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Synapse PACS

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Back when we created Synapse, there was nothing like it. Because while other companies were building their PACS by modifying existing technologies, Fuji took a different approach.

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Compatible with

  • XenApp 6.5

Compatibility

  • Citrix Virtual Apps (XenApp)

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Back when we created Synapse, there was nothing like it. Because while other companies were building their PACS by modifying existing technologies, Fuji took a different approach. We looked at where healthcare providers were going and the challenges they would be facing. For instance, hospitals were joining forces into groups and delivery networks to provide economies of scale. These new hospital groups couldnt replace all their existing information systems; it wouldnt be economical. And, to add another layer of complexity, hospitals depend on private Radiology Groups to read their studies, and these could be different from facility to facility. The best PACS would need to accommodate multiple physical locations with disparate RIS and HIS systems with multiple Radiology reading groups across the facilities in an enterprise. Synapse was the first PACS to address all of these needs and more.

Synapse was the first PACS to accomplish this extraordinary degree of functionality for single or multi-site PACS. The same exact Synapse code that runs a 30,000 exams per-year outpatient imaging center can run a multi-server, multi-site configuration with greater than a million exams a year. Now thats scalable.

We set the standard when we built Synapse. And the technological leap we took is making good on all the extraordinary promises of PACS. But Synapse can do even more for you. And it will. Were hard at work making that happen in ways you can not even imagine... yet.

Back when we created Synapse, there was nothing like it. Because while other companies were building their PACS by modifying existing technologies, Fuji took a different approach.