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

with the needs of teleradiology in mind, the tele-RIS functionality comes in the form of a single (otherwise known as a global) worklist. As the name implies, the single worklist enables radiology groups that read for multiple facilities with disparate PACS to have a single view of all studies they need to interpret. Because all orders and information are driven to one RIS, it creates tremendous efficiencies by eliminating the need for repetitively logging in and out of multiple systems. Having a single platform to read from also aids radiologist workflow by enabling the use of just one integrated RIS/PACS/Reportingplatform, versus having to learn and use as many different systems as there are different hospitals being serviced.

Fujifilm has also added to the Managed Services model through the newly established partnership with Evolved Digital Solutions, Inc. Evolved's RIS customers are actively being converted to Fujifilm's RIS and the Managed Services model, thus assuring that they can gain value from advanced technology they need and expect from an established and growing organization. Just some of the capabilities that the Evolved base will now benefit from include scheduling, billing, mammography tracking, and greater flexibility in communicating with referring physicians.

"From the start Fujifilm has had a clear differentiator by designing Managed Services as a true business model for productivity and growth, and not just as a simple hosting and recovery service," said Yordy. "We're excited about our new capabilities and our strategic partnership, and expect that they will continue to foster the unprecedented growth we've been experiencing."

During the past year the company has expanded the data center two and a half times its original size, and new customer growth is up 130 percent over the previous 12 months. Additionally, bandwidth has been increased ten times to speed the delivery of studies
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