IMRIS Competitors, Revenue, Alternatives and Pricing
Estimated Revenue & Financials
- IMRIS's estimated annual revenue is currently $48.7M per year.
- IMRIS's estimated revenue per employee is $251,000
- IMRIS's total funding is $36.8M.
- IMRIS has 194 Employees.
- IMRIS currently has 1 job openings.
What Is IMRIS?
About IMRIS IMRIS provides fully integrated image guided therapy solutions that deliver timely information to clinicians for use during surgical or interventional procedures. Our solutions incorporate magnetic resonance imaging and fluoroscopy into multi purpose surgical suites for specific medical applications. Our products are sold globally to hospitals that deliver clinical services to patients in the neurosurgical, interventional neurovascular and cardiovascular markets. All IMRIS systems are designed to address important needs of patients, clinicians and hospitals. Patients The patient does not need to be moved for imaging during the course of a surgical or interventional procedure with IMRIS systems. This saves time and avoids potential safety risks associated with moving the patient. Clinicians IMRIS systems are designed to enhance the workflow of the clinical team. High resolution imaging information is available rapidly and presented in a manner designed to enhance clinician efficiency and effectiveness. In addition, since the patient is not moved for imaging, the patient can be maintained in the optimal position and clinicians are afforded unrestricted access to the patient. Hospitals The VISIUS Surgical Theatre design permits greater utilization of the MR equipment by allowing the MR scanner to be shared by one or more clinical suites and an adjacent diagnostic room. Our mission is to provide image guided therapy solutions that enhance the quality of clinical procedures and improve outcomes for patients. Through our ongoing investment in research and development we are committed to broadening our product portfolio with solutions to address additional medical applications.keywords:Medical Devices