The global teleradiology market size is expected to reach over USD 4.1 billion by 2026, growing at a CAGR of 19.4% during the forecast period 2019 to 2026.
Introduction Telemedicine is the application of information technology and telecommunications networks for the purpose of medical diagnosis and therapy from remote locations. A host of recent technology innovations have made it possible for telemedicine to expand its reach across every medical speciality– its usage in radiology is called “Teleradiology.”
Radiology incorporates the diverse methods used in medical science to capture images of the internal body structure and function (eg. x-rays, MRIs, ultrasounds), to assist in the process of medical diagnosis or treatment. Teleradiology is the capability to acquire these medical images in one location and facilitate their transmission over a range so that they can be viewed and interpreted for diagnostic or consultative purposes by a radiologist.
This practice is becoming widely adopted by hospitals, urgent care clinics, and diagnostic imaging centers. The factor responsible for its rapidly growing implementation is due to the fact that it addresses the inadequacy of appropriately skilled personnel to provide radiological analysis and the lack of practitioners of this specialty.
The global Teleradiology market is segmented as below:
Teleradiology Market By Techniques:: X-rays,Computed Tomography (CT),Nuclear Imaging,Others
Teleradiology Market By Technology: Hardware,Software
Teleradiology Market By End User: Hospitals,Diagnostic Centers,Other
Teleradiology Market By Geography: North America,Europe,Rest of Europe,Asia-Pacific,Rest of Asia-Pacific,Rest of the World
Key Players Some of the key players in the global teleradiology include 4ways Healthcare Ltd.; ONARD; RamSoft, Inc.; Virtual Radiologic; Agfa-Gevaert N.V.; HealthWatch TeleDiagnostics Pvt. Ltd.; Everlight Radiology; Teleradiology Solutions; and Global Diagnostics.
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