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CT imaging is useful for healthcare therapeutic decision-making. Infarctions caused by stroke and extensive bleeding are types of conditions imaged. Subarachnoid hemorrhage and a ruptured aneurysm are imaged. Seeing the conditions clearly makes a huge difference in choosing between different treatment options. CT is a primary diagnostic tool in oncology. It is used to detect cancer, for oncologic treatment follow-up and in assessing the lung diseases. In emergency care, CT has become the primary test for trauma, stroke or chest pain.
According to Susan Eustis, lead author of the study, "Superior image quality brings clinical improvement. Physicians are thrilled when they can see what is going on so much more clearly.
Market leaders in the higher-slice segments have proven superior image quality. They have pressure to prove they can incorporate effective dose-reduction techniques while maintaining image quality. High end imaging modalities require advanced image management and archival systems. The diagnostic outcome of molecular imaging is made available to clinicians. Healthcare IT and molecular imaging exploit the advantage of systems. Effective distribution of images to clinicians is needed. Integration with electronic medical records is critical."
This growth is driven in part by the growing popularity of independent diagnostic centers, which are increasing in number due to patient demand and the relatively low set-up cost compared to a full, multi-disciplinary hospital.
Other drivers of growth include the increasing demands from governments for high quality healthcare delivery that is supported with CT imaging. Significant advances in imaging technologies promise to improve wellness through earlier and more accurate detection of medical conditions.
Aging population and increase in the chronic disease, congestive heart failure and diabetes in the population are considered as the main drivers of the imaging market in the developed nations. Obesity and use of statins are primary drives of chronic diseases. Lack of exercise and lack of good nutrition are underlying causes of obesity. A rising fiscal deficit is expected to inhibit the growth of CT in the developed nations.
CT scans help physicians determine whether curative or palliative treatment is the best course of treatment. CT works for patients for esophageal cancer. The CT market is shaped by instruments capable of high scanning speed. High scanning speed reduces examination time and radiation exposure for patients. CT is useful for managing increasing rates of cardiovascular disease and cancer. In the face of a population explosion worldwide demand for healthcare has created a need for screening and early diagnosis of cardiovascular disease and cancer conditions.
CT imaging radiation dose continues to be an area of concern. The industry continues to try to reduce exposure while ensuring image quality. Recent studies have centered on the correct dose for children and the obese. Worldwide, research is going to improve the current technology of CT. Two topics are the focus of clinical research: reduced radiation, and evaluation of the hemodynamic significance of coronary stenosis.
Growth comes as more emphasis is put on early diagnosis and prevention of disease. Heart failure patients can benefit from better imaging.
Computed tomography scanner markets are driven by the trend towards multi-slice scanners, the global market for computed tomography scanners is expected to post a modest growth rate. The global market for CT scanners was valued at $3.7 billion in 2012. Total market value is expected to reach $6 billion by 2019.
Table of ContentsComputed Tomography (CT) - Market Shares and
