The healthcare technology team at IHS Markit have summarized the key themes at RSNA 2019 including augmented reality, robotics in surgery, artificial intelligence and a summary of the product launches and highlights across ultrasound, MRI, CT and X-ray.
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Research Manager, Healthcare Technology
Kelly Patrick leads the Healthcare Technology team, which is part of the technology practice at Omdia. In addition to managing the strategic direction of the team, she is focused on developing market studies in the imaging, clinical care device, healthcare IT, and digital health market segments. Kelly has more than 11 years of research experience within the healthcare technology industry. Her main areas of expertise are infusion pumps, patient monitors, ventilators, sleep therapy, oxygen therapy, and nebulizers. She works on both syndicated and custom research, producing high-quality market data, forecasts, and competitive intelligence. Prior to joining the company, she worked as a study scientist involved in the development of new immunoassay techniques and sample analysis. Kelly holds a Bachelor of Science (Hons) in pharmacology from the University of Leeds and is based in Wellingborough, UK.
Adam Davidson covers the global ultrasound market and takes charge of the quarterly market updates for the Ultrasound Intelligence Service, a comprehensive offering that includes a clinical application database and an ultrasound equipment database with a five-year forecast for 20 applications and 9 ultrasound product types.
Other key areas of focus for him are the markets for medical imaging equipment and breast imaging equipment. His research also touches on areas of ancillary interest to the healthcare equipment market, such as artificial intelligence, semiconductors, and COVID-19, where he provides insightful commentary on current topics.
Adam holds a Bachelor of Science degree in chemical and biomolecular engineering from Rice University in Houston, Texas. He is based at the company’s Austin, Texas, office.
Sharjeel currently leads the X-ray intelligence service, which offers comprehensive research on all X-ray modalities. With over three years of experience working in the healthcare industry, Sharjeel has a wide range of expertise in the imaging market. He works on both syndicated and custom research to deliver data, forecasts, competitive intelligence, and other market signifiers.
Prior to joining Omdia, Sharjeel worked within the pharmacovigilance sphere at Johnson & Johnson and at Mitsubishi Tanabe Pharma.
Sharjeel obtained both his undergraduate and graduate degrees in the UK—a Bachelor of Science with honors in biochemistry from the University of Birmingham and a Master of Science in biotechnology, bioprocessing, and business management from the University of Warwick. He is based at the company’s Wellingborough office in England.
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