Technology | May 24, 2011

Fujifilm and Nuance Partner To Deliver Integrated Reporting Solution

May 24, 2011 - FujiFilm and Nuance Communications have partnered to sell Nuance’s dictation systerm to Fujifilm’s established base of radiology customers. In addition the companies have agreed to collaborate on product development, aiming to provide radiologists with higher quality, more consistent reports, created in less time.

With this new agreement in place, Fujifilm’s Synapse customers can expect two significant benefits. First, they will now be able to directly purchase PowerScribe 360, Nuance’s radiology speech recognition reporting platform. This simplifies the process for the purchase, implementation and service of radiology dictation systems. Secondly, radiologists can expect a truly integrated product offering when utilizing Nuance’s radiology reporting and communications platform with Fujifilm’s Synapse PACS and Synapse RIS. Facilities can benefit from a product that combines speech-enabled reporting, dictation and data analysis into one step versus three. Ultimately, efficiencies can be greatly enhanced, as can the quality of the reports that are being generated.

Nuance will be showing its PowerScribe 360 at SIIM 2011.

For more information: www.fujimed.com, www.nuance.com

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