Research and Markets: Overview of Southeast Asia Total RIS/PACS - Declining Costs of RIS-PACS Encourage their Adoption by

DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/c6fa8b/overview_of_southe) has announced the addition of Frost & Sullivan's new report "Overview of Southeast Asia Total RIS/PACS" to their offering.

This Market Engineering research service titled Overview of Total Southeast Asian RIS-PACS Market examines the drivers and restraints for growth and technology, demand, and geographical trends in the total radiology information systems and picture archiving and communications systems (RIS-PACS) market. It also offers analyses of the competitive situation, key strategic recommendations, and future outlook. In this research, Frost & Sullivan's expert analysts thoroughly examine the following geographic markets: Malaysia, Singapore, and Thailand.

Market Overview

Declining Costs of RIS-PACS Encourage their Adoption by Low and Mid-tier Hospitals

RIS-PACS used to be adopted exclusively by the top-tier hospitals in the 1990s because they were prohibitively expensive to the smaller ones. However, with the decline in costs and advancements in applications, smaller hospitals have begun to implement them in various medical disciplines such as cardiology, dentistry, and orthopedics. Healthcare service providers eagerness to be competitive in the market, improve their facility, and better manage their imaging is a huge boost to the RIS-PACS market, says the analyst of this research. There is a significant increase in the number of patients, while there is not enough medical staff to attend to them. This scenario has encouraged hospitals to automate their functions to ease the burden on their medical personnel. The proliferation of sophisticated medical devices compels hospitals to deploy advanced PACS to enable the seamless exchange of information. Furthermore, there is a rapidly rising demand for storage, as more devices produce images in the digital format.

However, security issues regarding the safe management and storage of digital images are a concern for every healthcare service provider. Large hospitals may be more interested in implementing enterprise PACS that serve every department rather than focusing only on RIS-PACS. In such a scenario, global vendors offering various end-to-end products and services to support the whole value chain will have an edge in the total market. All the markets in Southeast Asia have considerable potential, regardless of their maturity. While the Malaysian and Thai RIS-PACS markets are in their growth stage with considerable growth potential, the Singaporean market is mature and has fewer healthcare service providers. Nevertheless, healthcare service providers in this country are keen to upgrade to the best products and services. The Singapore Government is moving toward implementing a nationwide electronic health record (EHR), notes the analyst. Furthermore, the governments of Singapore, Thailand, and Malaysia are encouraging the provision of value-added services to make available the best healthcare services in hospitals.

Market Sectors

Expert Frost & Sullivan analysts thoroughly examine the following market sectors in this research:

By Geographic Sectors:

  • Malaysia
  • Singapore
  • Thailand

Key Topics Covered:

1. Executive Summary

2. Research Objective and Methodology

3. Total RIS-PACS Market in Southeast Asia

4. Total RIS-PACS Market in Southeast Asia Market Engineering Measurements

5. Total RIS-PACS Market in Southeast Asia Market Dynamics

6. RIS-PACS Market in Thailand

7. RIS-PACS Market in Malaysia

8. RIS-PACS Market in Singapore

9. Conclusion

10. Appendix: Selection Criteria by Customers and List of Abbreviation

11. Decision Support Database

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