A recurring QUICKPollTM study on hospital-based diagnostic imaging volumes

Our imagePRO™ panel was asked nine (9) questions regarding imaging volumes from May 1st-15th of this year compared to the same period in 2019.

40% of respondents noted an increase in studies using portable x-ray, while over 67% of respondents saw a decrease of over 40% in screening procedures such as mammography. Outpatient procedures are already starting to see a surge for 33% of panel members that participated, and 44% plan on extending hours of operation when/if a surge occurs. To learn more about these imaging volume trends, please see our dashboard below.

Click on interactive dashboard below to see how imaging volumes have changed.


COVID-19 QP Dashboard: May 1-15


Access the data

Purchase the “Post COVID-19 Pulse Wave 1 Data Set” broken down by nine (9) different profiling criteria (see below) for $850 by clicking

Profiling criteria:


  • Years assuming a management position for imaging services and equipment
  • Bed size
  • US State
  • # Hospitals currently supervised
  • Hospital ownership model
  • Primary mission of the organization
  • Hospital patient catchment area
  • Imaging related services offered
  • Imaging procedure/study volume


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