Data presented in this research was gathered through the following processes:
In-depth interviews conducted with healthcare information technology (IT) vendors; hospital IT management and staff, and key opinion leaders (KOLs).
Secondary research conducted using Frost & Sullivan proprietary content as well as publicly available sources of information, such as government Web sites; academic and trade journals, and online media.
Market size and forecasts were developed using Frost & Sullivan proprietary forecasting tools. Detailed methodology and forecast assumptions are included in the following section.
About this report
Picture archiving communication systems (PACS) were a real game changer 3 decades ago when, in combination with radiology information systems (RIS), they enabled rapid digitalization of medical imaging data. Today, Southeast Asia again stands at the brink of transformation as RIS PACS enter their second or third generation of deployment. In an effort to address the challenges and flaws of previous systems, providers are now cautiously moving toward enterprise archiving with medical imaging data forming an integral part of enterprise data. Next-generation solutions that allow seamless interoperability between radiology and other hospital departments are beginning to make their presence felt.
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