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Continuous Hospital Computer Tomography (CT) Market Census, France 2010 and Outlook to 2015

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Published Date » 2010-11-01
No. Of Pages » 22

This is the most comprehensive European market report on the installed base of radiology modality types (General Radiology, Mammography, R&F, Angiography, CT, MRI,) and radiology IT systems (PACS, Teleradiology, Advanced Visualisation, Imaging Data Center, Computer Aided Detection) in European hospitals. Hospitals are periodically surveyed to collect information on installed systems, room configuration, manufacturer of the system, year of installation, lifespan, investment plans, number of examinations and budgets
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Demographics
Hospital demography & radiology infrastructure per segment
Plans and trends to privatization / outsourcing radiology activities
Installed base, age profile, life span, market shares for CT Systems,
Investment plans
Market development forecast
Equipment utilization & contrast media consumption including trends
Available budget per annum for digitalization
Information Technology (IT) Systems in radiology departments
Pacs: Installed base, age profile, life span, market shares
Investment plans including upgrade potential
Market development forecast
Image archiving solutions

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