Healthcare IT case studies
Boston Children's Hospital, the nation's top pediatric facility for the fifth consecutive year according to U.S. News & World Report, needed new ways to support its subspecialized pediatric physicians. The answer lay in a robust 3D solution that, when used in innovative ways, enhanced care collaboration and inspired a new tier of clinical confidence.
North Memorial Health needed to streamline its cardiac imaging and reporting access and was searching for a single-vendor solution that could meet all its needs. Coincidentally, North Memorial was already working with the vendor that could make this vision a reality. The vendor offered to collaborate with the health system to bring this next-generation PACS technology to life.
At Tuality Healthcare, high-quality care delivery is a 24/7 job. Its providers needed a solution that supported this reality. By implementing the right enterprise viewer, Tuality improved clinical workflows and communication and has since made the solution available to more than 300 providers across the state of Oregon.
The American College of Radiology partnered with Fujifilm in 2009 to enhance training capabilities at its Education Center. To date, over 13,000 radiologists have improved their practice with the help of hands-on experience using Fujifilm's Synapse® PACS in ACR's training programs.
State University of New York Downstate Medical Center (SUNY Downstate) in Brooklyn, NY, achieves enhanced collaboration, a consolidated, automated and image-enabled EMR, and improved patient experience with the help of Fujifilm's Synapse® Enterprise Imaging solutions.
In an effort to streamline operations and automate processes such as administrative workloads, Southwest Diagnostic Imaging engaged Fujifilm’s Synapse® RIS to implement concepts and ideas through new application programming interfaces (API) that weren't available previously. The software has proven to be a game changer by allowing self-check in for patients, easy scheduling and seamless integration of patient records.