Product Code: 20-085
PET imaging has grown over the past two decades to become a mainstay in the diagnosis and management of cancer patients. While oncology scans continue to comprise the majority of PET scans, new radiopharmaceuticals offer the promise of increasing the efficacy of PET imaging for cardiology and neurology. IMV's ‘2020 PET Imaging Market Summary Report’ monitors trends in PET scan utilization, the adoption of fixed PET scanners (e.g., PET-only, PET/CT, and PET/MR), the use of mobile PET services, purchase plans, and radiopharmaceutical use. Survey results are projected to the universe of facilities using PET, and the report provides market scenarios addressing the PET unit market for 2020-2024.
What you'll learn in this report:
PET Scan Volume
- What is the trend in PET scans performed from 2003-2019?
- How many clinical PET studies were conducted on fixed vs. mobile PET imaging systems? What is the trend in use by hospital-based vs. independent non-hospital locations?
- What is the current mix of PET scans by oncology, cardiology, and neurology clinical applications?
- What is the anticipated PET scan volume for 2020?
PET Equipment Installed Base and Purchase Plans
- How many fixed PET-only, PET/CT, and PET/MR units are installed in the United States?
- How many sites use mobile PET imaging services?
- What is the installed base market share by manufacturer?
- What are the plans for purchasing PET/CT and PET/MR?
- What is current and planned mix of PET/CTs, by number of CT slices and bore size?
- What is the brand loyalty for future purchases?
- What is the PET scanner unit forecast for 2020 to 2024?
Radiopharmaceuticals Utilization and Budgets
- What is the supplier share for radiopharmaceuticals?
- What percent of clinical PET scans use rubidium (Rb82)?
- How much is spent on PET radiopharmaceuticals, per dose, per site, and in total?
Site Operations Characteristics
- How many technologists, clerical, administrators, and radiopharmacists are employed per site?
- How many PET scans are performed per site? Per unit?
- What are the typical operating hours of PET departments?
- What physician types are the top referrers for PET scans?
- What is typical waiting time for an outpatient PET study?
IMV Market Summary Report Advantages
Since 1977, IMV has been a leading supplier of market information to the medical imaging industry, providing site-specific databases and comprehensive market reports that address the radiology, cardiology, & radiation therapy markets.
- Broad Coverage: Large sample of PET imaging sites in hospitals and non-hospitals provide a comprehensive analysis to identify opportunities that address the needs of the PET imaging community.
- Data Accessibility: Includes more than 130 pages with over 200 graphs and exhibits in PowerPoint slide presentation format to help decision-makers interpret the data to develop informed market strategies.
- In-depth Analysis: Drill down from top-level summaries to views by non-hospital & hospital bed size categories for key metrics such as PET scan volume, installed base share, technology adoption rates, and more.
- Market Trends: 2020 report findings are compared to prior IMV reports to identify key trends. Respondent purchase plans are incorporated in market scenarios through 2024.
Market Study Methodology:
This report utilizes the results from interviews conducted from February 2019 through January 2020 with PET imaging professionals in 510 U.S. hospital and non-hospital sites. Results are projected to IMV's identified universe of over 2,350 sites using fixed PET scanners or mobile PET services.
Table of Contents
I. Background and Objectives
II. Executive Summary
- A. PET Scan Volume
- B. Installed Base of PET Imaging Systems
- C. Purchase Plans for PET Imaging Systems & Market Scenarios
- D. PET Radiopharmaceutical Utilization & Budgets
- E. PET Imaging Demographics & Site Operations Characteristics