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Fuji lands hospital as site for Synapse PACS product

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Fuji lands hospital as site for Synapse PACS productFuji Medical Systems USA has taken the next step in its quest to become a full-line PACS vendor with the signing of a beta-site agreement with the Hospital of Saint Raphael in New Haven, CT.

Fuji lands hospital as site for Synapse PACS product

Fuji Medical Systems USA has taken the next step in its quest to become a full-line PACS vendor with the signing of a beta-site agreement with the Hospital of Saint Raphael in New Haven, CT. Saint Raphael will serve as the first installation for Fuji's Synapse PACS network, which the Stamford, CT, vendor rolled out last year (

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Fuji is developing Synapse as an enterprise-wide image and information management system, and Saint Raphael hopes the installation will help the hospital develop an electronic patient record. Saint Raphael already has experience as a Fuji computed radiography site, and the hospital's proximity to Fuji headquarters will facilitate the R&D process, Fuji said.

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