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Poland Diagnostics Market (Imaging & In Vitro) Reports: 2014 - 2016 Forecasts & Analysis in New Research Reports

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RnRMarketResearch.com adds "Imaging Diagnostics Market in Poland 2012" and "In Vitro Diagnostics Market in Poland 2012" reports to its store.

Medical and diagnostic imaging services constitute a substantial segment of the Polish healthcare industry. As the equipment used at private and publicly operated hospitals, clinics, and imaging centres evolves to include the latest technological advances, the quality of service provided to patients improves in comfort, efficiency and accuracy.  Equipment updates are just one force for growth in Poland's imaging diagnostics market.

Imaging diagnostics market in Poland 2012, Development forecasts for 2012-2014 explores a range of growth drivers along with growth barriers, overall market conditions, Poland's healthcare infrastructure, and the network of distribution channels for diagnostic imaging equipment across the country.

This innovative report supplies complete profiles of the major manufacturers and distributors of imaging equipment by market segment: CT, MRI, ultrasound, PET and x-ray and nuclear medicine, including a special Excel database supplement dedicated to these companies. It also lists and describes the country's selected largest diagnostic imaging centres, evaluating their facilities, equipment and National Health Fund contracts, and explains the regulatory environment governing the operation of equipment and provision of imaging services in Poland.

Readers will benefit from segment-by-segment analysis of the CT, MRI, ultrasound, PET and X-ray and nuclear medicine sectors - presenting an overview of market conditions, breakdown of segment value and forecasts for growth in the next two years. The report tracks trends in pricing, macroeconomic and demographic conditions in Poland and analyses their effects on the market at large. Many of the market dynamics are illustrated in table and graph form for easy reference and quick comprehension.

This report enhances the market coverage found in Imaging diagnostics market in Central Europe 2012. It elaborates on the Polish market and aids professionals in a variety of business tasks, including: preparation of shareholder and management reports, market and competition research in anticipation of expanding operations, locating promising prospects for investment and/or sources of funding, researching legal and regulatory conditions, estimating demand for a particular type of equipment and planning a strategy for corporate growth.

In addition, the document serves as a reliable source of accurate data, analysis and forecasts for government and trade organisations, businesses that provide consulting and analysis services and research and educational institutions that handle projects connected to the diagnostic imaging sector in Poland.

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Evaluate growth prospects in the Polish laboratory diagnostics market with another new report that features forecasts to 2016 for in vitro products and services. The IVD market in Poland has experienced growth due to technological advances and increased health awareness among Polish healthcare consumers. As a result, certain categories of tests have become routine procedures, and service providers, mainly large laboratory chains and testing centres, have expanded across the country and are likely to continue to do so in the coming years.

In order to keep track of newly emerging segments and industry-leading businesses, suppliers and competitors active in this market find In vitro diagnostics market in Poland 2012, Development forecasts for 2012-2016 to be an indispensible source of data and analysis when planning operations and sourcing new opportunities.

This groundbreaking document examines the market in its entirety and evaluates its many segments: clinical chemistry, immunochemistry, diabetes testing products and equipment, haematology/histology/cytology, microbiology and molecular diagnostics. It offers data designed to track import and export activity from 2005 thru Q1 2012, in addition to expertly calculated forecasts for the period to 2016.

The report presents information on consumer habits such as the frequency of cytology, glucose testing or monitoring of blood cholesterol, and the amount of money most are willing to spend on such services. It provides demographic and epidemiological assessments along with reliability and quality ratings for tests administered at Polish centres and processed at diagnostic laboratories.

The document also presents profiles of leading corporations engaged in market activity, from IVD reagents and equipment manufacturers to chain laboratories. It provides total numbers of testing centres and labs operated by the market's most influential companies, offers details on outsourcing within the industry and reports on the specific types of testing performed by the key operators. Finally, the report highlights the potential for substantial tenders and names the manufacturers to which these contracts are most often awarded.

Potential new entries to this market as well as established enterprises will benefit from knowledge of the highest value segments, most-manufactured products and trends poised to influence the growth of the Polish IVD market in both positive and negative ways during the forecast period. They will appreciate the report's analytical approach to supplying data and analysis on the various segments and categories of this complex marketplace.

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