The diagnostic industry is one of the most lucrative sectors in the world. However, the market has made considerable strides in terms of expanding consumer awareness and increasing disease prevalence. As a result, companies have emerged that produce diagnostic medical equipment. Due to the industry's fierce competition, healthcare diagnostic services have evolved into price-driven business transfer payments to doctors. Imaging and diagnostic services are important revenue producers in the health industry. Medical diagnostic devices are crucial to diagnose, monitor, and treat patients. India can become an important global hub for the delivery of diagnostic medical services.

Leveraging an Inpatient Reference Test Formulary to Reduce Costs

Over the past few decades there has been enormous growth in healthcare expenditure in the United States

Cloud Computing in Healthcare

I asked Mike Sutten what three key decision points led him to change Innovaccers business model to cloud based information and data accumulation informatics and analytics

The Future of Precision Medicine in Healthcare

The Precision Medicine Initiative was established by the United States government in to better customize patient health care delivery based on unique genetic environmental and lifestyle characteristics

Oral-based Diagnostics

Oral diseases and beyond

In October the New York Academy of Sciences organised a conference in Atlanta on Oralbased Diagnostics dealing with the diagnostic potential of saliva and its constituents Although blood is still the gold standard for diagnostics of diseases and drugs oral diagnostics has the same and may be an even larger diagnostic potential Principally all sub


New and evolving roles

Noninvasive imaging of the heart continues to evolve and improve Cardiovascular ultrasound or echocardiography continues to play a key role in the diagnosis and assessment of response to therapy of many cardiac conditions The advantages of echocardiography are that it is a safe noninvasive test without radiation exposure and is a relatively inexpen...

Diagnostics for the Developing World

Challenges and constraints

The healthcare challenges faced by the developing countries are vastly different from those in the developed nations Owing to the high poverty levels there is a great dependency on the state for healthcare the delivery of which has at best been mediocre and highly mismanaged With very limited budgets available for healthcare the

Asian Diagnostics Market

Emerging opportunities

Asias ageing population is expected to double by increasing the number of people likely to require medical treatment


The permissible level of Electromagnetic Radiation EMR varies between countries but residents in urban areas everywhere are subjected to EMR Most radiation is from personal devices

Molecular Diagnostics

Empowering patients for better outcomes, diagnosis, and treatment

The most important aspect of Invitro Diagnostics IVDs is the role they play in delivering patient care and improving outcomes Innovations in IVDs are resulting in faster accurate testing and are allowing clinicians to target treatment more precisely and effectively improving patient pathways and enabling earlier intervention

Need for Stratification of Heart Failure with Preserved Ejection Fraction

Shedding light on RV-PA uncoupling with echocardiography

Heart Failure HF is a critical social problem all over the world and HF with preserved Ejection Fraction HFpEF has particularly been increasing and upcoming to a bothering issue Complicated pathophysiology and multiple comorbidities with an aging population makes it rather difficult to find the best way to treat HFpEF patients and none of specific...

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