Despite the presence of relatively small number of regional players and a handful of global players, the global teleradiology market is markedly fragmented, notes Transparency Market Research (TMR). Several regional players boast of sizeable shares in their respective regions, the status quo is constantly threatened by numerous large players based in developed markets, notably from Europe and North America. In order to retain their shares in the overall market, these regional companies constantly need to bolster their product portfolio and geographic reach. On the other hand, globally prominent players are capitalizing on their brand value and the strength of innovative offerings to gain a competitive edge over their rivals.
TMR observes that the players with international presence may leverage the synergies of long-term contracts they are entering with various service providers. They are also expected to explore new revenue streams by collaborating with community hospitals and acquiring small regional vendors in emerging markets, especially present in far-flung areas.
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The global teleradiology market stood at US$ 1.35 Bn in 2014. Expanding at a robust CAGR of 11.3% from 2015 to 2023, the opportunities in the global market is projected to reach a worth of US$3.63 Bn by the end of 2023.Among the various regions, Asia Pacific is anticipated to be one of the most promising markets rising at potentially attractive CAGR of 12.1% during 2015–2023. The extensive regional demand is attributed mainly to rapid advancements in the healthcare sector across its key economies.