Economic, technical and clinical forces from around the world are presenting formidable challenges to the radiology department’s productivity. As the radiologist’s role and importance in healthcare evolves, it becomes imperative to channel R&D efforts towards addressing critical unmet market needs.
A GE sponsored Frost & Sullivan whitepaper identifies the very innate challenges that radiologists in Australia encounter in their day-to-day professional lives and how these challenges impact their performance. This Frost & Sullivan briefing at 11:00 hrs SGT (+8 GMT) on 29 April 2013 will present a comprehensive analysis of the insights on the future direction of medical imaging which will be beneficial to healthcare providers and device manufacturers.
Frost & Sullivan analysts say, “Radiologists today are getting crushed by a combination of economic, technical and clinical forces that present formidable challenges to their productivity. Frost & Sullivan finds that data fragmentation and inefficient information management are the most brutal obstacles for Australian radiologists, who seek intelligent imaging solutions that will drive the next wave of healthcare transformation.”
This analyst briefing will examine the major inadequacies in imaging workflow solutions that hamper the radiology department’s productivity, focus on the innate market needs that need to be addressed through sensible investment in R&D and discuss visionary imaging solutions that will guide future technological advances.
A presentation by Senior Vice President, Healthcare, Asia-Pacific Rhenu Bhuller and Managing Director, Australia and New Zealand, Mark Dougan will be followed by a Q&A session in which attendees can submit questions for real-time, on-air responses.
This briefing will be of interest to medical imaging companies as well as healthcare personnel who are either decision makers in radiology departments or interested in imaging system design.
To register for this interactive webinar, please email Carrie Low, Corporate Communications, at email@example.com, with your full name, job title, company name, telephone number, company email address, company website, as well as city, state and country.