Fujifilm Medical Systems USA, a provider of diagnostic imaging solutions, has completed new contracts to boost diagnostic imaging capabilities at three healthcare systems in US.

These three exisiting customers will deploy Fujifilm’s imaging solutions, which include mobile DR systems (FDR Go), the latest DR detector (FDR D-EVO II), DR rooms (FDR Clinica Series of Components) and the latest mammography system called ASPIRE Cristalle with Digital Breast Tomosynthesis (DBT).

These devices are expected to offer enhanced diagnostic accuracy and patient experience.

Fujifilm Medical Systems USA. director of strategic marketing for digital radiography and women’s health Rob Fabrizio, said: “Fujifilm is thrilled to be the imaging partner for our longstanding health provider customers across the United States. With our wide range of offerings from digital radiography to enterprise imaging, customers continue to turn to Fujifilm when they need to add equipment to growing facilities or upgrade to the latest solutions.”

Fujifilm Medical Systems provided the devices to Assured Imaging LLC in Tucson, Arizona; Boston Children’s Hospital; and Christus Mother Frances Hospital in Texas.

A provider of mobile digital mammography in the US, Assured Image in June installed the first two ASPIRE Cristalle systems with 3D breast imaging at its imaging centres in Scottsdale of Arizona, and Los Lunas of, New Mexico. It plans to install five more units this year.

Boston Children’s Hospital, a 404-bed centre for pediatric health care, installed single exposure long length DR Detector, D-EVO GL with long-length panel and Virtual GridTM image processing software in May.

Christus Mother Frances Hospital – Tyler, a 402-bed acute care facility,  implemented six FDR Go’s with D-EVO II detectors and one additional detector in the CMFH-Jacksonville acute care hospital in June.