Computed Tomography CT Market Driving ForcesComputed Tomography CT Diagnostic Support CapabilityComputed Tomography CT Market ChallengesComputed Tomography CT Market SharesComputed Tomography CT Scanner Market ForecastsComputed Tomography CT Scanner Market Forecasts, Dollars
1. Computed Tomography (CT) - Market Description and Market Dynamics
1.1 CT Dynamics1.2 CT Produces A Volume Of Data1.2.1 CT Market Targets Iterative Reconstruction, Dose Reduction1.3 PPACA Imaging Provisions: Contiguous Body PartReduction and Change in Utilization Assumption1.4 Leading Causes of Death in US1.4.1 US Number of Deaths By Cause, 2009 and 20111.4.2 CT / PET Medical Imaging Industry US Installed Base1.5 US Total Number Of Procedures Performed1.6 The Rules Of CT Imaging Have Changed1.6.1 CT Imaging Is Changing The Way Clinicians DiagnoseCardiac Disease1.7 Spatial Resolution1.8 GE Healthcare Veo Low Dose Model-Based IterativeReconstruction Product1.9 Computed Tomography Care Settings1.9.1 Shimadzu Background of CT Development1.10 World Economy Undergoing A Transformation1.10.1 Global Economic Conditions:1.10.2 Global Economy Becomes Steadily More Sluggish1.10.3 Global Economic Conditions Impact Markets
2. Computed Tomography (CT) - Market Shares and Forecasts
2.1 Computed Tomography CT Market Driving Forces2.1.1 Computed Tomography CT Diagnostic Support Capability2.1.2 Computed Tomography CT Market Challenges2.2 Computed Tomography CT Market Shares2.2.1 Global 20- To 40-Slice CT Equipment Market Shares2.2.2 Global 64-Slice CT Equipment Market Shares2.2.3 General Electric Computed Tomography2.2.4 Computed Tomography (CT) Market Shares, 16 Slice andUnder Market2.2.5 GE Discovery* CT750 HD Computed Tomography andOther Models2.2.6 Computed Tomography (CT) Market Shares, 64 Slice2.2.7 Siemens CT2.2.8 Siemens CT SOMATOM Emotion2.2.9 Philips iCT Scalable Platform2.2.10 CT Breakthroughs in Cardiac2.2.11 Hitachi2.2.12 Neusoft Medical2.2.13 Analogic2.3 Computed Tomography CT Scanner Market Forecasts2.3.1 Computed Tomography CT Scanner Market Forecasts, Dollars2.3.1 Computer Tomography CT Installed Base2.3.2 Computed Tomography (CT) Market Forecasts, Units2.3.3 Computed Tomography (CT) 20 to 40 Slice Units,2.3.4 Computed Tomography (CT) 64 Slice Market Forecasts2.3.5 Computed Tomography (CT) Greater Than 64 SliceMarket Forecasts2.3.6 16 Slice and Under CT Market Forecasts2.3.7 Computed Tomography (CT) Technology Development Workflow2.3.8 Computed Tomography CT Scanner Market Forecasts, Units2.3.9 Pediatric CT2.3.10 Computer Tomography CT Key Trends2.3.11 Computer Tomography CT High ROI2.3.12 Computer Tomography CT Applications2.3.13 Hospitals Improve Productivity to Manage Volume ofOutpatient and Emergency CT Procedures2.4 Global Diagnostic Imaging Market2.4.1 Radiation Delivery Modes2.4.2 Global Diagnostic Imaging2.4.3 MRI2.5 CT Scanning ROI2.5.1 Multi-Core CT ROI2.5.2 Market For Contrast Agents2.6 Computed Tomography CT Scanner Prices2.6.1 Medicare Spending On Non-Invasive Diagnostic Imaging2.6.2 US Obamacare Health Reform Legislation 20122.7 CMS CT Payment Revisions2.7.1 CMS Medicare Physician Quality Reporting System (PQRS)2.8 CT Applications2.8.1 Testing Facility Location: Test Type, Average CT Scan Cost2.8.2 Electron Beam CT Scan2.9 Computed Tomography CT Scanner Regional Market Analysis2.9.1 United States Market For Computed Tomography (CT)Scanning Systems2.9.2 China2.9.3 India2.9.4 Emerging Markets2.9.5 BRIC Nations (Brazil, Russia, India, and China)2.9.6 Europe2.9.7 GE Healthcare Addressing Radiology Challenges in Europe2.9.8 Philips Regional Healthcare Trends2.9.9 Siemens Temporal Resolution Of Dual SourceFlagship Products2.9.10 Shimadzu Global Positioning
3. Computed Tomography (CT) - Product Description
