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FUJIFILM Reaches Industry Milestone With Most Widely Installed Synapse PACS System

29.01.2015
At the 100th annual meeting of the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA), FUJIFILM Medical Systems announced reaching an important milestone in Picture Archiving and Communication Systems (PACS) installations, having installed 4,000 Synapse PACS systems in healthcare facilities around the world. With this announcement, Fujifilm is now considered the most widely used medical informatics vendor and is the global leader among PACS. "This is a major accomplishment and defining moment," said Jim Morgan, vice president of Medical Informatics at FUJIFILM Medical Systems U.S.A., Inc. "Fujifilm is incredibly proud today as we reflect on the significant contributions our business has made to improving health across the globe." The cornerstone of Fujifilm’s integrated solution is Synapse PACS. Two main goals – enhanced communication and optimized productivity for radiologists in any imaging environment – were the impetus behind its development. New enhancements to Synapse PACS that were highlighted at RSNA include Synapse Communications. Synapse Communications feature Peer Review, Critical Results, Emergency Department Findings, and Fujifilm’s new Pulse for users to track all important study activities. At RSNA, Fujifilm also showcased the collaboration features accessible within Synapse PACS, including new mammography reading features, unique Synapse CommonView sharing capability for Multi-PACS environments and integration capabilities with other radiology and EHR third-party vendors to optimize workflow. Contact us today to experience Synapse PACS for yourself. Fujifilm UK office on 01234 326 708 or email us at medical_info(at)fuji.co(dot)uk 

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