Fujifilm Medical signed contracts with Lee Health, Nemours Children’s Health System, Hackensack Radiology Group, Anderson Health System.

The contracts include Synapse 5 PACS, Synapse 3D, Synapse VNA, Synapse Mobility Enterprise Viewer and Synapse Cardiovascular.

Fujifilm has been contracted to expand Lee Health’s existing enterprise imaging solutions in its hospitals to include Synapse Cardiovascular, Synapse VNA, and Synapse Mobility Enterprise Viewer.

Nemours Children’s Health System, a non-profit pediatric health system has signed a contract with Fujifilm to replace its existing PACS with Synapse PACS, Synapse VNA, Synapse 3D, and Synapse Mobility Enterprise Viewer.

Hackensack Radiology Group is seeking a system with advanced server-side rendering capabilities for remote reading. Hackensack has placed an order to replace its legacy PACS system with Fujifilm’s Synapse PACS.

Anderson Health System has placed an order with Fujifilm to supply its Synapse PACS, Synapse CV, Synapse VNA and Synapse Mobility Enterprise Viewer.

Fujifilm Medical Systems U.S.A Medical Informatics vice president Bill Lacy said: “Lee Health, like so many of our customers who first successfully deployed Synapse PACS, are now growing their portfolio to include more Synapse technologies for a broader Enterprise Imaging strategy, which is a testament to their satisfaction with the brand and Fujifilm’s capabilities.

“We also look forward to becoming the long-term Enterprise Imaging partner of choice for three new healthcare facilities- Nemours Children’s Health System, Hackensack Radiology Group and Anderson Hospital-  all first time Synapse customers who are looking to take advantage of our innovative technology and leverage our deep experience in developing and deploying Enterprise Imaging.”

Fujifilm Medical Systems U.S.A, which is a subsidiary of Japan-based Fujifilm, provides diagnostic imaging products and medical informatics solutions to meet the needs of healthcare facilities.

Fujifilm Medical Systems U.S.A recently showcased FCT Embrace, which is claimed to be the world’s first 85cm wide bore computed tomography (CT) imaging unit with 64 or 128 slice configurations.