News | Radiology Imaging | July 14, 2021

Fujifilm Launches Virtual Hospital to Showcase Comprehensive Healthcare Portfolio

The launch of the Virtual Hospital follows the completion of Fujifilm’s acquisition of Hitachi’s diagnostic imaging business, now called FUJIFILM Healthcare Americas Corporation, and the launch of Fujifilm's new Never Stop Innovating brand campaign

ujifilm's robust medical systems portfolio includes a comprehensive product lineup covering CT, MRI, fluoroscopy, digital radiography, women’s health, ultrasound, systems integration, endoscopy and endosurgery, enterprise imaging, assisted reproductive technology, cell culture media, cell therapy development, In-Vitro diagnostics (IVD), and investigational drug development

July 14, 2021 — Fujifilm announced the launch of the Fujifilm Virtual Hospital. The virtual hospital presents visitors with an interactive environment where they can view and learn about Fujifilm’s robust portfolio of healthcare solutions, and discover how the company’s diagnostic, treatment and research technologies advance the entire continuum of patient care. 

The launch of the Virtual Hospital follows the completion of Fujifilm’s acquisition of Hitachi’s diagnostic imaging business, now called FUJIFILM Healthcare Americas Corporation. Today, Fujifilm's robust medical systems portfolio includes a comprehensive product lineup covering CT, MRI, fluoroscopy, digital radiography, women’s health, ultrasound, systems integration, endoscopy and endosurgery, enterprise imaging, assisted reproductive technology, cell culture media, cell therapy development, In-Vitro diagnostics (IVD), and investigational drug development. 

“With a steadfast mission to never stop innovating for a healthier world, Fujifilm continues to make major strides in expanding our depth and breadth in healthcare, catering to the evolving needs of healthcare professionals and our patients,” said Hidetoshi Izawa, Vice President of Modality Solutions and In-Vitro Diagnostics at FUJIFILM Medical Systems U.S.A., Inc., and Executive Vice President of Business integration at FUJIFILM Healthcare Americas Corporation. “As our ways of interacting continue to evolve as a result of COVID-19, our Fujifilm Virtual Hospital creates a unique experience to introduce our full portfolio of solutions and services, access clinical and educational content and understand the interconnectivity of our healthcare solutions.”

On the initial opening of the Fujifilm Virtual Hospital, a helpful pop-up with instructions will help visitors navigate a self-guided tour of the Virtual Hospital. Visitors can also request a virtual or in-person demonstration to learn more about specific offerings by clicking on contact us on any of the product detail pages. 

Users can explore the interactive Fujifilm Virtual Hospital today by clicking here

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