FUJIFILM showcases Aspire product line at Society of Breast Imaging conference

Published on April 8, 2013 at 1:01 AM · No Comments

Building upon its legacy of technological innovations and innovation awards, FUJIFILM Medical Systems U.S.A., Inc. - the pioneer in digital mammography - will showcase its Aspire product line at the Society of Breast Imaging conference in Los Angeles, CA from April 6-9, 2013.

“Fujifilm is committed to developing women's health care solutions that respond to the evolving needs of clinicians and patients”

"Fujifilm is committed to developing women's health care solutions that respond to the evolving needs of clinicians and patients", said David Hotchkiss, director of Product Marketing, Women's Health, FUJIFILM Medical Systems U.S.A., Inc. "The Aspire product line delivers image clarity and patient comfort, and is designed to maximize productivity throughout an entire mammography department. With Fujifilm, clinicians will acquire exceptional quality images in record time, improving workflow, and making confident diagnostic interpretations."

Fujifilm has been ranked #1 by KLAS and Frost & Sullivan for overall customer satisfaction and new product innovation, respectively. More than 9,000 worldwide facilities trust Fujifilm's full field digital mammography solutions, making it the most popular digital mammography system in the world. The Aspire product family is comprised of a full line of brilliantly innovative mammography products that meet the needs of any mammography suite including the new Aspire HD Plus, Aspire CRm, Aspire Stereotactic Biopsy, Breast Imaging Diagnostic Workstation and the 1 Shot Phantom M Plus QC toolkit.

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FUJIFILM Medical Systems U.S.A., Inc.

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