MICI Q3 2018

2018 MICI Q3 Remains Stable, Though Confidence in Access to Capital Decreases

 

The Medical Imaging Confidence Index (MICI) remains stable in Q3 2018, though there is a decrease in confidence concerning access to capital for healthcare facilities. Imaging directors continue to be most optimistic that internal operating and staff costs will remain constant, with an average score of 135. On the other end of the spectrum, imaging directors are least optimistic about receiving adequate reimbursement from Medicare for diagnostic and interventional imaging, with an average score of 79.

 

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