Dr Senasi to share clinical insights in Fujifilm partnership

Fujifilm Healthcare UK was gold sponsor at the International Imaging Congress at London Olympia in October 2023, chaired by Dr Ramdas Senasi. The event brought together industry members from radiology, oncology and pathology to explore the future of UK healthcare. Many themes were explored, but one consistent theme ran throughout: how industry, clinicians and technology can continue to be more patient-centric in their aims and output.

Fujifilm demonstrated technology such as the FDR Cross hybrid imaging device combining fluoroscopy and radiography, the Ultra-Portable Diagnostics Car, the Arietta 850 ultrasound solution featuring DeepInsight AI to help enhance image quality, as well as synergies between Synapse 3D, the company’s healthcare IT platform designed for surgery enhancement, and the Arietta 850 and RVS.

Allan Elborn and Dr Ram Senasi
Fujifilm’s Allan Elborn and Dr Ram Senasi.

Fujifilm Healthcare UK and Dr Senasi announced a new strategic partnership at the congress, bringing together nearly 90 years of medical imaging expertise from Fujifilm with Dr Senasi’s thought leadership and interest in how technology can democratise healthcare and change the lives of patients. Dr Senasi, known as ‘Ram’, is a fellow of The Royal College of Radiologists and a member of the Royal College of Surgeons, having originally received specialist radiology training in Yorkshire and completing his fellowship at Alberta Children’s Hospital, Calgary, Canada. He will provide clinical insights across Fujifilm’s portfolio of healthcare solutions, but more specifically across his areas of expertise in radiology including the benefits of open MRI with systems such as the Oasis Velocity. By utilising Dr Senasi’s clinical experience and insights, Fujifilm says it hopes to continue developing its healthcare solutions to support healthcare professionals, creating new ways of working, increasing efficiencies and helping to address staff shortages.

Published on page 5 of the February 2024 issue of RAD Magazine.

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