Who'll be the Next Unicorn in Medical Imaging?
Global ambitions, a large market-size and truly disruptive technology, are all great indicators of a company that's about to make it big in medical imaging. But which companies have these top traits?
There’s no perfect formula to becoming a successful billion-dollar company in medical imaging, or else we’d all be billionaires. However, this combination of ingredients does seem to create a common recipe for success.
Now more than ever, medical imaging is dependent on an underlying digital infrastructure. While there's a clear medical benefit, cyber security is an rising concern throughout the industry.
I’m championing three emerging companies whose technology has led their ambition, rather than R&D budgets, mergers and acquisitions.
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Medical imaging generates around 90% of all healthcare data and is a fundamental part of healthcare. In all its forms, imaging produces phenomenal amounts of data; there are an incomprehensible number of images stored on hospital servers around the w
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The College of Optometrists called AI “the new buzzword in ophthalmology” and over the last 12 months it has been hitting headlines on a regular basis.