3.1 GE3.1.1 GE Gemstone* CT Spectral imaging (GSI)3.1.2 GE CT Spatial Resolution3.1.3 GE Expands The Reach Of CT To Patients Throughout The World3.1.4 GE Latest Dose-Lowering Advancement Veo3.1.5 GE CT Captures High Definition Images3.1.6 GE Gemstone Spectral Imaging3.1.7 GE Thoracic VCAR3.1.8 Spectral CT Myelography3.1.9 Society of Gastrointestinal Radiology Abdominal Radiology3.1.10 GE Brivo* CT325• Reverse Innovation CT Scanner3.1.11 GE Gemstone Spectral Imaging (GSI) Dual-Energy Scan Mode3.1.12 GE Pulmonary Embolism GSI-Generated Iodine Maps3.1.13 GE GSI Tissue Characterization3.1.14 Gemstone Spectral Imaging3.1.15 GE spectral CT for Oncology3.1.16 GE GSI to Assess Renal Stones And Lymph Nodes3.1.17 GE Low-Dose CT3.1.18 GE ASiR Routine Imaging3.2 Siemens Computed Tomography3.2.1 Siemens Somatom CT Neuro Imaging3.2.2 Siemens CT Clinical Offerings3.2.3 Siemens CT Oncology Solutions3.2.4 Siemens CT Spiral Dual Energy Scanning, SOMATOMDefinition3.2.5 Siemens CT Angiography for Safe Discharge ofPatients with Possible Acute Coronary Syndromes"3.2.6 Siemens Computed Tomography - Multislice CT3.3 Philips Computed Tomography3.3.1 Philips CT Workflow Solutions3.3.2 Philips Brilliance CT3.3.3 Philips Multislice CT Scanning3.3.4 Philips iDose4 Premium Package – Premium image quality3.3.5 Philips CT Serves Value Segment3.3.6 Philips CT Innovation3.3.7 Philips Computed Tomography Oncology Imaging3.3.8 Philips Vascular CT Imaging3.3.9 Philips Cardiology Imaging3.3.10 Philips CT Break Throughs in Cardiac Imaging3.3.11 Philips CT Cancer Detection3.3.12 Philips CT Neurologic Diagnosis3.4 Toshiba Aquilion CT Computed Tomography3.4.1 Toshiba CT AIDR 3D Product Line3.4.2 Toshiba AIDR 3D - Reduces Dose and Improves Image Quality3.4.3 Toshiba Adaptive Iterative Dose ReductionCT Integrated Into SUREExposure3D — AIDR 3D3.4.4 Toshiba Adaptive Iterative Dose Reduction integrated intoExposure3D — AIDR 3D3.4.5 Toshiba Boost 3D3.4.6 Toshiba Quantum Denoising Software (QDS)3.4.7 Toshiba Aquilion RXL 16-detector row CT system3.4.8 Toshiba Aquilion 163.4.9 Toshiba Aquilion 16 Dose Reduction Technologies3.4.10 Toshiba Aquilion LB Largest True Field-Of-View3.4.11 Toshiba QuantumPlus3.5 Hitachi CT3.5.1 Hitachi CT ECLOS163.5.2 Hitachi Eclos CT Image Gallery3.5.3 Hitachi CT Innovation3.6 Pie Medical Imaging CT Modules3.6.1 Pie Medical Imaging 3mensio Mitral Valve3.6.2 Pie Medical Imaging 3mensio Vascular3.7 Analogic Computed Tomography EquipmentTechnology for OEMs3.7.1 Analogic Data Management Systems –Advanced Detectors + DASs (Data Acquisition Systems)3.8 Shimadzu3.8.1 Shimadzu inspeXio SMX-100CT Microfocus X-Ray CTSystem View High-Magnification 3D Images of Plastics,Bones, Fuel Cells, and Other Soft Materials3.8.2 Shimadzu Features of CT Product3.8.3 Shimadzu CT Scan Area 3D Display Function3.8.4 Shimadzu Multiple Safety Functions3.8.5 Shimadzu Examples of Image Data3.9 Neusoft Medical3.10 OptiMedica
4. Computed Tomography (CT) - Technology
4.1 Medical Imaging Markets: Contrast Agents4.2 CT in Pediatrics4.2.1 Immediate Measures to Minimize CT RadiationExposure in Children4.2.2 CT in Pediatrics: Primary Diagnostic Tool In Oncology4.2.3 CT as Diagnostic Tool4.3 CT for Oncology4.3.1 GE spectral CT for Oncology4.3.2 CT for Lymphoma4.4 Pulmonary Embolism4.4.1 GE Pulmonary Embolism GSI-Generated Iodine Maps4.5 CPT Codes for 3D Rendering Services4.5.1 CPT Computerized Tomography (CT) Scanning Procedures4.5.2 CT Reimbursement4.6 Costs For PET And PET/CT4.7 Reimbursement Decisions Require Assessment OfEconomic Benefit4.7.1 CT Economic Evaluation4.7.2 Measurement of Treatment Costs4.7.3 Measurement of Effectiveness4.8 Issues in International Health Policy4.9 IBM Watson
5. Computed Tomography (CT) - Company Description
