FUJIFILM Medical Systems announced today that the medical imaging and informatics division has secured the number one overall medical equipment vendor – ‘Best in KLAS’ – in the '2012 Best in KLAS Awards: Medical Equipment & Infrastructure' report, edging out the three year incumbent. The research firm KLAS independently evaluates vendor and product performance through the active participation of thousands of healthcare organizations and products. Contributing to Fujifilm’s number one ranking was customer feedback and ratings on each product’s functional strengths.
“Over the years, we have worked hard to provide outstanding customer service, superior image quality and reduced dose for our partner’s patients”, says Yoshitaka Nakamura, Vice President, of Modality Solutions for Fujifilm. “We are very proud that our customers have acknowledged these efforts and are realizing the benefits of our relationships. We promise that our continued dedication to our customers and their patients will not waiver. ”
The company’s portfolio has rapidly expanded over the past two years and offers a variety of digital X-ray solutions including flat panel detectors, Direct Radiography (DR) room replacements and mobile systems designed to meet the varying needs of its customers; many of which received high rankings in their respective areas in this year’s KLAS report.
In addition to winning the coveted ‘Best in KLAS’ award for medical equipment, the company was also recognized with an impressive number one or two ranking in four digital X-ray categories. Awards Include:
'2012 Best in KLAS Awards: Digital X-ray-Mobile' for the FCR Go.
#1 - '2012 Best in KLAS Awards: Other Medical Equipment' in the Single-plate and Multi-plate Computed Radiography categories for the Carbon X/XL and XG5000.
#2 - '2012 Best in KLAS Awards: Digital X-ray' report for overall performance of DR equipment with the FDR D-EVO™ Suite.
“There’s a reason why our customers have selected Fujifilm as a leader in Digital X-ray,” said Rob Fabrizio, Fujifilm’s Senior Marketing and Product Development Manager, Digital Radiography Systems. “We have a solid line-up of Digital X-ray systems that deliver outstanding image quality and reliability backed by our firm commitment to service. The KLAS report confirms that Fujifilm is a major player in Digital X-ray market, and we plan to continue delivering systems to consistently meet and exceed customer expectations,” said Fabrizio.