Epsilon Imaging and Fujifilm to collaborate on Synapse Cardiology PACS improvements.

Medical Devices

Epsilon Imaging and Fujifilm Medical Systems are to collaborate on expanding the echocardiographic analysis and monitoring capabilities of Synapse Cardiology PACS, Fujifilm's next generation, secure server-side rendering technology that has the tools to help streamline image review and reporting across all cardiovascular modalities. Epsilon Imaging's EchoInsight can now be embedded within Fujifilm's Synapse Cardiology PACS to enhance, standardize, and streamline interpretation and reporting of echocardiography studies.

Eric Sieczka, President and CEO of Epsilon Imaging, said: "We are excited to partner with Fujifilm to integrate EchoInsight as a strain imaging and quantification solution for Synapse Cardiology PACS customers. Fujifilm is a leader in providing s innovative, best in class healthcare products to its customers. With EchoInsight embedded in Synapse Cardiology PACS, strain imaging can be easily integrated into cardiac programs and provide valuable insight into cardiac function analysis and monitoring. Ultimately, our goal is to assist clinicians to improve the patient continuum of care with increased confidence and efficiency."

“Epsilon Imaging and Fujifilm to collaborate on Synapse Cardiology PACS improvements. “

Vice President, Medical Informatics at Fujifilm Medical Systems, Bill Lacy, said: "Through continuous collaboration with our partners, customers, and across technologies, Fujifilm can arm healthcare providers with the best possible tools to improve patient outcomes. Our Synapse Cardiology PACS utilizes server-side rendering with a zero footprint platform to provide access to massive cardiology datasets with sub-second performance. Joining forces with Epsilon Imaging allows us to push the boundaries of our cardiology management solutions even further by offering additional diagnostic confidence, standardization and increased efficiency to our customers."

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