5.1 Acceleware5.1.1 Acceleware HPC Software5.1.2 Acceleware HPC Consulting Services5.1.3 Acceleware GPU Programming Training5.1.4 Acceleware Target Markets5.1.5 Acceleware Electromagnetic Solvers5.1.6 Acceleware AxRecon5.2 Analogic5.2.1 Analogic Production and Test Facilities5.3 Barco NV5.3.1 Barco NVHealthcare5.4 Esaote Group5.4.1 Esaote in the World5.4.2 Esaote / Pie Medical Imaging5.4.3 Esaote acquired 3mensio Medical Imaging5.5 GE Healthcare5.5.1 GE Revenue5.5.2 General Electric GE Plans To Make MedicalTechnology Acquisitions In Germany5.5.3 GE Broad Expertise In Medical5.5.4 GE Healthcare Product P&Ls5.5.5 GE Healthcare Systems5.5.6 GE Life Sciences Business5.5.7 GE's Key Care Areas: Cardiology5.5.8 GE's Key Care Areas: Neurology5.5.9 GE's Key Care Areas: Emergency Medicine5.5.10 GE's Key Care Areas: Oncology5.5.11 GE's Key Care Areas: Women's Health5.5.12 GE Healthcare Leads the Diagnostic Imaging Market5.5.13 GE Healthcare Intends To AcquireCAT (Computer Axial Tomography) Scan andMRI Technology Company.5.6 Hitachi5.6.1 Hitachi Medical Systems America, Inc.5.6.2 Hitachi Health Canada approval for theScenaria 64-slice CT System5.6.3 Hitachi Oasis MR Product Line5.6.4 Hitachi Ultrasound5.7 Neurologica Corp.5.7.1 STERIS Corporation and NeuroLogica Corp. Collaboration5.7.2 BodyTom For Neurosurgical Solutions5.7.3 STERIS Delivers Custom-Designed High-DefinitionIntegrated Surgical Suites5.8 Neusoft Medical Systems5.9 OptiMedica5.9.1 OptiMedica Financing5.9.2 OptiMedica Femtosecond Laser Technology5.9.3 OptiMedica Catalys Next Generation Laser CataractSurgery Platform5.10 Philips5.10.1 Philips CT Strategy5.10.2 Philips Key Strategies5.10.3 Philips Innovative Solutions At The Core of CT Strategy5.10.4 Philips Computed Tomography (CT) CT Sales Campaigns5.10.5 Philips' Outcome-Focused Sales And Marketing Strategy5.10.6 Philips Diversified Health And Well-Being Company5.10.7 Philips Revenue5.10.8 Philips Addresses Healthcare Challenges5.10.9 Phiips Visicu5.10.10 Philips Addresses Healthcare Landscape5.10.11 Philips/Respironics Monitoring SolutionPowered By Cinterion TC65i:5.10.12 Philips Sales Growth by Geographic Cluster5.10.13 Philips Sales by Operating Sector 20115.10.14 Royal Philips Electronics / Respironics5.10.15 Philips Respironics5.10.16 Philips Respironics5.11 Samsung Medison / Medison America5.12 Shimadzu5.12.1 Shimadzu inspeXio SMX-100CT MicrofocusX-Ray CT System View High-Magnification 3D Images of Plastics,Bones, Fuel Cells, and Other Soft Materials5.12.2 Shimadzu iCT Product Features5.12.3 Shimadzu CT Scan Area 3D Display Function5.12.4 Shimadzu Multiple Safety Functions5.13 Siemens5.13.1 Siemens Computed Tomography - Multislice CT5.13.2 Siemens Financial Transparency5.13.3 Siemens Urban Development Center – The Crystal –In London - Exhibition Dedicated To Cities5.13.4 Siemens No. 1 in Sustainability – Carbon Disclosure5.13.5 Siemens Q3 2012: Revenue Growth in Challenging Markets5.13.6 Siemens Financial Highlights:5.13.7 Siemens Supplies 300 Offshore Wind Turbines toDONG Energy –5.14 STERIS Corporation5.15 TomTec Imaging Systems GmbH5.15.1 GE Healthcare and TomTec Imaging SystemsGmbH Strategic Cooperation Contract5.15.2 TomTec Imaging Systems GmbH the FDA 510(k)Clearance For Image-Com 5 Software Solution5.15.3 TomTec 2D Cardiac Performance Analysis MR©* SoftwareSolution For Cardiac MR to Analyze MyocardialFunction And Deformation5.16 Toshiba5.16.1 Toshiba Medical Systems5.16.2 Toshiba America Medical Systems5.17 Unfors RaySafe5.18 Market Participants - CT Sytstems
List of Tables and FiguresComputed Tomography (CT) - Executive Summary
Table ES-1Computed Tomography CT Medical Conditions ImagedTable ES-2Computed Tomography CT Market Driving ForcesTable ES-3Computed Tomography CT Market ChallengesFigure ES-4Computed Tomography (CT) Market Shares, Dollars, 2012Figure ES-5Computed Tomography (CT) Market Forecasts, Dollars,Worldwide, 2013-2019
Computed Tomography (CT) - Market Description and Market Dynamics
