X-ray Mammography Adoption to Skyrocket as Preferred Imaging Tool for Breast Cancer Detection
X-ray Mammography Adoption to Skyrocket as Preferred Imaging Tool for Breast Cancer Detection 2D systems offering low radiation dosage to gain traction with the phasing out of traditional systems, finds Frost & Sullivan Dubai, United Arab Emirates, October 4, 2018 – (AETOSWire)- Highly populated countries have traditionally been slow adopters of non-conventional business models, but government initiatives to promote early tumor detection are expected to drive the use of X-ray mammography imaging solutions in these countries.
China and Eastern European nations such as Hungary and Poland are poised to be growth hubs for mammography solutions as their governments roll out organized, population-based screening. India and other countries in EE like Romania are still in the development phase. Vendors in these markets are strategically employing leasing, managed equipment services, and a variety of rental and pay-per-use models to boost procedural volumes. Additionally, new business models focusing on workflow efficiency will be the most feasible due to high budget deficits in these markets. At the same time, the evolution of payment models toward outcome-based reimbursement underlines the need for precision diagnosis.