In today's rapidly evolving medical landscape, efficient and adaptable solutions are key. Enter mobile imaging—a transformative approach that brings diagnostic procedures to where they're needed most. From remote areas to bustling cities, this innovative practice is reshaping the face of healthcare diagnostics.
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Approximately 25% of patients used some form of telehealth service last year, far exceeding the 5% who accessed care this way before the pandemic. More and more people are turning to this convenient form of healthcare, and opting out of the waiting rooms entirely.
X-rays are typically used as diagnostic imaging tools in chiropractic care to assess the spinal health of a patient. X-rays can reveal various aspects of your spinal alignment, structure, and potential abnormalities.
The market for portable X-ray devices is expected to reach 14 billion dollars by 2028. There’s a reason why the industry is booming, as more facilities are beginning to realize the advantages of mobile medical equipment.
At Maven Imaging, we’re in the business of x-rays. This unique technology has existed for over a hundred years and has gone through many changes throughout the years. Today, we sell digital x-ray systems. In this article, we’ll explore what those are, where they came from, and what the future looks like for this stellar medical technology.
The global digital x-ray market is growing at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 5.5%. In 2020, the industry was worth 7.1 billion, and by 2026, it will be worth $16.4 billion.
Insurance is not a simple cut-and-dry business. If it was, healthcare wouldn’t be so complex. When it comes time to bill for x-ray services, what can you expect to recoup? The answer depends on a variety of considerations.
There are currently 5,927 urgent care centers in the United States, an increase of 7.9% from last year. It is a business sector that is rapidly expanding, and thus, the need for x-ray equipment follows suit.