Table 1-1CT Scan Is Medical Imaging DynamicsFigure 1-2Beir VII: Health Risks from Exposure to Low Levels of Ionizing RadiationFigure 1-3CT DefinitionFigure 1-4Computed Tomography CT UtilizationFigure 1-5Leading Causes of Death in USFigure 1-6US CDC Leading Cause of DeathFigure 1-7CT / PET Medical Imaging Industry US Installed BaseFigure 1-8US Total Number Of Procedures PerformedFigure 1-9Improvements in Computer Tomography CT Spatial Resolution
Computed Tomography (CT) - Market Shares and Market Forecasts
Table 2-1Computed Tomography CT Medical Conditions ImagedTable 2-2Computed Tomography CT Market Driving ForcesTable 2-3Computed Tomography CT Market ChallengesFigure 2-4Computed Tomography (CT) Market Shares, Dollars, 2012Table 2-5Computed Tomography (CT) Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2012Figure 2-6Computed Tomography (CT) Market Shares, 20 to 40 SliceMarket, Dollars, 2012Table 2-7Computed Tomography (CT) Market Shares, 20 to 40 SliceMarket, Dollars, Worldwide, 2012Figure 2-8Computed Tomography (CT) Market Shares, 16 Slice andUnder Market , Dollars, Worldwide, 2012Table 2-9Computed Tomography (CT) Market Shares, 16 Slice andUnder Market, Dollars, Worldwide, 2012Figure 2-10Computed Tomography (CT) Market Shares, 64 Slice Market ,Dollars, Worldwide, 2012Table 2-11Siemens CT PositioningFigure 2-12Philips Technology PositioningFigure 2-13Philips CT Breakthroughs in CardiacFigure 2-14Philips Outpatient Imaging Volume 2012Figure 2-15Computed Tomography (CT) Market Forecasts, Dollars,Worldwide, 2013-2019Table 2-16Computed Tomography Market Forecasts, 16 Slice and Under,20 to 40 Slice, 64 Slice, and Greater Than 64 Slice MarketUnits and Dollars, Worldwide, 2013-2019Table 2-17Computed Tomography Market Installed Base, 16 Slice andUnder, 20 to 40 Slice, 64 Slice, and Greater Than 64 Slice Market,Units and Percent Penetration, Worldwide, 2013-2019Figure 2-18Computed Tomography (CT) Market Froecasts, Units,Worldwide 2013 to 2019Figure 2-19Computed Tomography (CT) 20 to 40 Slice Market ForecastsDollars, Worldwide, 2013-2019Figure 2-20Computed Tomography (CT) 64 Slice Market Forecasts,Worldwide, 2013-2019Figure 2-21Computed Tomography (CT) Greater Than 64 SliceMarket Forecasts, Worldwide, 2013-2019Figure 2-2216 Slice and Under CT Market Forecasts, Dollars,Worldwide, 2013-2019Figure 2-23Computed Tomography (CT) Technology Development WorkflowFigure 2-24Factors Impacting Growth of Clinical Medical Imaging in theUnited StatesFigure 2-25Imaging Systems Path to ValueTable 2-26Impact of Decrease In Capital Spending on CT MarketsFigure 2-27CMS Changes to Payments for ScansFigure 2-28Computed Tomography (CT) Regional Market Segments, Dollars, 2012Table 2-29Computed Tomography (CT) Regional Market Segments, 2012Figure 2-30Philips Healthcare TrendsFigure 2-31Philips Healthcare Market ConditionsFigure 2-32Philips Investing in Growth Geographies
Computed Tomography (CT) - Product Description
Figure 3-1GE Discovery CT750 HD Offers High Image Quality AndMultiple Dose ReductionFigure 3-2GE CT High Definition Image ResolutionTable 3-3GE Thoracic VCAR Key Features:Figure 3-4GE Thoracic Lung CT ImagesFigure 3-5GE Brivo CT325Figure 3-6GE GSI iodine mapFigure 3-7GE GSI Small Embolus Inside The Corresponding SegmentalBranch Of The Left Pulmonary ArteryFigure 3- 8GE CT Image Quality Affected Lymph Node Of The NeckFigure 3- 9GE CT Image Quality Affected Lymph Node Of The porta pulmonisFigure 3- 10GE CT Image Quality Affected Lymph Node Of The MediastinaFigure 3- 11GE CT Image Quality: Affected Node Of The SpleenFigure 3- 12GE CT Skeletal Image QualityFigure 3- 13GE CT Image Quality Artifact From Metal Instrumentation ReductionFigure 3-14GE ASiR Maintains Image Quality By Reducing Noise And Dose -Figure 3-15Siemens SOMATOM CTTable 3-16Siemens SOMATOM Upgrade In CTTable 3-17Siemens CT ProductsFigure 3-18Siemens Somatom