Enterprise Imaging Resource Center

Fujifilm's Enterprise Imaging Resource Center contains an expanding list of educational content, including videos, articles, whitepapers, and webinars, designed to help you refine your organization's enterprise imaging strategy. Discover how a comprehensive enterprise imaging strategy—enabled by the right technology—can help your organization achieve a more complete patient imaging record in your EMR.

Enterprise Imaging Videos

Fujifilm's Enterprise Imaging PortfolioFujifilm Enterprise Imaging Portfolio Video
Learn how a comprehensive enterprise imaging strategy, powered by the right IT solutions, empowers free and secure information sharing, real-time collaboration, and intelligent, proactive care.
REiLI: Artificial IntelligenceFujifilm Enterprise Imaging Portfolio Video
Discover how the Fujifilm artificial intelligence (AI) platform—powered by server-side informatics technology—will help healthcare providers impact patient care, improve workflows, and drive new research.
Synapse 5 PACSSynapse 5 PACS Video
With a focus on speed and interactivity, Synapse® 5 provides remarkable on-demand access to massive datasets and the ability to immediately interact with the data.

On-demand Webinars

Artificial Intelligence (AI) Adoption in Imaging and Informatics, and Why Infrastructure MattersArtificial Intelligence (AI) Adoption in Imaging and Informatics, and Why Infrastructure Matters
Explore the potential applications of AI in imaging and informatics, and learn how healthcare institutions should prepare now for the performance demands of an AI-enabled IT architecture.
Enterprise Imaging Strategy beyond Radiology
We explore how a comprehensive enterprise imaging strategy can help mitigate patient-record security risks and achieve dramatic cost savings and security enhancements.

Infographics/One Pagers

Fulifilm Enterprise Imaging One PagerFulifilm Enterprise Imaging One Pager
Receive a snapshot of the Synapse® Enterprise Imaging portfolio, and discover how each solution can break down the barriers between technologies and teams to allow for seamless information sharing.
Why it's time to consider a true vender-neutral archive (VNA)Snapse VNA infographic
Healthcare practitioners across the enterprise need seamless access to all clinical images to impact patient care. Download this infographic to discover why it's time to consider a true VNA.
Making measurable improvements in Radiology with Synapse RISSynapse RIS infographic
Radiology departments are overcoming their business demands using the Synapse RIS comprehensive informatics solution. Download this infographic to see how they're experiencing measurable gains and evolving their business.


Q&A: How Fujifilm's REiLI initiative is primed to transform radiologist workflowBill Lacy
Bill Lacy, FUJIFILM Medical Systems U.S.A., Inc. vice president of medical informatics, reviews artificial intelligence's impact on radiologist workflow and previews what the company has in store for the future.
Radiologists receive thorough, hands-on PACS trainingAmerican College of Radiology - Vinay Sandhir
Since 2009, the American College of Radiology has trained more than 13,000 radiologists using Synapse PACS in its Education Center.
Q&A: VNAs and ongoing trends in the enterprise imaging marketplaceGreg Strowig, vice president of the TeraMedica Division of Fujifilm
Greg Strowig, vice president of the TeraMedica Division of Fujifilm speaks to Synapse VNA and common mistakes healthcare organizations make with their enterprise imaging strategies.
Saving seconds, saving lives — Englewood Hospital Medical CenterEnglewood Hospital Medical Center - Toggle article
Englewood Hospital Medical Center's chief information officer discusses how Synapse VNA fit within an ambitious and massive medical records overhaul initiative, that could eventually help the organization save money, time, and lives.
Bill Lacy on why radiologist excitement is growing around Fujifilm's AI initiativeBill Lacy
Bill Lacy, FUJIFILM Medical Systems U.S.A., Inc. vice president of medical informatics, discusses the company's Artificial Intelligence Research Project and radiologists' evolving perspectives on the initiative.
What you need to know now about server-side renderingJoseph Marion
Joseph Marion, Principal of Healthcare Integration Strategies, a healthcare technology consultancy, discusses key trends for organizations offering a server-side rendering (SSR) solution.
Embracing value-based care: Radiologists are more than read, rinse, repeatEmbracing value-based care: Radiologists are more than read, rinse, repeat
Radiologists are facing pressure to reduce spending and move toward value-based care.
A Conversation with Greg Strowig, Vice President, TeraMedica Division of FUJIFILM Medical Systems U.S.A., Inc.A Conversation with Greg Strowig, Vice President, TeraMedica Division of FUJIFILM Medical Systems U.S.A., Inc.
Images, patient records and clinical visuals are only valuable if physicians can easily access them while reviewing the patient's EMR.

