Frost & Sullivan: Will the medical imaging industry ever be interoperable?

Written by Mackenzie Garrity | January 12, 2018 | Print  |

To provide into the future of the medical imaging industry, Frost & Sullivan is hosting an upcoming webinar Jan. 23.

Here’s what you need to know:

 

1. Throughout the webinar, Frost & Sullivan analysts will define the medical imaging ecosystem, discuss the industries unmet needs, share thoughts about the future and provide solutions to standardize medical imaging.

 

2. Additionally, Frost & Sullivan will give insight into the roles radiologists play in medical imaging. The company believes radiologist will transform their roles from passive players into active roles in patient care.

 

3. The U.S. medical imaging industry is facing various regulatory and reimbursement challenges while also combating stagnant imaging procedure volumes.

 

4. Medical imaging competitors are now collaborating more often in order to make the imaging process more patient friendly and efficient, which then results in larger reimbursements.

 

5. Frost & Sullivan also notes the industry’s move away from episodic care management to population health approaches. The company emphasizes the importance of interoperability.

 

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