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CT Scan and Medical Imaging Field Predictions for 2020-2021

by | Oct 26, 2020 | CT, Industry

Because of the pandemic, many industries and businesses were forced to dramatically change aspects of their operations, from completely shifting to online platforms to letting some people go. And the health industry and medical imaging field were not spared from these changes. 

For those in the medical imaging field, most are curious about what could happen in the remaining months of the year to 2021, most especially in the CT market. After months of observation and deliberation, professionals have come up with predictions that are most likely to happen in the CT market regarding CT machines and CT parts over the next 12-18 months.

If you’re curious about what the CT market predictions are, keep reading. Below are the CT scan market and medical imaging field predictions that you can expect to see in the next months. Let’s start scanning!

 

CT Scan Market Predictions

  • More people will need CT Scans

Every year, there has been an increase in demand for CT scans, but it will most likely rise in the next 12-18 months due to the backlogs created by lockdowns and limitations done by COVID-19 screening. Because of this, once everything is closer to normal, we can expect an increase in this service for a while. 

  • More people will demand CT scan convenience

Due to the pandemic, people rely on mobile healthcare units for their medical needs, and mobile CTs are part of them. With mobile units, there is no need to construct facilities to house this equipment and offer this type of service.

Additionally, it’s a much safer and easier way for the public to get diagnosed rather than exposing yourself to the COVID-19 virus by heading to enclosed facilities, like hospitals. 

  • Demand for creative financing options

Because this year has been full of uncertainties, people in the health sector are starting to make smaller initial investments in equipment that provide low risks and allow their facilities to rely on operating expenses. 

This means more vendors and suppliers are offering rental and subscription financing on bigger equipment for health facilities. In the past, rentals and subscriptions were only reserved for smaller and mobile units.

 

Medical Imaging Trends

  • Artificial Intelligence (AI)

Artificial intelligence isn’t only limited to the eCommerce business sector, but the medical imaging market is finding its use incredibly beneficial. AI can transform the medical imaging industry, giving healthcare workers the ability to filter through volumes of scans and observations.

With AI, there will be an improvement in accuracy in decision-making and speed in sifting through data and records. 

  • Augmented Intelligence (AI)

Similar to AI, augmented intelligence improves the monotonous workflows of physicians by blending technology and human interaction, but with less automated results. This type of technological advancement improves employees’ workflows and is more affordable and realistic than artificial intelligence. 

  • Virtual and augmented reality and 3D medical imaging

As of the moment, CT scans use CT parts that produce 2D images and results. With more developed augmented reality technologies, there could be advancements in CT scans and create 3D images, even for MRIs. With that, physicians may also examine the 3D image using a VR headset.

On the other hand, augmented reality (AR) will combine the 3D images with the real world that could give immense help to surgeons. This way, tech can see through obstacles and challenges in high-risk operations. 

  • Nuclear imaging

In addition to the predictions above, there will also be significant developments in CT parts and MRI parts. Upgrades in CT and MRI equipment will involve nuclear imaging wherein a patient will ingest radiotracers before taking a medical imaging scan. 

This is helpful when diagnosing certain illnesses, such as thyroid disease, gallbladder stones, cancer, and more. 

 

Conclusion

Thankfully, despite the beginning of this year being incredibly unpredictable, the healthcare industry has been working hard to adjust, improve, and develop systems that will benefit the medical sector as well as the general public. With these CT scan and CT parts upgrades and medical imaging developments, the healthcare sector will continue to develop its operations and provide better service to the public. 

Are you looking for MRI and CT parts? DirectMed Parts is a trusted healthcare source that specializes in MRI and CT parts and coil. We understand the importance of working with medical professionals, allowing us to adequately deliver quality parts to our clients. Learn more about our services today!

 

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