Frost & Sullivan whitepaper “Vision for 2027” concludes integrated platform is key to aligning enterprise imaging with value-based care
“In a not-so-distant future, medical imaging will be much less empirical, and almost a completely value-based and information-driven discipline.” This is part of the hypothesis presented by Frost & Sullivan in a new whitepaper outlining a health imaging vision for 2027. As a key part of developing its scenarios for the coming decade, Frost & Sullivan interviewed Agfa HealthCare Enterprise Imaging customers, on both sides of the Atlantic. The ways in which the role of the clinician, the use of metrics and key performance indicators, and the impact of imaging on the financial performance of the healthcare enterprise will change, are all explored.
“In the enterprise cockpit, decision-makers will be able to base virtually every clinical, operational and financial decision on robust and integrated datasets in gearing their imaging service line,” concludes the Frost & Sullivan hypothesis laid out in the report.
“This critical report by Frost & Sullivan, outlining a vision of where medical imaging is headed in the coming decade, confirms our strategy of developing an interoperable platform solution, built on the unambiguous benefits of a single-source procurement and vendor partnership,” comments James Jay, President Imaging IT solutions, Agfa HealthCare.
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