Diagnosis,prevention and treatment

In the 21st century, as people pay increasing attention to health and wellness, healthcare has become one of the world’s most important industries. Moreover, today people expect treatments and drugs to do more than merely cure ailments; they are looking for higher quality of life overall.

To meet the needs of this new era, Fujifilm has evolved into a comprehensive healthcare company, offering products in the fields of diagnosis, prevention and treatment. With its wide range of technologies and expansive vision, Fujifilm leverages the products, services, and hard-earned expertise of its entire Group to enhance the quality of life of people worldwide.

There are certain to be people, however, who are curious how a company that got its start in photographic film has expanded to offer diagnosis, prevention and treatment in the world of healthcare. In this article, we’ll explore the background of Fujifilm’s entry into this market and where the company is headed in the future.

Fujifilm entered the healthcare industry in 1936

Fujifilm’s engagement in healthcare began in the area of diagnostics. In 1936, Fujifilm marketed its first X-ray film. In 1983, Fujifilm introduced FCR, the world’s first digital X-ray diagnostic system. In 1999, the company introduced the SYNAPSE medical imaging and information management system. Fujifilm has a proud tradition of listening to users in pioneering advanced diagnostics technologies for use worldwide. Among doctors, diagnostic technicians, and other medical professionals, Fujifilm has become one of the best-known and most trusted brands.