Spain’s New Business Models in Medical Imaging, Forecast to 2020

Customer-Vendor Partnerships Find Windows of Opportunity Amidst a Deepening Public-Private Healthcare Divide
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Published: 2 Feb 2017

Low economic growth and limited access to capital funding compel hospitals in Spain to adopt new purchasing and service models for imaging equipment. The drive to operationalize capital and service costs favors non-conventional business models in Spain over traditional capital-intensive purchasing and service models. Vendor-customer engagement over 10 to 15 years includes a broad range of value-adding services not limited to in-time renewal and procurement of new equipment. Equipment vendors and multi-vendor service providers are improving their solutions designed to provide a long-term partner-based service model with a commitment to outcomes and a risk-sharing component. This study presents the addressable market for medical imaging Managed Equipment Services (MES) and Multi-vendor Services (MVS) in Spain. The research service also discusses case studies, market opportunity, the competitive landscape, along with growth opportunities and companies to action.

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