Cernusco sul Naviglio, September the 6th, 2016 - Fujifilm will be present at the 47th National Congress of the Italian Society of Medical Radiology (SIRM), from 15 to 18 September 2016, with the entire portfolio of technological solutions for medical imaging.

There will be a large portion of the stand, in Hall nr. 6, dedicated to Synapse, the powerful informatic platform for the optimal management of diagnostic and clinical images, medical data and workflows. Thanks to the presence of numerous workstations, you’ll be able to experience a perfectly "connected” and "collaborative" business model, the key features to maximize the success in patient care.

In particular, the Synapse platform at the 47th SIRM Congress includes elements aimed for improving the collaboration between operators of healthcare organizations and to optimize information sharing and workflow: PACS and multidisciplinary workflow manager, the software suite for advanced viewing and processing of diagnostic images, the repository and universal viewer for all clinical imaging. In order to provide enterprise solutions to healthcare organizations, there will be present some additional innovative features such as self-service kiosks, able to increase the citizens’s empowerment, and 3D printing of some organs, evidence of Fujifilm's ability to improve clinical and surgical accuracy of the operators.

The Synapse experience will be further enhanced through the use of an innovative, web-based, digital tool, called "Synapse Digital Hub", officially launched during the Congress. The Digital Hub is designed to introduce the visitor into the universe of Synapse. Its navigation leads through the path of the platform and to the innovative elements that compose it, driving the user in the development of ad-hoc solutions, targeted to the specific needs of each healthcare organization. Available online, "Synapse Digital Hub" is also a tool for updating the players of the Healthcare market, with emphasis on the topics related to digitization and interconnection. Scenarios, ad-hoc researches, case studies and technology overviews are visible in the home page of the magazine, while more extensive reports can be downloaded for a deferred reading, even on the mobile devices.

Fujifilm booth - Hall No. 6, 656-661 stand

For information: Luana Porfido,