Case Studies

Spurred by Synapse, SUNY Downstate's EMR grows toward its full potentialSUNY Downstate Case Study
SUNY Downstate Medical Center in Brooklyn, NY, achieves enhanced collaboration, a consolidated, automated and image-enabled EMR, and improved patient experience with the help of Fujifilm's Enterprise Imaging solutions.
ACR trains rads using Synapse PACSACR Case Study
More than 13,000 radiologists have advanced their training using Synapse PACS at the American College of Radiology's Education Center.
Synapse Mobility Enterprise Viewer in a France-based oncology institute Toulouse Case Study
Putting the patient at the heart of its system, Institut Universitaire du Cancer de Toulouse (IUCT) chose to take the digital initiative, paving the way for new technologies by implementing Fujifilm's new mobile application, Synapse Mobility Enterprise Viewer.
RIS at Southwest Diagnostic ImagingSDI Case Study
Synapse RIS enables Southwest Diagnostic Imaging (SDI) to implement concepts and ideas through new application programming interfaces (API) that weren't available previously.
Vendor Neutral Archive (VNA) at Duke HealthJoseph Marion
Duke Health implemented the VNA to improve medical image storage and archive efficiencies and expand physician access and viewing of cross-departmental imaging.
Vendor Neutral Archive (VNA) at Indiana University HealthVendor Neutral Archive (VNA) at Indiana University Health
Recognizing a need for an overarching storage solution to manage image volume and improve patient care, leaders at IU Health sought to implement a VNA that could be scaled across the health system to improve efficiencies and decrease duplication of imaging services.


Fujifilm Enterprise Imaging eBrochureFujifilm Enterprise Imaging eBrochure
Explore how each solution within the Synapse® Enterprise Imaging portfolio can empower real-time collaboration while supporting a comprehensive enterprise imaging strategy.

Customer Testimonials

A careful RIS replacement emerges as a key business-builderCampbell County
Southwest Diagnostic Imaging (SDI), a 30-plus site based in Arizona, discusses how it addressed several issues with its old RIS system, which prevented SDI from expanding and growing its business.
An enterprise-wide upgrade at Campbell CountyCampbell County
Significant population growth led Campbell County to seek an improved Enterprise Imaging strategy. The organization's single-vendor upgrade addresses many pain points over legacy solutions.
In Boston, a 3D power user raises the bar for pediatric imagingBoston Children's Hospital
Staff neuroradiologist at Boston Children's Hospital and assistant professor of radiology at Harvard Medical School, Dr. Sanjay Prabhu discusses the power of Synapse 3D in pediatric imaging at Boston Children's Hospital's Advanced Image Analysis Lab.
Enterprise imaging spurs a bold vision of unparalleled care for countless kids in Northeast OhioNortheast Ohio
Learn how Enterprise Imaging (EI) with Fujifilm has enabled Akron Children's Hospital to impact patient care.
Installed a VNA? Your Enterprise Imaging Journey Has Only Just BegunYour Enterprise Imaging Journey Has Only Just Begun
Expanding Enterprise Imaging (EI) strategy in the healthcare setting with VNA at the core.
Highly Focused Conference Attendance Helps Main Street Radiology Improve Speed and CollaborationMain St Radiology
Lawrence Carl, MD of Main Street Radiology in Queens, NY has his finger on the pulse of today's most promising technologies to positively impact workflow and patient care.
Duke HealthDuke Health
It's important to gather the clinical leaders together when developing an enterprise strategy to have very straightforward and functional conversations about patient care.
Meriter Health ServicesMeriter Health Services
Physicians want a single point of access to look at the clinical documentation and images for their patients so they have a complete picture prior to discharge.
New South Wales Government HealthNew South Wales Government Health
Learn more about the challenges that large, complex organizations with disparate systems can face with EIR (VNA) implementations.
MD Anderson Cancer CenterMD Anderson
Improving efficiency and accuracy will simultaneously improve the quality of healthcare while bringing down the costs.
United Hospital System
Images need to be retained in their original form so they can be recalled and viewed in the original system that captured them.

RSNA 2018

Fujifilm's artificial intelligence focus at RSNA 2018RSNA 2018
Imaging Technology News interviewed Bill Lacy, vice president of medical informatics, at RSNA 2018 to explore how Fujifilm will incorporate artificial intelligence into Synapse PACS and the impact it will have on radiologist workflows.
Enterprise Imaging and Artificial Intelligence takeaways from RSNA 2018RSNA 2018
Fujifilm's Enterprise Imaging solutions help providers see the whole patient so they can treat the whole patient. Take a look into how our Medical Informatics and Artificial Intelligence innovations spurred collaboration at RSNA 2018 and beyond.