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Fujifilm Sees Significant Growth of Managed Services Business
Date:11/30/2008

CHICAGO, Nov. 30 /PRNewswire/ -- Today at the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) Annual Meeting, Fujifilm Medical Systems USA announced that it has expanded its Synapse Managed Services capabilities to now include RIS hosting and tele-RIS capabilities.(1) The company has also established a partnership with Evolved Digital Solutions, Inc., Brentwood, Tenn., and will provide hosted RIS and off site archiving to their customers. These new developments are expected to further bolster the growth of Fujifilm's successful and rapidly growing Managed Services business unit.

True to its name, Managed Services was designed to enable Fujifilm to manage Synapse(R) PACS and its related IT functions, freeing facilities to fully concentrate on the delivery of care. The comprehensive Managed Services offering -- which originally comprised a set of turnkey, high-reliability solutions including software, system management, PACS hosting and disaster recovery -- now also includes RIS hosting, making Fujifilm the first major vendor to have this complete package. Made possible through the innovative use of virtualization technology, Fujifilm's RIS hosting is providing benefits for both existing and new Synapse Managed Services customers.

"With the addition of RIS hosting we can now deliver new opportunities for existing customers who are currently performing distributed diagnosis, as well as dramatically decrease start-up time and expense for new radiology group customers who want to maintain their focus on providing quality patient care," explained Reynold Yordy, Fujifilm's Business Manager, Managed Services. "Additionally, by leveraging the latest in virtualization technology, we've been able to speed deployment, increase system availability, and provide a more eco-friendly environment by reducing power consumption."

Tele-RIS services are another new addition to Synapse Managed Services. Designed particularly
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