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放射醫學·即服務 (RaaS)的全球市場的成長機會:2023年

Growth Opportunities in the Global Radiology-as-a-Service Market, Forecast to 2023

出版商 Frost & Sullivan 商品編碼 890266
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 106 Pages
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放射醫學·即服務 (RaaS)的全球市場的成長機會:2023年 Growth Opportunities in the Global Radiology-as-a-Service Market, Forecast to 2023
出版日期: 2019年07月11日內容資訊: 英文 106 Pages
簡介

本報告提供全球放射醫學·即服務 (RaaS) 市場相關調查,提供市場概要,各市場區隔的分析與預測,競爭情形,及對相關利益者而言的成長機會等分析·議論。

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成長環境:市場概要

  • 範圍·市場區隔
  • 市場區隔
  • 定義
  • RaaS業者情勢
  • 本研究將回答的關鍵問題
  • 背景:全球醫療圖像價值鏈
  • 影像產業的價值鏈
  • 醫院影像服務的「即服務」模式
  • 影像產業上「即服務」契約
  • 影像的「即服務」模式
  • RaaS市場收益預測:各市場區隔
  • 市場成長促進因素
  • 阻礙市場成長要素

成長環境:市場預測 - 預測的前提條件

  • 前提條件

成長環境:市場預測 - 技術管理服務

  • 概要
  • 市場區隔·定義
  • 醫院供應商的未滿足需求
  • 技術管理服務的新興形勢
  • 釋放合作夥伴關係的潛力 - 全面的TMS合同
  • TMS契約·潛在解決方案的商業性課題
  • 綜合TMS合同的關鍵績效指標
  • 管理維修服務:與公司內部臨床工程服務的比較
  • 收益預測

成長環境:市場預測 - 諮詢服務

  • 概要
  • 重點領域
  • 收益預測
  • KPI

成長環境:市場預測 - 成像IT服務

  • 概要
  • 成像IT·即服務
  • 在每種服務類型下執行的活動
  • 雲端服務在醫療保健中的應用
  • 成像IT·即服務的優點
  • 成像IT·即服務的風險
  • 傳統內部模型的參與模型比較評分
  • 為影像IT外包選擇合適的提供商
  • 資料範圍
  • 成像IT服務收入預測
  • 成像IT·即服務即服務的KPI

成長環境:市場預測 - 專門遠距放射診斷服務

  • 放射醫學:概要
  • 放射學增加的成像檢查和放射科醫生的停滯計數
  • 遠距放射診斷概要
  • 遠距放射診斷的工作流程
  • 供應商的未滿足需求
  • KPI
  • 遠距放射診斷服務的收益預測

競爭情形

  • RaaS業者情勢
  • RaaS市場上主要企業的簡介

願景方案

  • 宏觀到微觀的願景
  • RaaS市場的趨勢·要素
  • 各經營模式的籌劃
  • 效能改善:效率改進和關鍵指標
  • 設備供應商和客戶之間的合​​作關係
  • RaaS市場主要預測

願景與策略:成長機會

  • RaaS供應商而言的主要成長機會:願景與策略
  • 成長機會1: 經常性收入戰略:長期合作夥伴關係
  • 成長機會2:影像設備服務商務的整合
  • 成長機會3:利用技術實現卓越
  • 成長機會4:促進臨床影像工作流程的效率
  • 成長機會5:強化外包上遠距放射診斷的引進
  • 成長機會6:員工滿意度與患者經驗
  • 成長機會7:活用資料分析推進優點

品牌需求:成長與機會

  • RaaS供應商的主要成長機會:品牌和需求
  • 成長機會8:醫院用金融解決方案的客制化
  • 成長機會9:增長的服務商務工具的協動負擔風險協定
  • 成長機會10:轉換的成功標準定義

結論

成長機會矩陣

成長機會·實行

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目錄
Product Code: ME3E-50

Innovative Business Models Focusing on Operational, Clinical, and Financial Excellence Witnessing Growing Adoption, Due to Increasing Influence of Value-based Care and Sustainable Healthcare Initiatives in the Imaging Ecosystem

This Growth Opportunity service presents an analysis of the emerging ‘servitization' business models in the medical imaging industry. With healthcare systems gradually transitioning to value-based care, imaging vendors across the value chain are positioning themselves as partners in this journey through risk-sharing and outcome-based services, without burdening the capital budgets of providers. Financial constraints, complicated procurement processes, lack of expertise in managing imaging technologies, and the ever-increasing need to focus all efforts on clinical services are driving providers toward service models in imaging. Outsourcing models that are quite prevalent in radiology reading services are gradually transcending to adjacent areas such as imaging IT, imaging equipment, and maintenance services.

Traditional business models focusing on selling products based on specification superiority or product USP are expected to slow down. Care providers are in need of solutions that meet their clinical requirements and ownership of the equipment is of no value for customers as long as performance is assured. Business models offering the product/solution as a service with guaranteed performance will gain traction, as hospitals focus on clinical excellence and exploring partnerships to achieve operational and financial excellence.

One of the challenges for vendors is the perceived uncertainty among customers on equipment upgrades and the capabilities to provide satisfactory multi-vendor services. Strict service-level agreements (SLAs) detailing the key performance metrics and the penalties associated can lead to higher penetration of services/solutions business in imaging. In Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) model, partnerships should add in value in the form of healthcare domain expertise and compliance with the local laws, coupled with willingness to enter into a Business Associate Agreement, which transfers the compliance risk from the hospital to the vendor. Defined turnaround times, reduced error rates, workflow orchestration, and automation can lead to effective implementation of teleradiology services and the customers will perceive value in shifting from on-site to a teleradiology model.

