The ageing population and the concomitant rising illness burden are the key factors affecting Austria’s medical device industry. Increased risks of cancer, lung disease, heart disease, renal disease, and diabetes are predicted by bad lifestyle choices, such as high rates of drinking alcohol and smoking combined with a sedentary way of life.
The limitations of a social insurance system are supported by a combination of employer/employee payments and government revenue, as well as established and high-quality universal health coverage that can pay for the population’s health care requirements.
The Austria Medical Devices Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
In order to aid hospital organizations in their defence against cybersecurity threats, GE Healthcare unveiled a new cybersecurity service offering that combines knowledge of medical devices, artificial intelligence, and process management technologies.
By offering proactive monitoring via a remote security operations centre (SOC), the new system, known as Skeye, enhances hospitals’ existing resources and capabilities and enables them to quickly identify, assess, and respond to cybersecurity threats and incidents.
Security breaches may have a significant impact on an organization’s productivity, finances, level of care, and reputation as more and more devices become linked.
By offering customers a thorough medical device security assessment to help identify risks and vulnerabilities, recommended action plans, remediation advice, and execution strategies – facilitating collaboration across customers’ clinical engineering, IT, and security teams – GE Healthcare’s Skeye aims to address those risks.
To establish a dynamic management system for device onboarding and decommissioning, AI technologies will also automate connected device inventory and equipment risk assessment throughout a hospital.
For the on-site European Congress of Radiology in Vienna, Austria, the European Society of Radiology (ESR) and Bracco today announce the extension of their collaboration. The alliance, which is the outcome of cherished cooperation between ESR and Bracco, is dedicated to creating cutting-edge content for the imaging industry.
They will have three seminars on radiology and imaging as well as a fully immersive and experiential booth at ESR. The need to change the healthcare system in order to create a society that is healthier and safer will be the driving force behind the company’s presentation to their audience at ECR.
Additionally, Bracco will present three symposiums on the following topics: Imaging Correlation in Common Clinical Practice, MRI in Abdominal Oncology, Benefits of Liver CEUS, and Keeping Up with CT Technology and Contrast Medium Usage.
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