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Radiology Information Systems is Continues to Grow owing to Rising Use of Various Imaging Technologies

Radiology Information Systems

A new research report by Transparency Market Research defines radiology information systems and explains its importance as a diagnostic tool. The report also briefs readers about the changing trends in radiology information systems. Over the past two decades, radiology information systems have developed as a specific area of medical informatics. Today, in many hospitals, many settings of radiology information systems such as order entry, report repository, patient registration, and physician directory have shifted towards enterprise electronic records. While most of the hospitals aim to understand digital transformation, radiology is expected to progress its use of information technology and analytics.

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The report, titled “Radiology Information Systems Market - Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends, and Forecast 2016 - 2024,” highlights the importance of radiology as a diagnostic tool for various diseases. Radiology comprises many imaging technologies such as magnetic resonance imaging, X-ray, computed tomography, positron emission tomography, and ultrasound. These imaging technologies are used for the diagnosis of a variety of skeletal conditions and diseases. Skeletal fractures are also diagnosed by using radiology. The increasing use of various imaging technologies is expected to propel the global radiology information systems market.

The demand for curative and noninvasive diagnostic means is increasing in many regions. This is expected to be the primary reason behind the growth of the global demand for radiology information systems. Radiology depends on numerous electromagnetic processes and thus it does not include incisions. This factor makes radiology a preferable option to the patrons. In many regions, many people are being diagnosed with diseases such as bone disorders and cancer. Radiology is commonly used to diagnose cancer and other disorders, which is a driving factor for the global radiology information systems market.

The demand for integrated RIS, especially from the healthcare sector is rising. This trend is also expected to contribute towards the growth of the global radiology information systems market. Integrated RIS are comprehensive in the examination and are more efficient and thus they have beaten standalone RIS. Integrated RIS is predicted to be the largest segment of the global radiology information systems market in the years to come.

As per the findings of the report, mergers and acquisitions of the startup companies will benefit the global market. The rising focus on developed nations for developing healthcare infrastructure is expected to steady the demand for radiology information systems. For a competitive analysis, the global radiology information systems market is geographically divided into North America, Asia Pacific, Europe, and Rest of the World. At present, the global market is led by North America owing to the growing digitization.

Carestream Health, Inc., McKesson Corp., Siemens Healthcare, Philips Healthcare, and GE Healthcare are some of the companies operating in the global market for radiology information systems.

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Ram Sonagara works at Transparency Market Research. TMR is a market intelligence company providing global business research reports and consulting services.

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