Fujifilm Medical Systems shared its complete line of Synapse technologies with attendees at the recent Society for Imaging Informatics in Medicine (SIIM) 2016 Annual Meeting.

Fujifilm’s Synapse 5 PACS technology, which received FDA 510(k) clearance in February, was designed with productivity improvement and accuracy in mind. Featuring server-side image visualization, the PACS technology also provides a zero-download viewer that delivers a browser-independent desktop experience to clinicians. Requiring reduced bandwidth, Synapse 5 allows for large data set reading, such as breast tomosynthesis.

The vendor’s Synapse VNA can help health care providers transition to value-based care by increasing secure access to and management of the patient’s medical record. Capable of managing both DICOM and native non-DICOM data, the Synapse VNA provides access to imaging content from many specialty clinical departments.

“Fujifilm believes that the suite of best of breed informatics solutions is just the type of innovation health care providers need to achieve performance, security, and quality,” says Bill Lacy, vice president of the company’s medical informatics business.

For more information about these technologies, visit Fujifilm.