From Feb. 29 - Mar. 4, FUJIFILM Medical Systems U.S.A., Inc. showcased their solutions in Las Vegas at the Sands Convention Center for the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society's 2016 conference. This yearly meeting of healthcare innovation had a lot to offer. Visitors viewed new technologies, attended events and lectures, and learned about a wide range of medical and health IT topics. Interoperability was a key trend found throughout the many events and exhibits at HIMSS16. The TeraMedica Division of FUJIFILM Medical Systems U.S.A., Inc. was the perfect example of this important movement.
If you missed a chance to see our new Synapse® VNA Solution, read on to learn about our latest groundbreaking technologies that were featured at HIMSS16.
Each year comes with a new set of trends for healthcare providers that are evident during the HIMSS conference. This year's gathering was no different. Major topics ranged from women in health IT to fitness trackers, HIT security, innovation and interoperability. Attendees browsed the show floor to see the thousands of innovative new ideas and products emerging in the healthcare marketplace.
Guests had the chance to attend industry presentations and networking opportunities. The closing speaker, Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning, was a huge hit as he talked with Carolina Panthers NFL physician Robert A. Heyer, M.D.
While big stars and industry experts were lauded at the conference, more crowd pleasers could be found in the Exhibit Hall from March 1-3 as healthcare professionals mingled and sought health IT information and demonstrations.
Interoperability at HIMSS16
The healthcare conference defined interoperability as the ability to exchange and interpret shared data via systems and devices. Many of the exhibits and products at the 2016 Las Vegas conference were meant to further interoperability by making HIPAA compliance easier and more efficient than ever. Fujifilm is at the forefront of these companies, offering a variety of products that provide secure options for storing and sharing clinical data.
The TeraMedica Division at HIMSS16
Fujifilm's healthcare IT portfolio continues to expand to provide more robust services for clinical IT professionals. HIMSS16 visitors could view Synapse VNA 6.0, the latest version of its clinical archive solution. This technology helps healthcare providers archive and distribute image information across all modalities and specialties. The solution is flexible and scalable, effortlessly connecting the imaging enterprise.
Dax Ewbank, Enterprise Solutions Architect at INTEGRIS Health, shared how Synapse VNA helped the company eradicate system downtimes:
"As we were able to consolidate and re-architect our PACS with Synapse VNA as a solid foundation, it made management of PACS a lot easier, a lot more purposeful and we no longer experience infrastructure-related downtimes."
HIMSS16 attendees could sign up for product demonstrations to learn more about Synapse VNA. Visit our website if you did not make it to the conference or are looking for more information on this and other products.
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