Radiology Technology Needs

Research Objectives:

  • To understand the role that the latest medical devices play in radiology practices and expectations of future purchases
  • Explore barriers to adopting new technologies and learn which barriers are most constraining

Method: 2-minute MicroSurvey via InCrowd
Crowds: Radiologists
Sample Size: n=50
Fielding Period: October 26-30, 2018

One key finding: Radiologists also express concern about the cost vs. benefit analysis and calculations associated with purchasing new devices, as well as the need to navigate hospital bureaucracy.

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