Global Computed Tomography Market, Forecast to 2021

With Minimal Technological Differentiation, Stake Holders Focus on Value Based Products and Operational Expenditure Models
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Published: 6 Nov 2017

The study aims to analyze and forecast the Computed Tomography market in North America (the United States and Canada), Europe and Asia-Pacific countries for 2016. Research Scope: Market trends (Utilization of conventional and emerging clinical applications, growth indicators, factors influencing ROI, critical unmet needs and potential game changing strategy, growth opportunities for computed tomography, emerging clinical application trends, technology trends driving CT growth, future prospects, product Profile, Competitive Structure; Market Metrics; Market Share; Revenues; Strategy) Regional Trends: North America (United States and Canada) Europe: Western Europe (Germany, United Kingdom, Italy, France, Spain, Benelux, Scandinavia); Eastern Europe (Poland, Czech Republic, Hungary, Bulgaria, Romania); Asia-Pacific (Australia, China, India, Japan, Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia) Analysis by low end CT scanner (less than 16 slice), mid-low CT scanner (16-40 slice), mid-high CT scanner-64 slice and high end CT scanner(128, 256, and above, dual source and spectral imaging) and by the three regions. Market Measurements are analyzed for the year 2014-2016 and forecast up to 2021 – Revenue and Year-on-Year growth rate by regions and segments. Pricing range and growth trend by sub-segment for the base year is discussed. An extensive list of manufacturers in CT space to watch out for in 2016 is provided. Computed Tomography (CT) has become ubiquitous in most secondary and tertiary care hospitals and diagnostic imaging centers as a standard diagnostic and screening tool for various body applications. Despite a matured segment, technological innovation in the recent years has resulted in system upgrading that has introduced various clinical applications focusing on pediatric, advanced cardiac applications, colon and lung cancer screening . With the advent of private hospitals and favorable reimbursements health insurance, there is more demand for patient safety and quality of technologies, reduced hospitalization and reduction in overall healthcare costs. Despite maturity, CT presents scope for replacement, especially in globally as most countries have 20% of the equipment aged over 10 years. Globally, countries are giving emphasis to safety and outcomes caused by X-ray systems, reduced radiation, seamless workflow, and automation. Business models focusing on managed services, pay per use and sharing services are changing the landscape of the CT procurement due to higher equipment cost. These factors determine the growth of the CT market. Strategies, growth analysis, competitive landscape, and future focus are discussed for vendor’s (GE Healthcare, Philips Healthcare, Siemens Healthcare, Hitachi Medical, Samsung Neurologica and Neusoft Medical Systems). The base year for the study is 2016, with historic years 2014 and 2015 and 2017 to 2021 as forecast period.



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