Business is mainly focused on diagnosis support, and globally offers medical equipment, endoscopes, and ultrasound diagnostic equipment that provide high accuracy while also providing medical-use picture archiving and communications systems (PACS) that can promote the efficient use of diagnostic images.
Succeeding first in the domestic manufacture of X-ray films, the Company has entered the medical field. In 1981, the Company developed Fuji Computed Radiography (FCR), a diagnostic imaging system that realized the digitalization of X-rays for the first time in the world, and has maintained high market share in the CR field. On the other hand, the Company provides a variety of proprietary and patient-friendly products in digital radiography (DR) using its advanced image processing technologies.
Centering on scopes and processors — endoscopes inserted through the mouth or nose — the Company also provides such related products as lavage / sterilize systems and treatment devices.
In March 2012, the Company has made a U.S.-based manufacturer of bedside and point-of-care ultrasound diagnostic equipment named SonoSite a consolidated subsidiary. Fujifilm is proceeding with its business especially on hand-carried types, which have a large growth rate among the ultrasound diagnostic business.
Medical use picture archiving and comunications systems(PACS) is a system that can efficiently provide necessary image information to doctors as well as archiving massive amounts of image data took from different types of radiography equipment. The Company's PACS SYNAPSE has a top market share in Japan.