Interventional Angiography Overview
IMV's interventional angiography products profile angiography departments in United States hospitals with 150 or more beds. During 2011, an estimated 4.8 million angiography procedures were performed in angiography labs in 1,665 hospital radiology and angiography departments. This is a slight descrease from the 4.9 million procedures performed in 2010.The research shows labs are now used for a variety of procedures expanding beyond vascular. Learn about procedure trends, market share for installed angiography equipment, types of facilities purchasing flat panel detectors, productivity of angiography staff, and user satisfaction with their equipment service providers from one or more of the IMV products listed below
Products Available for Interventional Angiography
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Market Summary Reports
IMV's Market Summary Reports identify market trends based on data from IMV primary research. Modality specific reports cover national trends and include procedure utilization, installed base market share, characteristics of installed equipment, equipment buying plans, contrast media utilization, suppliers, operational budgets and staffing levels. Clinical trend reports cover current and future utilization of a variety of modalities for selected clinical conditions.
IMV Benchmark Reports are designed to give health care providers a way to quickly gauge their efficiency compared to other facilities in their modality and find areas for improvement. Benchmark Reports give an overview of key practice measurements including procedure volume tallies and procedures per thousand population for most modalities by state.
CensusTrak databases provide site-specific profiles of hospital and non-hospital clinical departments at your finger tips. Customers can create their own queries that include procedures performed, installed equipment, equipment buying plans, consumable utilization and suppliers, operational budgets and staffing levels and much, much more. CensusTrak databases are powerful tools designed to help you manage your business and enhance your strategic planning for the future.
ServiceTrak reports present an independent analysis of service trends in the imaging industry and manufacturer ratings within each modality. Manufacturers use the ratings to determine their ranking in the industry for each individual question, including overall service performance and satisfaction with the manufacturer.