Healthcare IT Market Update

2019-08-12T10:00:55+02:00August 12th, 2019|General|

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MICI Q3 2019 – The Marketech Group

The Medical Imaging Confidence Index (MICI) Q3 results remain stable overall. However, for facilities of all bed sizes, there is decreasing confidence that internal operating and staff costs will remain constant (141 in Q2 to 130 in Q3)

Digital health ecosystems: A payer perspective – McKinsey

Creating or participating in a digital health ecosystem can allow payers to take advantage of their central position in the healthcare landscape and expand in new directions

How Agile Is Powering Healthcare Innovation – Bain & Company

Healthcare companies face growing pressure to innovate in product development, services and customer experience. Nearly 80% of healthcare executives say they need to be more Agile, but only 30% are familiar with Agile innovation. 75% of executives say their Agile teams perform better or significantly better than traditional teams do.

AI shows promise for reducing mammography workload – AuntMinnie

AI algorithm can improve the specificity of mammography interpretation without affecting sensitivity and reduce the mammography workload for radiologists by nearly one-fifth, according to a new study. How can this be accomplished?

Global Healthcare Report Q2 2019 – CB Insights Research

First ever CBInsights healthcare report gives a data-driven look at global healthcare technology investment trends, top deals, active investors, and corporate activity in Q2 2019 covering macro trends across geographies in both the digital health and broader healthcare spaces.

Five Reasons to Have Business Intelligence in Your Imaging IT Portfolio – Signify Research

A new generation of radiology focused business intelligence solutions are entering the market. Although general business intelligence tools and homebrew solutions have been used by healthcare providers for the last 10 years or more, the new business Intelligence and analytics tools are intended to provide more radiology and modality focused analytics to help improve departmental performance and profitability.

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