DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Cardiovascular Information System (CVIS) Market Analysis by System types (CVIS and CPACS), Mode of Operation (Web-based, On-site and cloud-based) and Segment Forecasts To 2024" report to their offering.
The global cardiovascular information system (CVIS) market is expected to reach USD 1.2 billion by 2024, according to this new report. The global cardiovascular devices industry is growing swiftly owing to the increasing prevalence of heart diseases and other cardiovascular problems.
In accordance with the growing patient population there is an exponential surge in the patient history documents and patient data records. The resultant,rising burden of patient data is pushing forward the demand for effective management tools; thus, offering increased accessibility of patient information to surgeons and the healthcare staff and hence enhancing the operational efficiency of the practices. In addition, factors, such as technological advancements and the gradually growing awareness regarding the availability of these improved systems are expected to fuel the growth of the cardiovascular devices market.
However, factors,such as high system costs and the lack of skilled operators are impeding the overall growth. In addition, the presence of alternative data management tools is challenging the adoption of the information systems specific to cardiovascular data management. Some of the key players in the market are implementing strategies to expand market share.
- Philips Healthcare.
- GE Healthcare.
- McKesson Corporation.
- Siemens Healthcare GmbH
- Merge Healthcare, Inc.
- Agfa Healthcare N.V.
- Cerner Corporation.
- Fujifilm Medical Systems, Inc.
- Lumedx Corporation
1 Methodology and Scope
2 Executive Summary
3 Cardiovascular Information System Industry Outlook
4 Cardiovascular Information Systems Outlook
5 Cardiovascular Information System Mode of Operation Outlook
6 Cardiovascular Information System Market Regional Outlook
7 Competitive Landscape
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