Over 5500 healthcare provider leaders were contacted by REACTION Data and asked several questions regarding clinical image archive monetization. The mix of people covered IT, Radiology, and administration. Below are a few of the questions and responses. If you would like to see theentire survey and responses, just let us know.
WOULD YOU CONSIDER MONETIZING SOME OF YOUR DE-IDENTIFIED HISTORICAL IMAGING DATA SETS?
UNDER WHAT CIRCUMSTANCES WOULD YOU CONSIDER MONETIZING SOME OF YOUR HISTORICAL IMAGING DATA SETS?
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