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.
This report covers U.S. hospitals with 100+ beds with fixed angiography equipment. It is based on interviews with 583 locations and profiles major trends in installed equipment and equipment purchase plans. Includes unit forecasts for fixed c-arms and market share for the installed base.
Learn how your angiography department compares to others in terms of procedures, equipment age, staffing and waiting times. This operational report on angiography departments summarizes the results from IMV's 2013 survey of 583 angiography departments in the United States
Based on interviews with 1,290 locations in the U.S. where echocardiography is performed, the report summarizes data from telephone interviews conducted by IMV from June thru October 2013, with 100+ bed hospitals that perform echocardiography procedures. Included in the report are national trends in features, age and manufacturers of installed equipment, equipment buying plans and brand loyalty.
Published in May 2013, IMV's RF Market Summary Report profiles the US market for fixed RF equipment and procedures in hospitals with 100 or more beds.
Current installed base and procedure estimates for hospitals with 150+ beds are compared to prior estimates. Purchase plans for RF units, brand loyalty and budgets for capital equipment are also included.
The report is available in PDF and print formats.
Learn how your RF department compares to others in terms of procedures, equipment age, staffing and waiting times. This operational assessment report on the radiographic fluoroscopy is based on an IMV Radiographic Fluoroscopy Census conducted in 2011 and 2012. It is based on responses from 1,665 U.S, hospitals with 100+ beds using fixed RF equipment. The report is delivered as an e-mail attachment in Adobe Acrobat PDF format.
Based on research with over 300 PACS and radiology administrators, this report profiles hospitals' current and future strategies for PACS implementation. The research was conducted in March and April of 2010 and covers current installations, purchase plans, integration strategies, and interfaces to related information 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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