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The medical imaging market - Italy

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MARKET OVERVIEW

1.1 Definition and presentation

In recent years, the field of diagnostic imaging has experienced exponential growth, becoming a key pillar in health care. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), technological advancement in this field has radically transformed methodologies for the diagnosis and treatment of diseases, providing healthcare professionals with increasingly sophisticated tools for the confirmation, evaluation and monitoring of different clinical conditions. With the global diagnostic imaging market projected to reach $53.344 billion by 2028, up from $38.034 billion in 2022, and a compound annual growth rate(CAGR) of 5.8 percent projected from 2022 to 2028, the importance of this sector is indisputable. In Italy, the market has shown significant growth, with a 30.3% increase in revenue from 2017 to 2021, signaling growing interest and investment in this area.

In parallel with technological development,artificial intelligence (AI) has begun to play a key role in diagnostic imaging, marking one of the most significant advances in the field of Computer Vision (CV). This innovation focuses on the analysis and interpretation of images and videos, and has been successfully applied in radiology for the detection and classification of abnormalities in X-rays, computed tomography (CT) scans, and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). The use of AI has not only led to more accurate diagnoses but has also improved the efficiency of decision-making, paving the way for faster, more effective and more personalized health care.

The convergence of the rapid development of AI and the evolution of diagnostic imaging sets the stage for a revolution in patient care and treatment, with profound implications for the future of the healthcare industry. This market research aims to explore the current and future dynamics of diagnostic imaging, with a particular focus on the impact of artificial intelligence and growth prospects in the Italian context, in order to understand emerging trends and opportunities for innovation in the field.

1.2 The World Market

According to theWorld Health Organization (***), diagnostic imaging has developed rapidly and plays a central role in health care, supporting the diagnosis and treatment of diseases. Diagnostic imaging services include confirming, evaluating, and documenting the course of many conditions to ultimately identify response to treatment. The global diagnostic imaging market is expected ...

1.3 The Italian Market

As for the Italian market, this has been steadily and sharply increasing in recent years. Companies that perform diagnostic imaging services fall under the category of Ateco Code "**.** - Other health care services."It can be seen that from **** to ****, there has been a **.*% growth in the industry's turnover.

Evolution Turnover ...

1.4 Foreign trade

For the analysis of imports and exports of equipment used to perform medical imaging services, the following HS codes reported from the United Nations database were used. The HSs used are :

****: Equipment based on the use of X-rays or alpha, beta and gamma radiation for medical, surgical, dental or veterinary ...

DEMAND ANALYSIS

2.1 Overview of the hospital sector in Italy

In ****, the facilities surveyed are: *** for hospital care, *,*** for outpatient specialty care, *,*** for residential territorial care, *,*** for semiresidential territorial care, *,*** for other territorial care, and *,*** for rehabilitation care (***).

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In the following table it is possible, then, to observe further characteristics of the Italian healthcare fabric. Here we have a division ...

2.2 The type of diagnostic imaging services provided and geographic distribution

There are several types of medical imaging that can be requested by patients. The two main types are nuclear medicine and diagnostic radiology. Nuclear medicine refers to the branch of medicine that uses radioactive substances (***) for diagnostic, therapeutic, and biomedical research purposes. While diagnostic radiology uses X-rays, CT, MRI, ultrasound, etc. ...

2.3 The machinery in different regions

In the following section, the number of certain equipment used to make imaging diagnoses will be analyzed. These are:

Echotomograph(***). Computerized Gamma Camera(***) : equipment used in nuclear medicine for scintigraphic imaging; no X-rays are used here Integrated gamma camera CT system(***) : equipment used in nuclear medicine for acquisition of scintigraphic images, ...

2.4 Socio demographic characteristics

There are several drivers that can drive the demand for diagnostic imaging. we can, therefore, find two main categories to keep in mind: demographic characteristics of the Italian population and income characteristics. The age distribution and median age of the Italian population are also important factors to consider in order to ...

MARKET STRUCTURE

3.1 Market structure and dynamics

To analyze the size of the market, it is useful to dwell on the trend of business activity in the sector of manufacturing irradiation instruments, electromedical and electrotherapeutic equipment. The sector has been trending positively for the last five years taken into analysis, with the exception of the last year available ...

3.2 Value Chain

The following is a simplified value chain of the diagnostic imaging industry:

The market for medical imaging equipment manufacturing in Italy is held by a handful of international players; this is caused by high R&D and manufacturing costs, which raise barriers to market entry and restrain the arrival of new ...

3.3 Companies offering Medical Imaging Services

Clinical testing laboratories, X-ray laboratories, and other imaging centers are a crucial distribution channel for medical imaging products. These centers provide essential diagnostic services, using a wide range of imaging products, such as equipment for radiography, magnetic resonance imaging (***), and ultrasound. There are a total of *,*** facilities in Italy surveyed under ...

3.4 Main actors

SUPPLY ANALYSIS

4.1 The different types of Equipment

There are many technological modalities of medical imaging, for multiple applications, the main ones of which are listed in the table below:

PIPAME

The following is a non-exhaustive list of the main types of medical imaging equipment:

Conventional and digital radiography Radioscopy / fluoroscopy CT / CAT SCAN Magnetic resonance imaging (***) Functional magnetic ...

4.2 Equipment prices and diagnostic imaging fees

Equipment prices

Prices for major medical imaging equipment can vary widely depending on the brand, the features and modifications made to the equipment, and the customer's needs. However, SNITEM offers a range of prices for high-end equipment:

Installation costs are added to the cost of the equipment. Installation costs between €***,*** and ...

4.3 An obsolete fleet

By ****, there are **,*** obsolete imaging equipment such as MRIs, PET scans, CT scans, angiographs, and mammograms. **% of conventional mammograms are more than ** years old, **% of PET scans are more than * years old, and **% of closed *.* T MRIs are still more than ** years old. A positive sign can be seen among portable ...

4.4 The Future of Artificial Intelligence in Diagnostic Imaging

Artificial intelligence (***), the area that focuses on image and video analysis and interpretation.

Artificial Intelligence at the heart of Diagnostic Imaging

The medical discipline of Diagnostic Imaging has found itself at the center of a scientific and productive fervor. Using AI in Radiology shows remarkable successes in the process of detecting ...

REGULATIONS

5.1 Regulation

European regulations

At the European level, new regulations were approved in ****, enforced from **** for medical imaging equipment.

This new regulation:

Strengthens controls on high-risk devices through the establishment of an expert committee to verify the risks of a device before it is placed on the market. Improves transparency in the industry ...

POSITIONING OF ACTORS

6.1 Segmentation

  • Gruppo San Donato
  • Synlab Italia SRL
  • Deep Trace Technologies
  • D- EYE
  • General Medical Merate SPA
  • ESAOTE SPA
  • Bracco Imaging SPA
  • AGFA Group

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The medical imaging market - Italy

Publicado en 21/09/2023 by Francesco Bollazzi

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