Analyst: Diseases lead Ghana to boost medical imaging investments

09/17/2009 | Healthcare IT News

Demand for medical imaging devices and laboratory test technologies has increased in Ghana as the government has driven up investments to enhance the diagnostic capability, said Lizelle Wentzel, a research analyst at Frost & Sullivan. "Due to the high incidence of various infectious diseases, Ghana has invested significant capital into upgrading hospitals, removing obsolete equipment and replacing it with new and improved devices," Wentzel said.

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