The way we bring everything together is what sets Synapse apart.
With 16 years of industry leading experience, our TeraMedica Division remains independently focused on advancing VNA technology and interoperability, while leveraging FUJIFILM healthcare’s experience.
Other PACS vendors misleadingly use the term "vendor neutral archive" to identify the core of their product - the component that is used to reliably manage, store, retrieve, and query medical images and related information.
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For a true, independent VNA, you have to go to the original source: TeraMedica.
Developed in Rochester, MN, perfected in Milwaukee, WI. Not only "Vendor Neutral," but "Architecture Neutral", "PACS Neutral," and "Third-Party Neutral." Able to handle all clinical content.
The TeraMedica VNA:
- Manages all enterprise clinical imaging content, including DICOM and non-DICOM
- Provides the most scalable single storage solution available
- Secures and enables control of all image data with advanced organizational and
Image Life Cycle Management tools
- Connects imaging content from more specialty clinical areas, spanning all enterprise imaging,
moreso than any other system
- Allows for a single patient-centric view across the entire continuum of care
Ideally, a VNA is an archive developed on an open architecture that can be easily migrated and/or ported to interface to another vendor’s viewing, acquisition, and workflow engine. This solution should comprehensively manage all medical images, DICOM and non-DICOM, and related information.
That’s what Synapse VNA from TeraMedica can do for you. Capture, store, manage, and view diagnostic images and patient data with a single centralized solution. Built on enterprise-class technology, Synapse VNA will transform your operations, help achieve Meaningful Use and deliver patient-centric care. Increase diagnostic confidence while getting a bigger return on your EHR investment.
We’re an industry leader in both DICOM and native non-DICOM image management, and the time is right to make us part of your strategic future — experience matters. Choosing a VNA and other medical informatics solutions from the vendor with over 50 years of image content management experience creates financial and operational harmony.
Learn more about our medical informatics solutions:
Synapse PACS, its collaboration features will be the focus this HIMSS, including enhancements to Synapse Communications, full tomosynthesis reading features, unique Synapse Commonview sharing capability for outside and cloud study transfers, and integration capabilities with other radiology and EHR vendors to optimize workflow.
Synapse 3D, access advanced visualization tools, optimized workflow and full integration with Synapse PACS.
Synapse RIS, a full-featured, workflow management system that is fully integrated with Synapse PACS. It features template scheduling, patient portal, business intelligence analytics and has complete EHR certification for Meaningful Use in radiology.
Synapse Cardiovascular, capabilities and tools that help streamline workflow, graphical user interface, image review, and reporting for a variety of cardiac areas.
Synapse Mobility, our enterprise viewer has a full suite of collaboration tools and embedded cloud based image sharing that allows you to access patient information anytime, anywhere from a variety of platforms.
Connect with a Fujifilm Representative
"There are some unique features of Fujifilm Synapse application that were a big plus for us. In fact, we refer to it as the secret sauce."
- Ann Jewell, IT Team Leader, Diagnostic Imaging Lee Memorial Health System
"The VNA improved our efficiency as well as our ability to retrieve studies and archived digital objects like radiotherapy treatment pans. The VNA lowered our staff costs in management of discrete separate archiving systems, decreased our capital costs by allowing us to leverage our existing SAN for DICOM and non-DICOM objects, and increased the quality of our patient care by increasing access to previous studies and plans. Anything we can do to improve efficiency and simultaneously improve the quality of healthcare while bringing down the costs is important to us."
- Peter Balter, M.S., PhD., Medical Physicist, University of Texas, M.D. Anderson Cancer Center