Head ScanFigure 3-19Siemens SOMATOM Head CT ScanFigure 3-20Siemens CT Neuro imagingTable 3-21Siemens CT OfferingsFigure 3-22Siemens CT Spiral Dual Energy Scanning, SOMATOMFigure 3-23'CT Angiography for Safe Discharge of Patients withPossible Acute Coronary Syndromes"Figure 3-24Philips CT ScannersFigure 3-25Philips Ingenuity CT High Image Quality Scanning With Low DoseFigure 3-26Philips Brilliance CT 64-ChannelTable 3-27Philips iCT Technical Advances:Figure 3-28Philips CT iDose Image Quality Enhancement DemonstrationFigure 3-29Philips Brilliance iCTFigure 3-30Philips CT Serves Value SegmentFigure 3-31Philips New Products in the Last Two Years Represent 45% of 2012 SalesFigure 3-32Philips Innovation in CTFigure 3-33Philips Radiology Share Gain AimFigure 3-34Philips Computer Tomography CT High Image QualityFigure 3-35Philips Computed Tomography Oncology ImagingFigure 3-36Philips CT Innovation in OncologyFigure 3-37Philips Vascular CT ImagingFigure 3-38Philips CT ImagesFigure 3-39Philips Cardiology ImagingFigure3-40Philips CT Breakthroughs in Cardiac ImagingFigure 3-41Philips CT Cancer DetectionFigure 3-42Philips CT Cancer DiagnosisFigure 3-43Philips CT Neurologic DiagnosisTable 3-44Toshiba Aquilion CT Scanner ModelsTable 3-45Toshiba Aquilion CT ScannersFigure 3-46Toshiba Aquilion CT Computed Tomography For Different Medical Specialties Table 3-47Toshiba Aquilion CT Scanner ModelsFigure 3-48Toshiba Images from AIDR CT ImagingFigure 3-49Toshiba Encore VeloCT UpgradeFigure 3-50Toshiba CT Technology Aquilion ONETable 3-51Toshiba CT technology Changing Clinical PathwaysFigure 3-52Toshiba CT CoverageFigure 3-53Toshiba CT Ability To Capture Whole Organs In A Single RotationFigure 3-54Toshiba Aquilion CT Premium TechnologyFigure 3-55Toshiba Detector Upgrade to 320Figure 3-55Toshiba Aquilion 64Figure 3-56Toshiba Boost 3DFigure 3-57Toshiba CT ImagingFigure 3-58Toshiba cardiac.Aquilion 32Figure 3-59Toshiba CT Peripheral Vascular Disease and Thoracic CTA ImagesFigure 3-60Toshiba Quantum De-noising Software (QDS) Before and After ImagingTable 3-61Toshiba Aquilion RXL Accuracy and Integrated EfficiencyTable 3-62Toshiba Aquilion 16CT System Functions and TechnologyTable 3-63Toshiba Aquilion 16CT System Selected Images Brain GBMFigure 3-64Toshiba Aquilion 16 Density EffectsFigure 3-65Toshiba Aquilion LB Largest True Field-Of-ViewFigure 3-66Toshiba QuantumPlus FeaturesFigure 3-67Toshiba QuantumPlus PositiionsTable 3-68Toshiba Aquilion LB Leading Edge Oncology TechnplogyFigure 3-69Hitachi Computed TomographyTable 3-70Hitachi CT PositioningFigure 3-71Hitachi CT ECLOS16Figure 3-72Hitachi ECLOS16 Multi-Slice Non-Cardiac CTFigure 3-73Hitachi ECLOS16 Target MarketsFigure 3-74Hitachi ECLOS16 AdvantagesFigure 3-76Hitachi ECLOS16 ImagesFigure 3- 77Hitachi Eclos ImageFigure 3-78Pie Medical Imaging CT modules Key Product Features:Table 3-79Pie Medical Imaging Key Benefits of CAAS and 3mensio:Table 3-80Pie Medical Imaging Key CT Product Features:Table 3-81Pie Medical Imaging 3mensio Mitral Valve Key Product Features:Table 3-82Pie Medical Imaging 3mensio Vascular Key Product FeaturesFigure 3-83Analogic Data Management Systems – Advanced detectors+ DASs (data acquisition systems)Table 3-84Analogic CT technology PortfolioTable 3-85Analogic PowerLink – Scalable, Next-GenerationFigure 3-86Shimadzu CT Image DefinitionFigure 3-87Shimadzu Fibers and Base MaterialsFigure 3-88Shimadzu Mouse Femur MessageFigure 3-89Neusoft Medical is a leading manufacturer of medical equipment
Computed Tomography (CT) - Technology
Figure 4-1Philips Comprehensive Imaging PortfolioTable 4-2US Medicare Reimbursement CPT CodesFigure 4-3Healthcare Spending Per Capita by CountryFigure 4-4International Comparison of Spending on Health 1980-2008Figure 4-5Supply, Use and Price of Diagnostic Imaging in OECD Countries.
