Fujifilm India to install 1,000 Computer Radiography across India to improve healthcare infrastructure
Mumbai : Fujifilm India Private Ltd., a leader in medical equipments and devices to install 1,000 Computer Radiography across India with a commitment to improve healthcare infrastructure in India Fujifilm India signs contract with KRSNAA Diagnostics Pvt Ltd for the digitalization of 1,000 X-Ray Setups across the country covering even the remote locations in a span of 2 years with its state of the art diagnostic and imaging systems
Fujifilm India has signed a contract with Pune based KRSNAA diagnostics Pvt Ltd, a leading diagnostic player in the PPP (Private Public Partnership) sector to install 1,000 Computer Radiography across India. The objective is to convert 1,000 X-Ray setups from analog to digital so that patients can get immediate reporting through teleradiology. The installation of Fujifilm's state of the art Computer Radiography equipment will not just reduce reporting time but also enable enhanced image quality aiding in better diagnosis and care thereby saving precious lives. The first phase of execution in Assam will be over by February 15, 2017 while the overall project completion will be in 2 years from now.
Commenting on the association, Yasunobu Nishiyama, managing director, Fujiflm India Pvt Ltd., said, "This marks a new chapter in Fujifilm's initiatives to expand and strengthen it's presence in the Indian Healthcare industry. This deal is much in line with our constant endeavour to provide superior healthcare experiences to our customers and patients. For the next 2 years, Fujifilm India will be working closely with KRSNAA Diagnostics to install our state of the art FCR Prima and Fujifilm imager DRYPIX."
Talking about the company's objective behind entering into this deal, Chandrashekhar Sibal, executive vice president, Fujiflm India said, "Our endeavour is to provide best services in the remotest areas across the country through digitalisation of X-Rays enabling better image quality at the lowest X-ray dose. This would help improve efficiency and quality of X-ray reporting resulting in faster and more accurate diagnosis. Our designs are compact, easy-to-operate and provide high quality outputs with minimum efforts."