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Digital Mammography 2008

January 16, 2008

Mammography services have historically drawn minimal revenue margins in comparison to other imaging services and have been one of the last clinical imaging areas to adopt digital technology. Nevertheless, digital mammography equipment experienced more than a 100 percent increase in 2006 over the 2005 market level.

Advancing digital technology offers the potential for added efficiencies in throughput and diagnosis which may be driving factors in the sudden urgency of adoption. Additionally, Full Field Digital Mammography systems have improved beyond their film screen counterparts, especially in screening women under 50 and women of any age with dense breasts. They also allow hospitals and clinics to modernize their enterprise workflow with applications such as PACS.

As a result of providers requesting information about user experiences with digit mammography, KLAS is publishing its inaugural study on digital mammography from a user standpoint. In this Digital Mammography Report, KLAS investigates the successes and challenges providers have had incorporating digital mammography into their hospital or clinic.

Vendors included in the main report are GE Senographe Essential, Hologic Selenia and Siemens MAMMOMAT NovationDR. Preliminary data was also included for FUJIFILM ClearCiew-CSm.

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