News | Enterprise Imaging | November 27, 2023

New Synapse product enhancements and integrations streamline workflows and patient engagement capabilities enterprise-wide

New Synapse product enhancements and integrations streamline workflows and patient engagement capabilities enterprise-wide

November 27, 2023 — Fujifilm Healthcare Americas Corporation, a leading provider of diagnostic and enterprise imaging solutions, will showcase its enhanced Synapse Enterprise Imaging portfolio in booth #1929 at the upcoming Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) conference held November 26 – 30 at McCormick Place in Chicago. Fujifilm brings relentless innovation to its Synapse portfolio to deliver a tailored user experience that enables clinical teams to support diagnostic accuracy and provide the highest level of patient care.

“Building on our deep expertise in enterprise informatics, our latest advancements to the Synapse portfolio will help deliver enhanced efficiency across imaging departments and improve outcomes for patients and staff,” says Bill Lacy, senior vice president, medical informatics, FUJIFILM Healthcare Americas Corporation. “We look forward to demonstrating our latest advancements and integrations at this year’s RSNA, as they illustrate our continued commitment to and investment in our enterprise imaging business, teams and technology.”

Synapse 7xis Fujifilm’s next-generation cloud-based enterprise imaging platform that unites data and imaging from radiology, mammography, cardiology, 3D and other specialties across the entire enterprise. Synapse 7x operates on server-side rendering technology that is hardware independent as well as cloud deployable. The solution was recently granted authority to operate on U.S. Department of Defense networks.

Fujifilm will showcase the following new specialty-specific features and benefits of Synapse 7x version 7.4 in booth #1929.

  • Synapse 7x has more than 50 new features designed to improve radiologistefficiencies,workflows, visualization, and fast access, many of which are a direct result of customer feedback and contributions, as well as technological and market evolutions.

Visitors will be able to experience a power worklist, viewer enhancements that span our series picker and PowerJacket, reading protocols, real-time worklist updates, and new AI algorithm integrations, all built on the latest technological foundations.

  • Cardiologistswill also experience the benefits of the Synapse 7x single diagnostic PACS platform with release version 7.4 in areas such as improved vessel diagram support and the inclusion of venous diagrams and filters and echo scoring diagram enhancements.

In addition, attendees can demonstrate Fujifilm’s AI-focused integration with Ultromics, which was developed to address workflow inefficiencies and transform cardiology. This technology integration will demonstrate how AI is revolutionizing the diagnosis of heart failure, including for preserved Ejection Fraction, and how AI adoption helps organizations reevaluate key benchmarks such as accuracy, precision, productivity, and processing times.

Synapse AI Orchestrator brings unprecedented AI insights directly within Synapse PACS workflows to seamlessly support healthcare providers – including algorithms from any vendor. The Synapse AI Orchestrator can support and manage multiple scans conducted on the same study, even asynchronously. The solution can prioritize studies based on findings with automated report population and notifications to care teams regarding critical results and facilitate unrestricted communication with Fujifilm partner vendors and academic research institutions. Healthcare organizations like Jefferson Einstein Hospital are experiencing these benefits.

Synapse Pathology is a comprehensive pathology PACS solution that streamlines case management through proprietary advances in image digitization to accelerate case turnaround time. The technology was acquired by Fujifilm in 2023 and is the only FDA-cleared pathology solution for primary diagnosis with multiple scanners. RSNA attendees can experience the technology that was recently adopted by nationally recognized healthcare organizations.

Synapse EIS/RIS is Fujifilm’s comprehensive radiology and enterprise-wide information system that streamlines workflows, supports care quality, and increases engagement throughout the entire patient care journey. Fujifilm will showcase upgrades to the system’s mobile optimized self-scheduling and native patient engagement functionality.

In addition to these new features, Fujifilm’s entire Synapse Enterprise Imaging portfolio will be available for demonstration, including:

  • Synapse Cloud provides a scalable and secure environment to host and manage the Synapse Enterprise Imaging portfolio. A cloud service provider since 2005, the company now offers both Fujifilm-owned data centers as well as support for the major public cloud companies.
  • Synapse Vendor Neutral Archive (VNA) seamlessly captures, stores, and manages all clinical images and content from every service line—regardless of the generating source, format type, or siloed storage system. This solution has ranked Best in KLAS for four consecutive years.
  • Synapse 3D brings efficient 3D rendered images and advanced visualization workflows to all Synapse users across multiple specialties including radiology, cardiology, and surgery
  • Synapse Analytics is Fujifilm’s cloud-based, data mining and extraction engine that serves as a single point of analysis for multi-server customers, enabling true business and imaging informatics intelligence for the entire organization.

To learn more and schedule your RSNA demonstration with Fujifilm, visit rsna.fujimed.com.

Find more RSNA23 conference coverage here


Related Content

News | HIMSS

February 29, 2024 — The Healthcare Information Management Systems Society, HIMSS, recently announced it HIMSS 2024 ...

Time February 29, 2024
arrow
News | Artificial Intelligence

February 28, 2024 — DeepHealth, one of the leading providers of radiology informatics and AI solutions, and Incepto ...

Time February 28, 2024
arrow
News | Radiology Business

February 28, 2024 — Royal Philips has announced the proposal to appoint Charlotte Hanneman as member of the Board of ...

Time February 28, 2024
arrow
News | Artificial Intelligence

February 27, 2024 — As artificial intelligence (AI) is increasingly used in radiology, researchers caution that it’s ...

Time February 27, 2024
arrow
News | Artificial Intelligence

February 26, 2024 — DeepHealth, Inc., one of the leading providers in healthcare radiology informatics, has today ...

Time February 26, 2024
arrow
News | Enterprise Imaging

February 26, 2024 — Hyland Healthcare, a leading global provider of intelligent content and enterprise imaging solutions ...

Time February 26, 2024
arrow
Feature | HIMSS | Christine Book

February 26, 2024 — This year’s Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society HIMSS Global Conference and ...

Time February 23, 2024
arrow
News | PACS

February 22, 2024 — aycan, a recognized leader in medical imaging, announced that Enspectra Health used aycan’s PACS ...

Time February 22, 2024
arrow
Feature | HIMSS | By Christine Book

February 22, 2024 — With just weeks to go before HIMSS 2024, the Global Conference and Exhibition of the Healthcare ...

Time February 22, 2024
arrow
News | Teleradiology

February 21, 2024 —Yellowcross Healthcare Commerce, a telemedicine practice management organization, launched a new ...

Time February 21, 2024
arrow
Subscribe Now