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Development of Value-based Imaging

Development of Value-based Imaging

Data presented in this research was gathered through the following processes:

In-depth interviews were conducted with healthcare and medical imaging decision-makers and key opinion leaders (KOLs).

Secondary research was conducted using Frost & Sullivan proprietary content as well as publicly available sources of information such as government websites, academic and trade journals, and online media.

Market size and forecasts were developed using Frost & Sullivan proprietary forecasting tools. A discussion of forecast assumptions is provided.

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Data presented in this research was gathered through the following processes:

In-depth interviews were conducted with healthcare and medical imaging decision-makers and key opinion leaders (KOLs).

Secondary research was conducted using Frost & Sullivan proprietary content as well as publicly available sources of information such as government websites, academic and trade journals, and online media.

oMarket size and forecasts were developed using Frost & Sullivan proprietary forecasting tools. A discussion of forecast assumptions is provided.


  • Methodology
  • Introduction
    • Value-based Healthcare-Care Delivery Transformation
    • Key Actors in the Medical Imaging Value Chain
    • Ongoing Consolidation of all Imaging Stakeholder Groups
    • The Trickle-down Effect of Value Imperatives on Imaging
    • Value-based Imaging-A Simple Definition
    • Stakeholder Re-alignment Around the Value Imperative
    • Value-based Imaging and the Shifts of Risk
    • More Signs of Increasing Vendor Willingness to Share Risk
    • Variegated Examples of Current Risk-sharing initiatives
    • Changing Attitudes of Select 5 Industry Participants
  • Primary Customer Input
    • Customer Input from Imaging Managers in US Hospitals
    • Relevant Characteristics of our Respondent Sample
  • Bundled Reimbursements in Imaging
    • Provider Participation in Shared-risk Partnerships
    • Consensual View on Evolution of Bundled Reimbursements
    • Expected Adoption Curve of Bundled Imaging Payments
    • Financials Top Projected Impact of Bundled Reimbursement
    • Second-tier By-products of Bundled Reimbursements
  • Imaging Decisions
    • Top 3 Objectives of Medical imaging Investments
    • Secondary Objectives of Medical imaging Investments
    • Enterprise Stakeholders' Influence Over Imaging Decisions
    • Department and Clinical Stakeholders' Weakening Influence
    • Ongoing Changes Impacting Vendor Selection Strategies
  • Vendor-Customer Relationships
    • Top 3 Value Drivers in Vendor-Customer Relationships
    • Additional Value Drivers for Vendor-Customer Relationships
    • Evolving Customer-Vendor Relationships into Partnerships
    • Additional Drivers for Customer-Vendor Partnerships
    • Adopting New Business Models with Imaging Vendors
    • Top 10 Vendors' Positioning for Success
  • Strategic Recommendations
    • Recommendations to Medical Imaging Vendors
    • Long-term Vendor-Customer Partnerships
    • The Pressing Question Under Every Vendor's Mind
    • Opportunity for New Technology Financing Models
    • Changes Driving Need for Business Model Innovation
  • The Last Word
    • The Last Word-3 Big Predictions
    • Table of Acronyms Used

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