Computed Tomography (CT) - Company Profiles
Table 5-1Acceleware Distribution PartnersTable 5-2Acceleware Target MarketsTable 5-3Acceleware CustomersFigure 5-4Analogic Worldwide Installation of Medical and Security Imaging ProductsFigure 5-5Analogic Engineering InnovationTable 5-6Barco NV Target MarketsFigure 5-7GE CT Workflow DefinitionFigure 5-8GE CT Targets End-toEnd Workflow ProductsFigure 5-9Hitachi Magnetic Resonance (MR) Imaging SystemsFigure 5-10Hitachi Magnetic Resonance (MR) Imaging Systems UsesFigure 5-11Hitachi UltrasoundFigure 5-12Neusoft Medical Systems HeadquartersFigure 5-13Neusoft Medical Systems CT ScannersFigure 5-14Neusoft Medical Systems ManufacturingFigure 5-15OptiMedica Laser Cataract Surgery DeviceFigure 5-16Philips Product Cycle PositioningTable 5-17Philips Patient FocusFigure 5-18Philips Financial Metrics in North AmericaFigure 5-19Philips Financial Metrics in North America ShowAccelerating Market ParticipationFigure 5-20Philips StrategyFigure 5-21Philips Accelerating Rate of Product CreationTable 5-22Philips Patient FocusFigure 5-23Philips Key StrategiesFigure 5-24Philips Key Imaging StrategiesFigure 5-25Philips Assessment of Healthcare Macro TrendsFigure 5-26Philips Healthcare Leveraging LCC Industrial FootprintFigure 5-27Philips Healthcare Customer-Centric PortfolioTable 5-28Philips CT Channel Expansion, Expansion of ProductScope And Breadth Of OfferingsTable 5-29Philips Dynamic CT Channel Expansion StrategyFigure 5-30Philips CT Advanced ApplicationsFigure 5-31Philips Imaging Markets by Region and ModalityFigure 5-32Philips CT Procedure Growth in USTable 5-33Philips CT Key Sales and Marketing StepsTable 5-34Philips CT Key Marketing CampaignsFigure 5-35Philips Leverages the Channel with SynergiesFigure 5-36Philips CT Line of Business SynergiesFigure 5-37Philips Estimate of Global CT MarketFigure 5-38Philips Gaining Share And Leadership in Emerging MarketsFigure 5-39Philips Delivering Margin Improvement and DecreasingManufacturinOverheadFigure 5-40Philips Healthcare Information Systems Market SharesFigure 5-41Shimadzu CT UnitFigure 5-42Shimadzu i CT Product Previous Functionality and New FunctionalityFigure 5-43Siemens Somatom Computed Tomography CTTable 5-44TomTec Imaging Systems Core ValuesFigure 5-45Toshiba CT Scan Roadmap for Dose Reduction
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Unsecured IoT devices were used to launch crippling DDOS attacks in October 2016, targeting services such as Twitter, Spotify, and GitHub. Subsequent testimony to Congress about potential attacks on office buildings, schools, and hospitals raised the possibility for the IoT to harm and even kill people. What should be done? Does the government need to intervene? This panel at @ThingExpo New York brings together leading IoT and security experts to discuss this very serious topic.
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We are always online. We access our data, our finances, work, and various services on the Internet. But we live in a congested world of information in which the roads were built two decades ago. The quest for better, faster Internet routing has been around for a decade, but nobody solved this problem. We’ve seen band-aid approaches like CDNs that attack a niche's slice of static content part of the Internet, but that’s it. It does not address the dynamic services-based Internet of today. It does...
