Global market for Teleradiology was around $6 billion in 2008, and is expected to grow at double digit rates in the next five years

According to TechNavio, “Technological advances and requirement to lower the healthcare costs have encouraged the healthcare services providers to outsource the diagnosis of radiology images to developing and low-cost countries. Also, the ease of entry for the new entrants in the teleradiology market has resulted in a higher competition in the market, and a greater number of teleradiology service providers.”

Online PR News – 26-August-2009 – – London, UK – 25th August 2009: Teleradiology is increasingly used by hospitals and institutions to gain accessibility of specialists and sub-specialists (in remote locations) for radiology services.
According to TechNavio, “Technological advances and requirement to lower the healthcare costs have encouraged the healthcare services providers to outsource the diagnosis of radiology images to developing and low-cost countries. Also, the ease of entry for the new entrants in the teleradiology market has resulted in a higher competition in the market, and a greater number of teleradiology service providers.”
Furthermore, one of the TechNavio analysts declares “Healthcare organizations are looking to make use of technology to improve their operational efficiency. Among other factors, the rapidly increasing healthcare costs are encouraging the healthcare management to adopt teleradiology for their hospitals and institutions. A large number of hospitals are moving towards digitalization, with the introduction of advanced technologies. This would lead to easier adaptability of teleradiology technologies and a bigger market for the teleradiology equipment, software, and services.”
TechNavio analysts also state, “Along with various growth drivers, the teleradiology industry also faces several barriers and challenges. Healthcare organizations in some developing nations lack the basic IT infrastructure to support the teleradiology transmitting stations; thus, increasing the investments required for teleradiology equipment installations.”
The report by TechNavio Insights forecasts the size of the Global Teleradiology Market over the period 2008-2012. It provides the categorical segmentation of the teleradiology market and also segments the market into various geographic regions (representing the market size for each of these regions). Further, it discusses the key market trends, drivers and challenges of the Global Teleradiology Market, and profiles some of the key vendors of this market. The report also provides a list of some of the trade shows and conferences that cater to the teleradiology industry.
For more information about the report and to buy online, please visit –
http://www.technavio.com/content/global-teleradiology-market-2008-2012
Table of Contents
1. Definition
2. Applications
3. Market Size & Forecast
4. Market Trends
5. Categorical Segmentation
6. Geographic Segmentation
6.1 Teleradiology Market in Americas
6.2 Teleradiology Market in APAC
6.3 Teleradiology Market in EMEA
7. Growth Drivers
8. Growth Barriers
9. Trade Shows & Conferences
10. Teleradiology Manufacturers & Service Providers
10.1 Agfa HealthCare
10.2 FUJIFILM Medical Systems USA Inc
10.3 Sectra Imtec AB
10.4 Telemedicine Clinic
10.5 Teleradiology Solutions
List of Exhibits
Exhibit 3.1: Teleradiology Market Size and Forecast 2008-2012 (in $ billion)
Exhibit 5.1: Categorical Segmentation for Teleradiology Market – 2008
Exhibit 6.1: Geographic Segmentation for Teleradiology Market – 2008
Exhibit 6.2: Americas - Teleradiology Market Size 2008-2012 (in $ billion)
Exhibit 6.3: APAC - Teleradiology Market Size 2008-2012 (in $ billion)
Exhibit 6.4: EMEA - Teleradiology Market Size 2008-2012 (in $ billion)

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