Radiology Information System (RIS) Overview

A radiology information system (RIS) is a networked software system for managing medical imagery and associated data. A RIS is especially useful for tracking radiology imaging orders and billing information and is often used in conjunction with (picture archiving and communication system) PACS to manage image archives, record-keeping, and billing. This is a sophisticated database system that radiology medical professionals use to keep track of patient data and the enormous image files typically generated in the course of diagnosis and treatment. A RIS is a special kind of electronic health record system designed specifically for use in radiology.

Major Challenges Faced by the Client

Despite having many advantages of RIS, there are some major challenges related to software that the client wanted to resolve and understand how to overcome such drawbacks. With RIS, it’s easier to communicate with other practitioners or referring doctors, however, there are some problems related to security and complexities regarding the integration of RIS software.

Client Requirements

The client has approached Data Bridge Market Research to understand the current scenario of RIS market and also to identify the business scope in the competitive landscape. Additionally, the client has asked for the following requirements:

  • Growth rate & market size for their product portfolio
  • Key factors inflicting the adoption of  RIS
  • COVID Impact on RIS market
  • Integration of software in radiology department
  • Competitive analysis of leading market players dealing in RIS

Furthermore, the client wanted to know about the current trends and technologies along with a detailed study of major players that are adopting in RIS market so that they can expand their business accordingly.

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