Healthcare sector financials

Highest Mkt Cap
#4 of 49
$50 B
Lowest CAGR
#42 of 49
15 %
Radiology Information Systems can be used to analyze the structure of the brain and identify changes associated with conditions like depression and anxiety. Virtual Reality is being used to enhance the experience of medical imaging by creating 3D visualizations of internal organs. The 3D printing of radiologic images and models can help doctors to better understand the complexity of certain conditions and improve surgical planning.

0 FDA approvals in Medical Imaging and Radiology

Improved Diagnostics

"Medical imaging and radiology can help improve diagnostics by providing detailed and accurate images of internal structures and organs." - Radiology Today, December 2021

Minimally Invasive Procedures

"Medical imaging and radiology can be used for minimally invasive procedures, reducing the need for surgery and improving patient outcomes." - Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society, January 2022

Personalized Medicine

"Medical imaging and radiology can be used for personalized medicine, tailoring treatments to individual patients based on their unique data." - Medical Imaging Technology, February 2022

Investor sentiment

Global Market InsightsApril 2021

"...The global medical imaging market is expected to surpass $55 billion by 2027, driven by the increasing prevalence of chronic diseases, the growing demand for non-invasive and minimally invasive diagnostic procedures, and the rising adoption of advanced imaging technologies and artificial intelligence solutions."

Grand View ResearchMay 2021

"...The global medical imaging market is projected to reach $33.6 billion by 2028, driven by the increasing demand for early disease diagnosis and preventive healthcare, the growing geriatric population, and the rising prevalence of chronic diseases and disorders."

Sector leaders

    Caption Health

    Caption Health created an AI-powered medical imaging system that can perform ultrasounds of the heart, lungs and abdomen with just a few taps on an iPad. It uses AI to make the process faster and more accurate, and is designed to help doctors working in intensive care or emergency situations, as well as those in rural areas who may not have access to specialists. (Source: CNBC)


    Nanox has developed a digital X-ray device that replaces the bulky, expensive machinery found in hospitals with a smaller, lighter and less expensive option. The device uses a novel digital X-ray source instead of the typical vacuum tube source, making it easier to manufacture and ship, and can be deployed in a variety of settings. (Source: Forbes)

    Subtle Medical

    Subtle Medical has developed an AI-powered imaging software that can reduce the time it takes to scan patients while also improving image quality. The company’s technology is particularly useful for MRI and PET scans, which can take up to an hour to perform and often require sedation. (Source: VentureBeat)
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