How Healthcare IT helps in sharing and consume clinical information for the benefit of patients.

Thanks to Healthcare IT systems and IT infrastructure, it’s possible to access to clinical data everywhere, indipendently on where they are acquired.

Patients can contact and rely on the structure they consider best to meet their needs, enhancing the specialization of clinicians and diagnostic centers.
In this way the level of care and attention to the illness and to the patient can be kept high, without the need for movement of people and supports.
Thanks to the Interoperability of the systems, clinical specialists can access reports and images, regardless of the source system and the provider structure.

The technology that resides within a hospital structure not only allows the departments to connect, but particulary helps specialists to access patient information more quickly and uniformly.
When expanded on the territory, it allows users to make use of the information in a capillary way, guaranteeing an increase in communication efficiency, an enrichment of the patient's medical history and a greater diagnostic effectiveness.
Attention to Privacy and GDPR and the configurability of systems also allow further conscoiusness in private data accessability.
Last but not least, the technologies applied to medicine are increasingly elevating the analysis and high precision instrumentation.
Last but not least, the technologies applied to medicine are increasingly elevating the analysis and high precision instrumentation.
This digital archive, besides being useful for the patient, also allows an enrichment of scientific medical knowledge, thanks to the sharing of interest cases.

In this era during witch computer science enters so massively into clinical activity, the doctor has the possibility of giving a new value to the relationship of communication and dialogue with the patient.
In this way, the machine becomes a facilitator of communication in human interaction, leaving physicians and patients easier and safer access to data, always and everywhere.

In addition, digital technology is increasingly becoming a tool for translating into images and videos what the doctor intends to explain and make his client understand, making him a participant in the treatment and reassuring him of the path to take together.
Over the years, Fujifilm has taken part in every step of hospital digitalization, starting with the first web archiving system Synapse PACS in 1999.

Today it is present in various fields, from data archiving, to the definition of department workflows for better work efficiency, to 3D reconstruction diagnostic technologies, used by clinicians to prevent complications and better investigate specific pathologies.

Fujifilm promotes this culture in which technology pushes medicine into the future, allowing more and more patient and care to be left at the center of attention.