Washington G-2 Reports releases top-10 trends to watch in the diagnostic imaging industry
NEWARK, N.J., April 23 /PRNewswire/ -- Demand for outpatient diagnostic imaging has never been higher; and it is only expected to increase over the next three years. In fact, demand for outpatient diagnostic imaging is expected to increase by double digits across all modalities (CT, nuclear Cardiology, MRI, ultrasound, general radiology, DEXA, PET, mammography, nuclear science) through 2012, with CT volume increasing by nearly 76.9% followed by nuclear cardiography (41.1%) and MRI (39.6%). Some of the factors influencing the top trend in diagnostic imaging include: new technology and growth in available applications, aging demographics, increased consumerism, the practice of preventative medicine by physicians, and expansion of coverage, particularly for PET scans.
Washington G-2 Reports' Diagnostic Imaging Industry Outlook 2009: Market Trends & Analysis provides expert perspective on the top 10 trends that will shape the structure and the growth of the diagnostic imaging industry, through 2012. The research provides insight into the size and structure of the U.S. diagnostic imaging market, managed care, Medicare and Medicaid, M&A, modality utilization and trends, the imaging equipment market and the overall outlook for the U.S. diagnostic and imaging market -- including advice on imminent challenges that could affect providers' ability to expand or even survive in coming years.
The research includes profiles of publicly traded U.S. diagnostic imaging chains, including: Alliance Imaging, HCA, Inc., InSight Health Services and RadNet, Inc. Each profile includes critical contact info (address, telephone, email, fax, names of leading employees (e.g., CEO, VPs, Directors)), a company overview, and financial information (e.g., revenue, pre-tax and net income, shareholder's equity).
About Washington G-2 Reports
An independent news and information service, specializing in diagnostic testing and related medical services, Washington G-2 Reports is the leading market research and publishing firm serving the clinical diagnostic laboratory market in the U.S. Washington G-2 Reports offers timely, accurate reporting and analysis to subscribers in all 50 states, Puerto Rico, Canada, Europe and Asia. In addition to publishing a variety of newsletters, reference guides and research, Washington G-2 Reports sponsors the Lab Institute and other related programs. Washington G-2 Reports is a division of the Institute of Management and Administration (IOMA, Newark, N.J.), a subsidiary of the Bureau of National affairs (Washington, D.C.).
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