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At Fujitsu we create strong partnerships with our customers, enabling us to work together to find innovative solutions to business challenges. Take a look at our complete list of case studies to find out more about how we can help your business.

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  • Workplace Anywhere helps Carea improving productivity and enhancing patient care
    Carea wanted to upgrade its old Windows XP desktops for an improved user experience and a more flexible working environment that would allow users to access patient records securely from any device.
  • Lean IT Consulting helps to streamline surgery processes at Hôpital Montfort
    Hôpital Montfort wanted to transform its surgical department, considered as the core of its activities. It started with the goal to improve processes within its orthopedic department to enhance the patient journey, reduce costs and increase the quality of life for its staff.
  • Frontier Science relies on Fujitsu M10 servers and ETERNUS DX200 storage for data processing and medical research
    Frontier Science has implemented multiple Fujitsu M10-4 and M10-1 servers at several sites. It has also installed Fujitsu ETERNUS DX200 storage solutions at each location. These include production systems as well as segregated development and testing systems.
  • Emory Healthcare partners with Egenera and Fujitsu
    Emory Healthcare partners with Egenera and Fujitsu
  • Shorter patient registration times and highly accurate medical records with PalmSecure at The George Washington University Medical Center
    The standard method for registering patients was time consuming and did not adequately verify their identities, insurance information, or prevent redundancies or duplicates. The Fujitsu Med-Serv 50 Kiosk, which features the PalmSecure™ biometric solution, was selected by MFA.
  • Swedish Medical Center
    Since 1910, Swedish Medical Center has been a hallmark for excellence in healthcare. With over 70 clinics and four hospital locations, Swedish is the largest, most comprehensive, nonprofit healthcare provider in the Greater Seattle area. Swedish is not just about facilities, research and new techniques, it’s about people coming together to provide the most compassionate care possible. From nurses and physicians, to social workers and dietitians, the dedicated team at Swedish Medical Center is defining, on a personal level, what excellence really means. In fact, in an independent research study conducted by the National Research Corp., Swedish is consistently named the area’s best hospital, with the finest doctors, nurses and overall care in a variety of specialty areas.
  • Pediatric Associates of Richmond, Inc.
    Doctors need all the critical information they can obtain when treating a patient, but too often data is trapped in filing cabinets and disparate systems that can't be easily accessed when needed the most. Pediatric Associates of Richmond, Inc. (PAR), with thirteen doctors, four nurse practitioners, two office locations and thousands upon thousands of documents, was looking for an Electronic Health Records (EHR) management solution for their pediatric practice that would do just that – help to improve the quality of patient care and safety.
  • MaxxVault
    Parker Jewish Institute for Health Care and Rehabilitation, located in New Hyde Park, New York, is a highly acclaimed non-profit that offers inpatient short term rehabilitation, sub-acute care and nursing home care, as well as a comprehensive network of community health care services. The range and excellence of adult health care and rehabilitation programs developed by the innovative professionals of the Parker Jewish Institute enable men and women to move within a comprehensive network of services geared to each stage of recovery, as well as individual and family needs.
  • Hospice of Florida Suncoast
    In 1977, the Hospice of the Florida Suncoast was born out of the vision of an exceptional group of people who realized the value of hospice care and wanted it for their families and neighbors. Today, the Hospice is the nation's largest not-for-profit, community-based provider of hospice and palliative care. Located in Clearwater, FL with over 1,500 employees, their vision and mission still remains the cornerstone of their work and organizational soul: help each person in their community find quality of life. Toward that goal, they are constantly adding new programs, advancing hospice practices and spearheading internal technology implementations to meet the changing needs of their community. In fact in 1997, The Hospice began the development of a software product called Suncoast Solutions that serves as the electronic health record for Hospice patients. One in four hospice patients across the country receive care by a program using Suncoast Solutions.
  • Colorado Center for Photomedicine
    Dr. David Verebelyi is the founding physician and Medical Director of The Colorado Center for Photomedicine, located south of Denver in Highlands Ranch, CO. The Center serves the needs of more than 3,000 patients and acts as a regional hub providing light based medical and aesthetic procedures within the dermatology field. Having grown steadily since its opening in 2005, Dr. Verebelyi designed his practice from its inception to be a virtually paper-less operation by leveraging the latest in electronic medical record (EMR) and document scanning technology. In order to operate efficiently in the billing office while providing quality clinical care, they rely on technologies designed by Fujitsu and PatientNow.
  • Cornerstone Health Care
    Electronic Health Record (EHR) systems have demonstrated their ability to improve the quality of patient care and safety. Healthcare institutions, both small and large, that have implemented an EHR system have also experienced the financial benefits that come along with it. Additionally, recent developments, including President Bush's public support for a National Health Information Infrastructure, are supporting a shift by medical groups towards the widespread use of information technology to improve care and reduce costs. It’s no wonder that more and more organizations are looking to Electronic Health Records to automate and streamline the clinician's workflow.
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    This page contains all the Case Studies for Government, Manufacturing, Healthcare and Transportation and Travel that are stored in PDFs
  • Rush Memorial Hospital Selects ETERNUS SAN for Great Expandability
    In 1892, Dr. John Sexton founded the first hospital in Rushville, one of the first in Southern Indiana. The present Rush Memorial Hospital was then opened in 1950 and has since undergone a series of extensions.