According to National Institute of Cancer, 448.7 new cancer cases per 100,000 men and women are diagnosed each year in the US. Taking into account the gravity of such details, the demand for teleradiology is expected to surge not just in the US, but in regions witnessing higher concurrence of cancer. In its latest report, Future Market Insights assesses that the global demand for teleradiology will soar vigorously in the years to come. And, the report projects that largest share of global teleradiology revenues will be emanating from the US alone. The country will not only account for dominance of North America in the global teleradiology market, but by the end of 2026, US teleradiology revenues will have closed in on US$ 5.5 Bn value. During this period, the US teleradiology market is expected to reflect a sizeable gain of 416 BPS, exhibiting a stellar CAGR of 22.3%.
According to Future Market Insights, the global market for teleradiology is presently valued at US$ 1.9 Bn, and is anticipated to be worth US$ 13.2 Bn by the end of 2026, reflecting a CAGR of 21%. The report, titled “Teleradiology Market: Global Industry Analysis and Opportunity Assessment, 2016-2026,” has analysed the global teleradiology market by splitting other parts of the world from the US. Dominance of US on the global teleradiology market is expected to remain throughout the forecast. Teleradiology Solutions, Argus Radiology, USARAD Holdings, Inc., TeleDiagnosys Services Pvt. Ltd., Imaging Advantage, Foundation Radiology Group, Direct Radiology, Imaging On Call, LLC, ONRAD, Inc., Rays (Envision Healthcare Company), StatRad LLC, ARIS Radiology, NightShift Radiology, Mednax, Inc., Alta Vista TeleRadiology, and Quality Nighthawk are US-based companies actively participating in the growth of global teleradiology market.
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Informatics systems linked to the global teleradiology market allow the rapid transfer of high-quality images to the desired users or their location and this helps the image to be properly interpreted by the healthcare consultant. Rapid improvements in digital image processing technology enables images to be effectively distributed across the globe. With advanced technology leading to better transmission capability, the global teleradiology market has increased in size and scale with worldwide centres providing 24/7 reporting for emergency imaging in countries in different time zones.