Our Customer Stories
Read why hospitals around the country chose Fujifilm's digital radiography products to elevate their patient care and team's performance to the next level.
Hackensack University Medical Center treats a wide array of patients with unique needs—from premature babies and children to elderly and bariatric patients. That's why finding DR solutions that capture high-quality images quickly at a gentle dose was a top priority.
At Adventist Health White Memorial, digital radiography that provides high quality images at low dose is a lifesaving tool throughout the hospital.
Driscoll Children's Hospital with leading digital X-ray capabilities was only missing one solution: a long-length DR detector that could bring a single exposure capture with high quality images at low dose.
After 11 years with Fujfilm's CR, Androscoggin Valley Hospital upgraded to DR detectors, captalizing on the latest functionality to maximize imaging efficiency and ROI.
Scottsdale Medical Imaging (SMIL) realized a compelling business need to convert from CR to DR due to passage of the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2016, which mandates conversion to DR as a condition for maintaining full Medicare reimbursement rates.
East Texas Medical Center (ETMC) has been a Fujifilm customer since 2007, when it converted to CR and Fujifilm Synapse® PACS. More recently, ETMC has been engaged in converting different areas of the hospital from CR to digital radiography (DR).
Radiation dose is one of the top concerns in imaging today, and since younger patients are the most vulnerable, reducing dose in pediatric imaging is especially important.
Kari Kunze, Radiology Supervisor at Children’s Hospital and Medical Center, knew that bringing Mobile DR into the NICU could change the quality of Children's neonate care.
Replacing CR systems with Fujifilm’s FDR Go have allowed technologists to save 10-12 minutes on every image acquisition, and study repeat rates have dropped from 8% to 4.2% - saving time, unnecessary cost and radiation exposure to patients and staff.
Via Christi Health Hospital’s comprehensive dose management program encompasses all ionizing radiation modalities including digital radiography.
The Radiology Services team knew that advancements in digital radiography represented a significant re-birth of x-ray as a diagnostic modality.