Could you show me information about the current state of the Diagnostic Imaging Equipment industry?


Thank you for contacting ReportLinker.  From our many reports about the healthcare industry, we have selected three that we hope will help with your enquiry.

The first report is Diagnostic Imaging Global Market – Forecast To 2020 published in January 2015 by IQ4I Research Company & Consultancy Pvt. Ltd, in January 2015.  This 363 page study covers the change in the market throughout recent times, including the possibilities of diagnostic imaging and how it has replaced much of the need for exploratory surgery.  The main types of diagnostic imaging are X-ray systems, Computed Tomography (CT) scanners, Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) systems, Ultrasound systems and Nuclear Imaging systems.  The market was valued at $23 billion in 2013 and it is expected to grow at a Compound Annual Growth Rate of 5.1% until 2020.  By this time, the market is expected to be worth $33 billion.  The growth of the market is being driven by emerging applications, the high prevalence of diseases, ongoing research throughout the world and growing awareness of the benefits of early diagnosis.  The restraints on the market include the high cost of the machines, shortage of helium for MRI systems, risks of radiation exposure and poor healthcare insurance coverage.  North America has the largest share of the global diagnostic imaging market, followed by Europe.  The Asia-Pacific market is expected to be the fastest growing market over the next few years.

The second is QY Research Group’s Global Diagnostic Imaging Equipment Industry Report 2015.  This 184 page in-depth study was released in August 2015 and it gives a basic overview and background before going into more specific details.  It covers the definitions, applications, classifications and industry chain structure.  The report then features a market analysis that covers the competitive landscape, development trends, and the key regions.  Manufacturing processes, cost structures, imports and exports, supply and demand, costs, prices, revenues and gross margins are also covered.

The final report is titled 2016 Global Diagnostic Imaging Companies Strategic Directions.  Released by Venture Planning Group in October 2015, this 41 page study provides information on the strategic directions of global diagnostic imaging companies.  It features strategic assessments on business, new product development, market strategies and many other aspects.  The report also covers anticipated acquisitions, joint ventures and divestitures.  The companies included in this report are Analogic, GE, Hitachi, Philips, Shimazu, Siemens and Toshiba.

We hope this information has been helpful to you.  There is a lot of useful information about the healthcare industry in ReportLinker’s portal.  If you have any questions or further needs, please feel free to contact us.