workflow & productivity
- Standardize the CT manufacturers across the organization
- Satisfy the needs of referring physicians
- And 10 more priorities
- What factors will impact the future outlook for CT over the next 5 years?
- What is the trend in CT procedure volume?
- What types of CT procedures are growing or declining?
- What is the average procedure volume by hospital bed size and for non-hospitals?
CT Installed Base and Purchase Plans
- How many CT units are installed, by site type?
- What is the installed base market share by vendor?
- What is the share of CT scanners by slice?
- What is the age of the current installed base of CT scanners?
- What is the mix of new vs. refurbished CT scanners?
- How many CTs will be purchased annually through 2021?
- What is the brand loyalty of current CT users?
CT Contrast Media and Power Injectors
- How many CT procedures used contrast media?
- What is the trend for annual budgets for CT contrast media?
- What is the supplier share for CT contrast media and power injectors?
Site Operations Characteristics
- What is the average annual capital budget for CT through 2019?
- How many FTE technologists, nurses, administrators and secretaries are employed in CT departments?
- How many CT procedures were performed per FTE technologist? Per CT scanner? Per site?