Louise Chan

Louise Chan

Louise Chan is an analyst within the Healthcare Technology team at IHS Markit, based in the UK Wellingborough office.

Ms. Chan covers medical imaging, primarily focusing on the MRI market. She joined the technology practice in July 2016, and moved to the Healthcare Technology team in 2018. Previously, she was a data transformation analyst in the Solar and Energy Storage team supporting the team in their research and marketing. She holds a Bachelor of Science with honours in biology from The University of Northampton, United Kingdom.


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Moving on up: Mobile MRI system demand is increasing, as provisions expand

Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) is the fastest growing and most versatile of all the imaging modalities. However, reducing healthcare budgets is a continuing trend, and this can sometimes deter investment towards the installation of additional MRI imaging facilities at clinical settings. Radiologists are under increased pressure to provide high-quality levels of service to patients, despite the increase in patient throughput, and the reduction of investment in healthcare provisions.

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Healthcare Technology
MRI Equipment Report - 2018

The seventh edition of the MRI equipment report provides in-depth analysis of the key trends, growth drivers and inhibitors in the MRI equipment market. This report identifies growth rates by country.

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Healthcare Technology
The UKRCO conference: a microcosm of healthcare in the UK?
The UKRCO conference: a microcosm of healthcare in the UK?

The UKRCO could be considered the perfect platform and opportunity for medical imaging providers to showcase their transformative technologies. In turn, the AI capabilities in the systems of the imaging providers could revolutionize the UK’s healthcare service and become integral in the prevention by 2033 of more than 20,000 cancer-related deaths per year.he palpable absence of AI at UKRCO shows that even some of the most developed imaging markets in the West do not necessarily enjoy a clear head start when it comes to AI.

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Healthcare Technology
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