2014 North America Medical Imaging Informatics Growth Capital Investment Opportunity Award


Each year, Frost & Sullivan presents this award to the company that demonstrates outstanding operation and execution capabilities, backed by a management team with a successful track record, ability to execute, and considerable industry experience. The award recipient has in place a solid expansion and positioning strategy, and outperforms its rivals in funding history as well as the strength and quality of additional investors. 

  FBLNTWG+

Significance of the Award

Frost and Sullivan uses a proprietary TEAM Research™ methodology to determine how best-in-class companies worldwide manage growth, innovation and leadership. Based on the findings of this Best Practices research, Frost & Sullivan selected Calgary Scientific Inc. as the winner of the 2014 North American Growth Capital Investment Opportunity Award in Medical Imaging Informatics.

Key benchmarking criteria for the award:

  • Operation and Execution Capabilities
  •  
  • Experience and Expertise of Management Team
  •  
  • Funding History, Strength and Quality of Other Investors
  •  
  • Market Growth and Positioning
  •  
  • Product Differentiation Capabilities
  •  
  • Expansion Strategy

 

Contact us for more information

Best Practices Research Report

FrostEmailBtn

ResolutionMD® at Work

See how leading organizations are benefiting from our diagnostic medical imaging software

 

nebraska

Improved Care Quality & Cost Savings

"Calculations showed that using an iPad instead of a laptop results in 75 percent savings in support and software costs over a 4-year period."

- Kyle Hall, Telehealth Coordinator

va

Improved Efficiency & Care Quality

“The VA is a leader in the use of mHealth technologies to connect patients and health care services anywhere, changing the traditional facility-based healthcare model,”

- Dr. Wyatt Smith, Vice President at Agilex

inter

Simple, Universal Access to Images

“Simple, universal access to images across Intermountain Healthcare was the driving factor to move to an enterprise-wide viewer. ”


- Geoff Duke, Director Imaging Informatics