FUJIFILM Medical Systems U.S.A., Inc.

January 10, 2016 Industry Events, Interoperability

From February 29 through March 4, 2016, FUJIFILM Medical Systems U.S.A., Inc., and the TeraMedica Division of FUJIFILM Medical Systems U.S.A., Inc. will be exhibiting at the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society conference at the Sands Expo Convention Center in Las Vegas. You can find us at booth #1024, where we’ll be showcasing our Synapse VNA Solution, enterprise imaging technology that can transform your healthcare organization.

One of the trends you’ll hear about at HIMSS16 is interoperability. We are in the perfect to share our thoughts on this important term because our Synapse VNA® solution connects seamlessly with other systems.

What is interoperability? 
Over 1,300 exhibitors will join the show floor in Las Vegas to check out healthcare IT providers’ latest innovations. Fujifilm stands out because our VNA is unlike any other – it features true interoperability. Synapse is the leader in the VNA market due to the way it connects with multiple clinical IT environments, from RIS and HIS to EMR and PACS. Synapse VNA manages this data and communications with other programs to promote efficiency between departments, sites and facilities. Healthcare providers no longer need multiple programs to store, archive and transfer patient records and imaging – they can turn to Synapse VNA, which manages all these transactions while still maintaining the original quality of the data. Simplifying these interactions gives hospital and clinical staff more time to focus on fulfilling patient needs instead of managing paperwork.

Interoperability at HIMSS16
Chief Technology Officer of Stella Technology, Lin Wan, Ph.D., shared that over the past decade, healthcare organizations have concentrated on setting the groundwork for interoperability. VNAs place great emphasis on data security, messaging and transference. Achieving interoperability must be done in a manner that protects patient confidentiality as well as the healthcare provider. To truly utilize VNA systems to their full potential, electronic health record data exchange must be available everywhere.

Key healthcare players have been using VNA and other imaging solutions to contribute to providing improved patient outcomes, better ROI and also the creation of more robust health IT systems. Existing programs will evolve based on such information, transforming the way healthcare information is stored and shared.

Learning more about interoperability at HIMSS16 
If you want to see interoperability in action at HIMSS16, be sure to stop by Fujifilm’s booth #1024. Here you can view the latest ground-breaking technology changing the healthcare informatics industry. Learn more about our Synapse VNA Solution and see the leading storage, archiving and transfer program used by top hospitals across the U.S.

News brought to you by the TeraMedica Division of FUJIFILM Medical Systems U.S.A., Inc., an industry-leading VNA provider.