Changes in the requirements within the provider community, with increasing focus on patient centricity and staff burn-out, have led to increasing demands for consulting services in imaging departments. Innovative asset-light models are an excellent proposition for cash-strapped hospitals, whose balance sheets are already stretched and may no longer be able to generate funds for an outright purchase of equipment. Traditional product selling is no longer the avenue for long-term growth. The industry is witnessing a transition from product-selling to solutions-/services-selling model. Imaging vendors are signing up for long-term partnerships with their clients, which promises business continuity for clients and recurring stable revenues for vendors. Vendors establishing long-term relationships with clients stand to gain from the recurring revenues from the account. Partnership strategies provide more opportunities for cross-selling other solutions. Hospitals' need to derive maximum return on investments/assets creates market potential for vendors who can leverage their technology competency to add value to their offerings.

Research Scope:

This research service covers the following segments under imaging at a global level:

  • Technology management services
  • Imaging IT services
  • Professional teleradiology services
  • Consulting services

For each of the segments, types and key elements of contracting, key performance indicators for measuring success, and market potential have been covered. The competitive landscape and growth opportunities for stakeholders in the market have been analyzed and discussed.

Table of Contents

Executive Dashboard

  • Purpose of this Study
  • 5 Step Process to Transformational Growth
  • Strategic Imperatives for Imaging Vendors
  • Top Growth Opportunities for RaaS Vendors

Growth Environment-Market Overview

  • Scope and Segmentation
  • Market Segmentation
  • Definitions
  • RaaS Vendor Landscape
  • Key Questions this Study will Answer
  • Background-Global Medical Imaging Value Chain
  • Imaging Industry Value Chain
  • ‘as-a-Service' Model in Hospital Imaging Services
  • ‘as-a-Service' Contracts in the Imaging Industry
  • ‘as-a-Service' Models in Imaging
  • Raas Market-Revenue Forecast by Segment
  • Market Drivers
  • Market Restraints

Growth Environment-Market Forecast: Forecast Assumptions

  • Assumptions

Growth Environment-Market Forecast: Technology Management Services

  • Overview
  • Segmentation and Definitions
  • Unmet Needs of Hospital Providers
  • Emerging Landscape of Technology Management Services
  • Unlocking Potential of Partnerships-Comprehensive TMS Contracts
  • Commercial Issues in TMS Contracts and Possible Solutions
  • KPIs for Comprehensive TMS Contracts
  • Managed Maintenance Services-Comparison with In-house Clinical Engineering Services
  • Revenue Forecast

Growth Environment-Market Forecast: Consulting Services

  • Overview
  • Focus Areas
  • Revenue Forecast
  • Key Performance Metrics

Growth Environment-Market Forecast: Imaging IT Services

  • Overview
  • Imaging IT-as-a-Service
  • Activities Performed Under Each Type of Service
  • Utilization of Cloud Services in Healthcare
  • Benefits of Imaging IT-as-a-Service
  • Risks of Imaging IT-as-a-Service
  • Comparative Scoring of Engagement Models With Traditional On-premise Model
  • Choosing the Right Provider for Imaging IT Outsourcing
  • Quantitative Scope
  • Imaging IT Services Revenue Forecast
  • KPIs for Imaging IT-as-a-Service

Growth Environment-Market Forecast: Professional Teleradiology Services

  • Radiology-Overview
  • Radiology-Increasing Imaging Exams and Stagnating Count of Radiologists
  • Teleradiology-Overview
  • Teleradiology Workflow
  • Unmet Needs of Providers
  • Key Performance Metrics
  • Teleradiology Services Revenue Forecast

Competitor Landscape

  • RaaS Vendor Landscape
  • Select Company Profiles in the RaaS Market
  • Select Company Profiles in the RaaS Market (continued)
  • Select Company Profiles in the RaaS Market (continued)
  • Select Company Profiles in the RaaS Market (continued)
  • Select Company Profiles in the RaaS Market (continued)

Visioning Scenarios

  • Macro-to-Micro Visioning
  • Trends and Factors in the RaaS Market
  • Trends and Factors in the RaaS Market (continued)
  • Plotting Different Business Models
  • Performance Improvement-Efficiency Improvements and Key Metrics
  • Partnerships Between Equipment Vendors and Customers
  • Top Predictions for the RaaS Market

Vision and Strategy-Growth Opportunities

  • Top Growth Opportunities for RaaS Vendors-Vision and Strategy
  • Growth Opportunity 1-Recurring Revenue Strategy: Long-term Partnerships
  • Growth Opportunity 2-Consolidating Imaging Equipment Services Business
  • Growth Opportunity 3-Leveraging Technology to Achieve Excellence
  • Growth Opportunity 4-Driving Efficiency in Clinical Imaging Workflow
  • Growth Opportunity 5-Enhancing Adoption of Teleradiology in Outsourcing
  • Growth Opportunity 6-Staff Satisfaction and Patient Experience
  • Growth Opportunity 7-Leveraging Data Analytics to Drive Excellence

Brand and Demand-Growth Opportunities

  • Top Growth Opportunities for RaaS Vendors-Brand and Demand
  • Growth Opportunity 8-Customized Financial Solutions for the Hospitals
  • Growth Opportunity 9-Shared-risk Agreements as a Tool for Growing Services Business
  • Growth Opportunity 10-Defining Metrics for Successful Transformation

The Last Word

  • Key Conclusions and Future Outlook

Growth Opportunities Matrix

  • Growth Opportunities 1-10-Vision and Strategy
  • Growth Opportunities Matrix

Growth Strategy and Implementation

  • Growth Strategies for Your Company
  • Prioritized Opportunities Through Implementation
  • Legal Disclaimer

Appendix

  • List of Abbreviations
  • List of Exhibits
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