Transparency Market Research has published a new report, titled “Radiology Information Systems Market – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends, and Forecast 2016 – 2024.”According to the report, the global demand for radiology information systems is increasing as it has become an integral part of the electronic health-record systems for tracking a patient’s utilization of radiology services during a treatment procedure.
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With radiology becoming a vital diagnostic tool for several diseases, the market for radiology information system is expected to continue to flourish during the forecast period. Some of the imaging technologies which are included under radiology and being used extensively all across the globe for the diagnosis of a variety of diseases and skeletal conditions include x-rays, ultrasound, positron emission tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, and computed tomography. One of the key factors fuelling the growth of the global radiology information systems market is the rising trend of making use of minimally invasive or non-invasive diagnostic tools.
On the basis of geography, North America is leading in the global radiology information systems market on account of its widespread use as well as presence of sophisticated healthcare infrastructure. The growing demand for digitization has also been extremely beneficial for the growth of the radiology information systems market in North America. In addition to this, patients in North America have the financial support or ability for availing advanced treatments. Asia Pacific is also anticipated to witness stupendous growth within the radiology information systems market during the forecast period on account of the growing support from government in order to have advanced healthcare infrastructure.
The report profiles prominent players operating within the global radiology information systems market. They are Philips Healthcare, Carestream Health, Inc., Siemens HealthcareMcKesson Corp., and GE Healthcare.