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Healthcare IT Research PackageA four-report research package offering and in-depth view into eight different market segments within the healthcare IT market.Subscribers Only
Artificial Intelligence (AI) for medical diagnosticsJanuary 16, 2020It is clear that the application of AI within healthcare is here to stay. Part of the AI research IHS Markit been conducting over the last two years has been focused on machines developed primarily for medical diagnostics and drug discovery, with our most recent reporting now covering more than $8 billion in venture funding for 363 machines and counting...
HLTH 2019 Tradeshow SummaryNovember 11, 2019HLTH 2019 – Creating health’s future is all about about AI and asynchronous healthcare delivery.
Gathering for the future of health technologyOctober 24, 2019From October 27 through October 30, 2019, IHS Markit Technology (now part of Informa Tech), will be at the annual HLTH conference in Las Vegas, Nevada. As last year, the focus of this forum will be to “create” the future of health. More than 2700 companies, from various sectors and industries, public and private, national and international will join forces on tackling one of the most important topics of the 21st century.
WEBCAST - What’s the diagnosis? The 2020 healthcare technology marketLed by IHS Markit Healthcare Technology expertsView on-demand
Hosted by IHS Markit Healthcare Technology expertsWatch this webcast to learn about major healthcare technology trends, rising opportunities, segment outlooks, and promising developments in areas from point of care to personal health.
GE Healthcare wins the race for the first FDA clearance for mobile X-ray device embedded and powered by AI algorithms to detect collapsed lungSeptember 17, 2019The Critical Care system will pave the way for many more AI embedded (edge inference) and powered X-ray devices to enable more accurate and timely diagnosis for critical conditions, relieving the burden radiologists are facing with increasing patient caseloads.
American Telemedicine Association (ATA) 2019 Tradeshow SummaryApril 26, 2019Connected health includes digital health (consumer medical devices, fitness devices, remote patient monitoring, health kiosks, virtual consults), connected clinical care, healthcare IT, and telemedicine. The American Telemedicine Association (ATA) conference continues to expand its coverage of connected health in its discussions and exposition...
How e-commerce can disrupt healthcare provision and distribution: The case of AmazonMarch 29, 2019Amazon is targeting four different parts of the healthcare market through two existing platforms (Amazon Web Services and Amazon Business) and two new ventures (Haven - the Berkshire Hathaway/JPMorgan Chase partnership and the acquisition of PillPack). In this special report, IHS Markit examines the potential for each of these initiatives to disrupt the healthcare market in general and the supply chain in particular.
Healthcare IT and AI: Artificial intelligence is making its way in through various initiativesMarch 19, 2019Artificial intelligence (AI) and other emerging technologies can be empowering instead of fearsome by enabling healthcare practitioners to put greater focus on patient care. This viewpoint, IHS Markit finds, is increasingly voiced throughout the healthcare industry as it adjusts to disruptive changes wrought by digital and transformative technologies.Subscribers Only
HIMSS 2019 Tradeshow SummaryMarch 12, 2019Major technology providers continue their focus on health informatics
Philips to acquire Carestream’s Health Information Systems UnitMarch 07, 2019Royal Philips has today announced an agreement to acquire the Healthcare Information Systems business line of Carestream Health Inc. The expectation is that combining Carestream’s cloud-based enterprise imaging platform with Philip’s radiology informatics products (including its own enterprise imaging solutions), will not only augment their overall technology platform, but will expand Philip’s footprint in Latin America, Europe, and Asia, where Carestream has been working to gain an installed base of healthcare systems.
Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare Technology Report - 2019Machine Learning for Medical Diagnostics – Ecosystem AnalysisDecember 31, 2018The research contained in this report provides a taxonomy of the ecosystem supporting machine learning with diagnostic applications, the use cases for the machines, an estimate of investment in machine development, and the partnerships between suppliers and the healthcare industry. In total, more than 260 companies, academic organizations, and healthcare providers have been researched. The companies and organizations profiled are focused on aggregating and analyzing large datasets of information from clinical care services for the purpose of improving clinical decision support and health outcomes, not business analytics.Subscribers Only
Medical Enterprise Data Storage Report - 2018August 09, 2018IHS Markit developed this report using a variety of sources, the core of which was composed of primary research interviews with specialists. This report presents VNA and IE independently and analyzes the industry by revenues for software and services, study volume, cumulative volume, new installations, sub-regions and regions.Subscribers Only
Radiology & Cardiology IT (RIS, PACS, CVIS, CV-PACS) Report - 2018July 30, 2018This report provides an up-to-date, comprehensive description of the radiology and cardiology IT software and services market and identifies trends that will have a significant influence over the next five years. The scope of this report covers revenue from software, services, installed base, and analysis of cloud usage.Subscribers Only
Led by Texas Instruments, the Industrial Semiconductor Market Grew Nearly 12 Percent in 2017, IHS Markit SaysJune 05, 2018Worldwide industrial semiconductor revenues grew by 11.8 percent year over year, reaching $49.1 billion in 2017, according to the latest analysis from IHS Markit (Nasdaq: INFO), a world leader in critical information, analytics and solutions.
Disruptive innovation and transformative tech ruled at HLTHMay 21, 2018With the spotlight trained on new buzzword mechanisms like blockchain and augmented intelligence, disruptive innovation and transformative technologies in healthcare were the subjects of lively debate and discussion at this year’s HLTH conference. Held for four days in early May in Las Vegas, HLTH presented an expansive forum for healthcare professionals, companies, and policymakers to discuss new advances and challenges confronting the healthcare ecosystem. Drawing representation from the healthcare continuum, such as health payment and delivery, the event also offered insights into how the industry could leverage ongoing disruption toward providing next-generation healthcare.
Healthcare attracts many big tech names at HIMSS 2018March 22, 2018While healthcare as a vertical is not new for most of the world’s largest companies, their brand presence within the industry is significantly increasing. Of course this includes GE, Philips, and Siemens, but also Amazon, Google, and Microsoft for cloud (among other services), Cisco for wireless infrastructure, Qualcomm for electronic vitals capturing, Verizon for patient connectivity to health-related environments, IBM for advanced analytics, and Uber for mobility. And while not exhibiting, Apple should also be included for work on Health Kit, the Cerner collaboration for extending EHR access, and now AC Wellness.
Vendor neutral study volumes to reach 7.2 billion during 2021April 13, 2017Many vendor neutral archive (VNA) products are evolving to add functionality that enables advanced workflow capabilities on top of storage and disaster recovery. As data becomes increasingly important to healthcare systems, VNA platforms are bringing together disparate patient information silos to form a more complete longitudinal medical record.
MACRA, Telemedicine and Walmart - The ATA Fall Forum 2016October 07, 2016The themes of the American Telemedicine Association’s (ATA) 2016 Fall Forum were familiar, but discussed with increased optimism as the long anticipated evolution from traditional healthcare to more efficient provision is well under way. Some of these themes included EMR integration, healthcare as an international business, increased consumer awareness (Walmart and other direct-to-consumer models), innovation from third party vendors, and the Medicare Access & CHIP Reauthorization Act (MACRA).
Healthcare IT: Managing the Care Continuum through Technology InnovationNovember 12, 2015As part of the Medical Technology research methodology at IHS, we regularly hold conversations with the vendors providing hardware and software solutions to healthcare providers, as well as the providers themselves. This article is the second in a series that highlights key points from these recent provider discussions. In general, all of the conversations in this series involve managing the care continuum through technology innovation. The following discussion was held with Courtney Green, Director of Nursing at OhioHealth and Sue Schodorf, Application System Consultant at OhioHealth. Specific topics covered include medical human capital management (also known as workforce management), cloud-based solutions, analytics and EMR integration.