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Providing high quality and in-depth market research and consultancy services to the medical device industry. Coverage includes medical imaging equipment, clinical care devices, healthcare IT, remote patient monitoring, consumer medical devices, medical displays, performance monitoring and other wearable technologies.

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  • Benjamin Niu | September 28, 2015
    In May 2014, the National Healthcare and Family Planning Commission (NHFPC) launched the ‘Excellent Domestic Medical Device Selection’ program. This is the first government approved open selection of domestic medical devices in China in order to form the ‘Excellent Domestic Medical Device’ catalog. In such a large potential medical electronics industry, fighting for more market share for local brands will always be a core focus of the Chinese government creating an increasingly challenging environment for multinational suppliers.
  • Shane Walker | September 21, 2015
    As Nariman Behravesh, lead economist with IHS, has noted “nurturing the process of innovation will ensure that the huge improvement in the human condition that has occurred over the past two centuries was not a fluke of history”. Indeed, nurturing innovation was the primary topic of conversation at Qualcomm Life Connect 2015 (Internet of Medical Things) held in San Diego during August 31 and September 1, 2015. With cautious optimism about short-term growth expectations for digital health, and more resolute optimism for growth in the long-term, the event brought together several key players in the digital health ecosystem that are making use of Qualcomm’s 2net/Healthy Circles connectivity platform. This article is a synopsis of Connect 2015 with additional insight from recent work that IHS has conducted in regard to digital health.
  • Antonios Maroulis | September 03, 2015
    This is not the first time that Google’s hardware is compatible with iOS. Google’s experiment with eye-wear, Google Glass, was also compatible with iPhones in addition to Android and offered very similar functionality. This is a big step for the smartwatch industry. To date, iPhone users’ choices of smartwatches were limited...


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  • Shane Walker, Roeen Roashan | August 25, 2015
    The world market for wearable technologies was worth an estimated $11.35 billion in 2014, up by nearly 18% from 2013. The market is continuously experiencing high growth, which is supported by demand from several wearable applications including medical, fitness, and infotainment.
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  • Stephen Holloway | August 12, 2015
    The fifth edition of the CT equipment report provides in-depth analysis of the key trends, growth drivers and inhibitors in the CT equipment market. This report identifies growth rates by country, for over 25 individual markets. Market sizing by product type is also provided in revenues ($), unit shipments and average selling prices, with annual forecasts to 2019.
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  • Holly Ingram | August 12, 2015
    In the short term, demand for open MRI will continue to increase as a result of growth in the emerging regions. Open MRI provides a cost-effective alternative to closed systems; therefore, it is preferred in markets with limited budgets.
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  • Nicola Goatman | October 02, 2015
    IHS is pleased to announce the publication of the global ultrasound clinical application market forecasts. 5 year growth rate forecasts are provided for 20 clinical applications at a sub-regional level. Key country markets are also broken out in this year’s forecasts.
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  • Sarah Jones | September 25, 2015
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  • Nicola Goatman | September 15, 2015
    The clinical application database provides additional deep dive analysis of the global ultrasound market by clinical application. Market sizing in terms of revenues, units shipments and ASP is provided for 8 product types further split by 20 applications and over 15 countries...
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  • Sarah Jones | 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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