AuntMinnie's IMV MarketStat #20: Distribution of CT sites

2003 05 06 12 01 10 706
2003 05 06 12 01 10 706 A total of 6,635 CT scanners were installed in the U.S. as of mid-2001, according to an IMV census.

The number of CT scanners installed per site tended to reflect the size of the institution. A slim majority of large hospitals (400 beds or more) reported having more than two scanners (51%), while 34% of respondents in this segment reported owning three or more scanners.

Among hospitals with 200-399 beds, 58% reported owning one scanner, with 37% owning two systems and 5% three or more. Facilities with less than 200 beds and nonhospital sites overwhelmingly reported owning just one scanner.

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Clinical PET procedure mix

Distribution of radiology information systems

PACS shared image archiving

Mobile MRI vs. fixed MRI sites

PET procedures per site

Echocardiography staff productivity

Cardiac cath lab case mix

Radiation oncology -- distribution of external beam therapy units.

MRI productivity

Fluoroscopy procedure volume per site

Angiography procedure volume

Number of planned CR purchases

Top planned PACS applications

U.S. nuclear medicine utilization by top 10 states

Angiography room productivity

Nuclear medicine productivity

CT productivity per device

Mammography procedures per mammography unit
2001 10 26 10 28 48 706

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