Adam Davidson

Adam Davidson

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.

His research also touches on areas of ancillary interest to ultrasound, such as artificial intelligence and semiconductors, where he provides insightful commentary on current topics falling under those two domains. Other key areas of focus for him are the markets for medical imaging equipment and breast imaging equipment.

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.  

 

 


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White paper on COVID-19 impact - Update on the world’s major healthcare device markets

The Healthcare Technology team at Omdia has reviewed several of the core medical device markets to understand how the pandemic is changing purchasing and affecting demand at a time of critical decision-making. The team’s expertise has been garnered to provide an update on the key medical imaging and clinical care markets to serve as a guide for the healthcare industry during a time of uncertainty.

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Healthcare Technology
Ultrasound: First COVID-19 deregulation, next democratization?

As the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) continues to challenge the United States’ healthcare system, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is attempting to aid response efforts by adjusting regulations. Relaxed imaging regulations, while temporary, could be a major step towards the democratization of ultrasound.

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Healthcare Technology
Scanning for certainty: Navigating the ultrasound market during the COVID-19 pandemic

Nearly every industry has been touched in one way or another by COVID-19, but the healthcare market has experienced one of the most direct impacts. Government healthcare relief funds are allocating money for ultrasound systems that are being used for the triage, monitoring, and diagnosis of COVID-19 patients, but far-less than the amount being allocated to purchase other essential equipment. The outlook for the ultrasound market is especially unclear since government intervention is not expected to completely counteract the negative impact of COVID-19.

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