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Reliable, in-depth market research and consultancy services for the medical device industry. Coverage includes medical imaging equipment, remote patient monitoring, consumer medical devices, medical displays, performance monitoring and other wearable technologies.
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  • Jessica Edge | April 25, 2016
    Economic and political uncertainties in a number of the traditional high-growth markets have led to medical device manufacturers seeking new market growth opportunities. Weaker currencies have hit sales of medical imaging equipment, both X-ray and ultrasound systems, in Latin America. The Brazilian market has been most affected, with growth in this market slowing noticeably. Previously, strong growth in sales of medical imaging equipment in Russia had been expected; however, the currently weak economy and political factors have halted growth in this market, for non-domestic manufacturers in particular. The Chinese market for medical imaging equipment has be one of the world’s fastest growing in recent years, because of high levels of healthcare investment. The slow-down in economic growth and the Chinese government’s continued support of local medical device manufacturers have resulted in some uncertainty in short-term growth for multi-national suppliers of medical imaging systems; however, in the longer term, faster market growth is expected to return.
  • Roeen Roashan | April 22, 2016
    Facebook recently announced, at the F8 Developer Conference, the integration of chat bots in its Messenger application. This will enable companies to create bots that interact with users. More than 30 companies have partnered with Facebook to create these chat bots for their services, and one of them is San Francisco based, HealthTap. HealthTap primarily offers customized health content through its 100,000+ physician base. Its paying members have unlimited access to virtual consultations.
  • Roeen Roashan | April 08, 2016
    While a smartwatch in itself is far from a medical device, both in terms of intended go-to-market strategy of manufacturers but also sensor capability, there are others ways to catch the attention of the medical community. Accessories and apps are leading the way in this regard.

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  • Benjamin Niu | April 28, 2016
    The Flat-panel Detector Supply report is a new area of research included within the X-ray intelligence service. This research focuses on the market for flat-panel detectors (FPD) and the suppliers within this market.
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  • Shane Walker | March 31, 2016
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  • October 06, 2015
    This presentation provides an overview of the recent mammography X-ray deliverable, focusing on key global and regional trends, in addition to analysis of variance and market shares.
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  • Icon Principal Analyst, Medical Devices & Healthcare IT
    Kelly Patrick is a principal analyst within the medical devices and healthcare IT team, part of IHS technology. Kelly is focused primarily on developing market studies in the clinical care device...
  • Icon Director, Medical Technology
    Shane Walker manages the Medical Technology research portfolio at IHS. Shane’s current medical technology coverage areas include telehealth, medical displays, healthcare IT, sports monitoring and other wearable technology.
  • Icon Associate Director, Medical Devices & Healthcare IT
    Stephen Holloway is an associate director in the medical device and healthcare IT research team, part of IHS technology. He manages a team of expert analysts in research and delivery of an extensive portfolio of market leading clinical care and medical imaging device market research studies.

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