Report studies medical imaging workstations market based on modality, component, usage mode, clinical specialty, application, and region. It also covers the factors affecting market growth, analyzes the various opportunities and challenges in the market, and provides details of the competitive landscape for market leaders.
The global medical imaging workstations market is projected to reach USD 1,377 million by 2023 from USD 897 million in 2018, at a CAGR of 8.9%. This report studies the medical imaging workstations market based on modality, component, usage mode, clinical specialty, application, and region.
The report will enrich both established firms as well as new entrants/smaller firms to gauge the pulse of the market, which, in turn, will help firms garner greater market shares.
The report studies medical imaging workstations market based on modality, component, usage mode, clinical specialty, application, and region. The study analyzes micro markets with respect to their individual growth trends and forecasts the size of market segments with respect to four key regions—North America, Europe, the Asia Pacific, and the Rest of the World (and the respective countries in these regions).
Factors such as the rising global burden of target diseases, increased product commercialization, rising public-private investments to support product development, evolving user preference for digital platforms, and the establishment of new medical facilities are driving the growth of the global medical imaging workstations market.
Based on clinical specialty, the medical imaging workstations market is segmented into general imaging/radiology, oncology, cardiology, obstetrics and gynecology, mammography, orthopedics, urology, and other clinical specialties.
Breakdown of supply-side primary interviews:
- By Company Type: Tier 1 – 45%, Tier 2 – 34%, and Tier 3 – 21%
- By Designation: C-level – 14%, Director-level – 10%, and Others – 76%
- By Region: Europe - 35%, North America – 32%, APAC – 25%, and RoW – 8%
The major players operating in the global medical imaging workstations market are General Electric Company (US), Koninklijke Philips N.V. (Netherlands), Siemens AG (Germany), Fujifilm Holdings Corporation (Japan), Canon Medical Systems Corporation (Japan), Carestream Health (US), Hologic (US), Carl Zeiss Meditec AG (Germany), Accuray Incorporated (US), Capsa Healthcare (US), Ampronix (US), Medicor Imaging (US), NGI Group (France), Alma IT Systems (Spain), and Pie Medical Imaging (Netherlands).
The oncology segment is expected to account for the largest share of the medical imaging workstations market in 2018 due to the growing need for the early and effective cancer diagnosis & treatment, coupled with the greater usage of multimodal diagnosis for the accurate clinical assessment of cancer. However, the premium pricing of these workstations may restrain market growth to a certain extent in the coming years.
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The medical imaging workstations market is segmented into diagnostic imaging, clinical review, and advanced imaging workstations. The diagnostic imaging workstations segment is expected to account for the largest share of the medical imaging workstations market in 2018 due to the ongoing market transition from 2D to 3D clinical diagnostics and the greater integration of healthcare infrastructure with PACS, cloud-based solutions, and thin-client platforms across mature countries.