Dec. 6, 2016 08:45 PM EST Reads: 1,078
Data is the fuel that drives the machine learning algorithmic engines and ultimately provides the business value. In his session at Cloud Expo, Ed Featherston, a director and senior enterprise architect at Collaborative Consulting, discussed the key considerations around quality, volume, timeliness, and pedigree that must be dealt with in order to properly fuel that engine.
Dec. 6, 2016 06:45 PM EST Reads: 2,151
As data explodes in quantity, importance and from new sources, the need for managing and protecting data residing across physical, virtual, and cloud environments grow with it. Managing data includes protecting it, indexing and classifying it for true, long-term management, compliance and E-Discovery. Commvault can ensure this with a single pane of glass solution – whether in a private cloud, a Service Provider delivered public cloud or a hybrid cloud environment – across the heterogeneous enter...
Dec. 6, 2016 05:30 PM EST Reads: 1,705
An IoT product’s log files speak volumes about what’s happening with your products in the field, pinpointing current and potential issues, and enabling you to predict failures and save millions of dollars in inventory. But until recently, no one knew how to listen. In his session at @ThingsExpo, Dan Gettens, Chief Research Officer at OnProcess, discussed recent research by Massachusetts Institute of Technology and OnProcess Technology, where MIT created a new, breakthrough analytics model for ...
Dec. 6, 2016 05:15 PM EST Reads: 396
More and more brands have jumped on the IoT bandwagon. We have an excess of wearables – activity trackers, smartwatches, smart glasses and sneakers, and more that track seemingly endless datapoints. However, most consumers have no idea what “IoT” means. Creating more wearables that track data shouldn't be the aim of brands; delivering meaningful, tangible relevance to their users should be. We're in a period in which the IoT pendulum is still swinging. Initially, it swung toward "smart for smar...
Dec. 6, 2016 04:45 PM EST Reads: 797
Everyone knows that truly innovative companies learn as they go along, pushing boundaries in response to market changes and demands. What's more of a mystery is how to balance innovation on a fresh platform built from scratch with the legacy tech stack, product suite and customers that continue to serve as the business' foundation. In his General Session at 19th Cloud Expo, Michael Chambliss, Head of Engineering at ReadyTalk, discussed why and how ReadyTalk diverted from healthy revenue and mor...
Dec. 6, 2016 03:15 PM EST Reads: 1,645
SYS-CON Events has announced today that Roger Strukhoff has been named conference chair of Cloud Expo and @ThingsExpo 2017 New York. The 20th Cloud Expo and 7th @ThingsExpo will take place on June 6-8, 2017, at the Javits Center in New York City, NY. "The Internet of Things brings trillions of dollars of opportunity to developers and enterprise IT, no matter how you measure it," stated Roger Strukhoff. "More importantly, it leverages the power of devices and the Internet to enable us all to im...
Dec. 6, 2016 03:15 PM EST Reads: 630
Information technology is an industry that has always experienced change, and the dramatic change sweeping across the industry today could not be truthfully described as the first time we've seen such widespread change impacting customer investments. However, the rate of the change, and the potential outcomes from today's digital transformation has the distinct potential to separate the industry into two camps: Organizations that see the change coming, embrace it, and successful leverage it; and...
Dec. 6, 2016 02:30 PM EST Reads: 3,349
The 20th International Cloud Expo has announced that its Call for Papers is open. Cloud Expo, to be held June 6-8, 2017, at the Javits Center in New York City, brings together Cloud Computing, Big Data, Internet of Things, DevOps, Containers, Microservices and WebRTC to one location. With cloud computing driving a higher percentage of enterprise IT budgets every year, it becomes increasingly important to plant your flag in this fast-expanding business opportunity. Submit your speaking proposal ...
Dec. 6, 2016 02:30 PM EST Reads: 2,216
You have great SaaS business app ideas. You want to turn your idea quickly into a functional and engaging proof of concept. You need to be able to modify it to meet customers' needs, and you need to deliver a complete and secure SaaS application. How could you achieve all the above and yet avoid unforeseen IT requirements that add unnecessary cost and complexity? You also want your app to be responsive in any device at any time. In his session at 19th Cloud Expo, Mark Allen, General Manager of...
Dec. 6, 2016 02:15 PM EST Reads: 1,747