Fujifilm helps Western Health to share diagnostic images during COVID-19

Medical imaging informatics business Fujifilm Australia has worked with Melbourne's Western Health to expand its existing Synapse medical imaging and information management system to increase the number of connections between public hospitals and private radiology providers to help share the burden during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Synapse medical image sharing network has been operated in the region by Fujifilm Australia for over 10 years to connect rural health providers with medical experts from metropolitan hospitals. It allows radiology providers to share patient images with public hospitals in a fast and secure manner and replaces the requirement to physically transfer media such as CDs or DVDs.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: Fujifilm, Western Health

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