Diagnostic Imaging Equipment Servicing – Market Insights – Europe

The COVID-19 pandemic had a negative impact on the European diagnostic imaging equipment servicing market in the short term. Once the market stabilizes, however, the diagnostic imaging equipment servicing market in Europe will see slow growth through 2030. This market will be driven largely by an aging installed base across modalities, which is supporting new system replacements, coupled with an expanding patient population in the region. Additionally, ongoing digitization efforts, declining ASPs, and rising demand for diagnostic imaging procedures will also support increasing adoption of new technology among European healthcare providers, which will drive the demand for servicing contracts. However, hospital budget constraints will constrict the market growth across Europe.

This Medtech 360 Report provides comprehensive data and analysis on the current state of the market for diagnostic imaging equipment servicing in Europe across an 11-year period.

The COVID-19 pandemic negatively affected the diagnostic imaging system market.

To what extent did the COVID-19 pandemic impact the European diagnostic imaging system market?

How did the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic differ between segments?

How quickly are procedure volumes expected to rebound?

Product innovations will support the growth of European diagnostic imaging system market.

What type of product innovations competitors are incorporating in their diagnostic imaging systems?

Which particular segments of the market will experience the highest number of innovations?

The European diagnostic imaging equipment servicing market is dominated by large, multimodality OEMs.

What factors help the OEMs to maintain competitive edge in the servicing market?

How are these OEMs strengthening their position in the market?

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