Cardiovascular Information System Market Analysed & Forecast by Occams Business Research & Consulting in Its Report Available at MarketPublishers.com18 Dec 2015 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Today, the cardiovascular information system (CVIS) is viewed as a lucrative solution in modernisation of cardiovascular departments, which allows healthcare providers to get an optimised cardiovascular service line, reduce chances for medical errors, reduce costs and increase revenues of an organisation.
The world CVIS market is proceeding towards its maturity level and is expected to grow at a 9.07% CAGR during the next five-six years, spurred by increasing prevalence of cardiovascular diseases. Meantime, the high cost of CVIS solutions is the main challenge of the future market growth. The web-based sector is likely to register the highest annual growth.
In terms of geography, the worldwide CVIS market is dominated by North America, followed by Europe, while Asia-Pacific also demonstrates positive growth.
Topical research report “Cardiovascular Information System Market” elaborated by Occams Business Research & Consulting offers a 360-degree analysis of the situation in the global CVIS market and also includes a set of forecasts of the market development till 2021. The research study thoroughly investigates the competitive landscape of the market providing detailed profiles of eleven companies active in this market. Moreover, the report examines the market segmentation in detail. In addition, unique data on the market historical and present development, market shares, drivers, restraints, possible opportunities and challenges is provided in the topical research report.
Cardiovascular Information System Market by Country (United States, Canada, India, China, Japan, United Kingdom), Company Profiles, Share, Trends, Analysis, Opportunities, Segmentation and Forecast 2015 – 2021
Published: November, 2015
Price: US$ 4,000.00
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