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Fujifilm is Top of its KLAS

30.08.2012

Fujifilm is a pioneer in diagnostic imaging and information systems for healthcare, with a range of constantly evolving, clinically proven, products and technologies designed to assist medical professionals perform efficiently and effectively.  The company are proud to announce that they have been ranked the number one overall medical equipment vendor, ‘Best in KLAS’ in the 2012 ‘Best in KLAS Awards: Medical Equipment & Infrastructure’. The research company KLAS independently evaluates vendor and product performance through the active participation of thousands of healthcare organisations and their products.  Customer feedback and ratings on each product’s functional strengths contributed to Fujifilm securing the pole position. Commenting on the prestigious award, Mark van Rossum, General Manager of Fujifilm UK said: “We’re delighted to receive such positive feedback to our range of imaging products.  Fujifilm has always been dedicated to providing the best possible image from the best possible system, and our recognition throughout these awards clearly underlines our commitment to our customers and the imaging marketplace as a whole.” In addition to winning the coveted ‘Best in KLAS’ award for medical equipment, Fujifilm were delighted to be ranked first or second in four digital X-ray categories, including #1 in the Single-plate and Multi-plate Computed Radiography categories, and #2 for overall performance of DR equipment. Fujifilm’s portfolio has rapidly expanded over the past two years, and offers a variety of digital X-ray solutions including flat panel detectors, Direct Radiography (DR) room replacements and mobile systems designed to meet the varying needs of customers, the majority of which received high rankings in their respective areas in the 2012 KLAS report. For further information on Fujifilm’s range of imaging solutions, telephone 01234 326780. Fujifilm – pioneers in diagnostic imaging and information systems.

Topics:
  • Medical Systems