Fujifilm is demonstrating a number of its new advances in digital mammography technology at the 2013 annual meeting of the AHRA, the Association for Medical Imaging Management.
The company is attending the Minneapolis event this week to showcase new offerings such as Aspire HD Plus, an imaging solution with superior clarity that provides high detail of potential abnormalities, plus various image processing and enhancement tools.
“Fujifilm is attending the 2013 AHRA annual meeting and showcasing new mammography advances such as Aspire HD Plus.“
It also demonstrated the AWS Workstation system and sponsored a special symposium on digital radiography and accountable care, as well as a talk on maintaining a positive atmosphere in healthcare sector workplaces.
David Hotchkiss, director of marketing for Fujifilm Medical Systems' women's health CR division in the US, said: "At Fujifilm we develop mammography systems workstation solutions and advanced tools that help our customers provide quality care."
The company also took the opportunity to present digital radiography offerings such as FDR Go, the FDR D-EVO 24x30 flat panel detector and FDR-flex retrofit kits.See all the latest jobs in Medical Devices