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The Future of the United States Medical Imaging Industry

Jan 23rd 2018
ONLINE -

Emerging Opportunities in a Rapidly Evolving Ecosystem

The US medical imaging industry is transforming to cope with the challenges of the present and the demands of the future. The current care provision landscape is highly fragmented, and a coherent strategy is required to enhance interoperability among stakeholders across the imaging ecosystem. This is essential to bring about standardization of the care protocols, development of new industry best practices and improvement of workflow productivity—essential prerequisites toward improving the efficiency of care provision, improving patient outcomes and lowering costs. Stakeholders across the industry must also come together to eliminate redundancies and duplications, and streamline the imaging process, to improve the patient experience. Market participants need to work more collaboratively with care providers to address unmet needs and develop technologies and solutions that help care providers address regulatory and reimbursement compliances without having to invest in additional manpower and resources.

Attend this session for insights on the following:

  • The current US medical imaging ecosystem, its inherent challenges, and how stakeholders are working together to make it more efficient
  • Some of the unmet needs in the industry and how OEMs and other imaging forms are working with care providers to address these needs
  • Exciting future opportunity areas in imaging, which go beyond big data analytics and population health management, and focus more on using data to bring about standardization of the imaging and image interpretation process, improving the patient experience and making smarter long-term procurement decisions
  • The evolving role of the radiologist, challenges faced, and how the industry is helping the radiologist play a more direct role in the patient outcomes process.

 


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