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Roeen Roashan | March 10, 2017
The idea of digital health seems to represent a strong indication towards consumerism in healthcare – a notion that individuals take full ownership of their health, whether that is behavioral such as personal health monitoring, or quite literally e.g. ownership of medical records. Most of this represents little or no value in current time, because consumer ownership of healthcare does not change the engagement with the healthcare sector in any profound way. Surely there may be tons of health data stored somewhere in the care continuum, but it is neither applied in scale or meaningfully, nor is it considered to be so. There a many reasons for this including interoperability issues, workflow misalignment, lack of feasibility given current operational emphasis of healthcare providers, low quality data and many more.
Roeen Roashan | March 10, 2017
Connected health and the Internet of Medical Things (IOMT) have grown its presence in recent years at the annual Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. This year’s focus was virtual reality (VR) applications in healthcare and the growing ecosystem of peripheral devices used for connected health monitoring.

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  • Jessica Edge | March 09, 2017
    This research covers each of the modalities within the X-ray market. This research covers the following product types; general vascular angiography, neurology, general coronary, electrophysiology, combined IR/IC systems, and hybrid operating rooms.
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  • Jessica Edge | March 09, 2017
    This file combines all of the X-ray modality data provided in the 2016 X-ray intelligence service in a pivot data and pivot table format. Allowing easy manipulation and comparison of data across the different modality types.
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    A comprehensive database capturing a detailed view of the digital health market: clinical care, consumer medical, fitness, and telehealth applications.
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  • Jessica Edge | March 09, 2017
    This file contains an overview of the main highlights and trends from the European Congress of Radiology (ECR) 2017. Including key takeaways and product highlights in the X-ray and Ultrasound markets.
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  • Jessica Edge | December 07, 2016
    This file contains an overview of the key highlights and trends from RSNA 2016. Including key takeaways in the following areas: advanced visualization, virtual reality, and 3D printing; breast screening and ABUS; innovation in MRI and CT; mobile X-ray and FPD market entrants; and intelligent software.
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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 Director, Healthcare Technology
    Jason dePreaux is a director with IHS Inc., and leads its medical technology market intelligence group. He manages an international team of analysts producing high-quality market data, forecasts, and competitive intelligence on medical devices and healthcare IT.
  • Icon Research Manager, Healthcare Technology
    Kelly Patrick is a Research Manager within the Healthcare Technology team, part of IHS technology.
  • Icon Senior Principal Analyst, Healthcare Technology
    Shane Walker is a Senior Principal Analyst on the Healthcare Technology team at IHS. Shane’s current medical technology coverage areas include telehealth, medical displays, healthcare IT, sports monitoring and other wearable technology.
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