MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., June 4 /PRNewswire/ --
Tuesday, June 8, 2010 at 1:00 p.m. ET
Online, with free registration
Nadim Daher, Senior Industry Analyst,
The past two years have brought a variety of changes to the medical imaging industry. In response to rising challenges on the financial front, imaging providers have had to re-visit and re-strategize their priorities, plans and budgets for continued growth, or at least to remain profitable. From putting capital purchasing on hold to shopping for new IT productivity solutions, different providers have various reactions to the recent financial crisis. Understanding the current mindset of medical imaging customers will be the key to successful marketing of technology solutions in the near future.
Highlights of the briefing include analysis of the recent adopted strategies and implementations by imaging providers with regard to capital spending for medical imaging technology, customer segments based on purchase behavior, and exploration for each segment's characteristics.
This briefing will benefit the industry vendors active in the U.S. medical imaging and imaging informatics markets. This discussion will assess the recent and future decisions being implemented by hospital-based imaging providers in the face of the recent financial crisis.
"Two distinct types of medical imaging customers have emerged from the recent economic downturn: Those who have put a hold on capital spending for technology, and those who have taken on a proactive attitude in the face of these rising challenges," observes Daher.
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