Virtual Library

At a Glance

Welcome to the Virtual Library offering of continuing education credits for the Imaging and Radiology professionals. Learn more about state of the art medical imaging, and FUJIFILM products through our Online Learning Center presentations, tutorials, and visual materials. All of our curricula are approved for ARRT and CRA Category A credit (CE).

Access to FUJIFILM's Virtual Library is available by either purchasing an individual course or Companies can take advantage of the Group purchase of an annual subscription to receive cost effective group access to the content. Visitors to the site can preview the content before purchase. The CEU topics are focused on Digital X-ray, Women's Health and FUJIFILM's Synapse PACS products.

The entire library is open to those customers who participate in the Converted Days Program. If your site wishes to convert your remaining education days before the end of your initial installation year, please contact Virtual.Library@fujifilm.com.

The Women's Health library is available to customers who recently purchased a piece of Mammography Equipment from us.

If your site wishes to purchase access for groups that include Radiologic Technologists, Certified Radiology Administrators and other Imaging Professionals, please contact your local FMSU Sales representative or proceed to the Group Purchase selection.

New User Registration

For those Users who are new to the Virtual Library, you will need to register to gain access to the content found in the Virtual Library. There are three choices:

If you have a coupon for access, please select the appropriate one below:

If you wish to purchase individual courses select whether your facility currently has FUJIFILM Equipment or does not have FUJIFILM Equipment:

If you are a FUJFILM customer, your organization can purchase group access:


To contact us:

Call: 1-800-272-8465 or 1-888-FUJIMED
E-mail:virtual.library@fujifilm.com

Synapse Radiology

Synapse RIS

This course was designed to provide an overview of Synapse RIS that will be most helpful for the radiologic technologist and support staff members in the radiology department. After completing this course, the participant should have an understanding of the Synapse RIS structure, the medical record creation and navigating RIS.

"1 ARRT or CRA Category A credit approved by the AHRA".
Run time is approximately 1 hr.

Synapse Cardiovascular

This course will discuss the overall work-flow and features of Synapse Cardiovascular 4.0.6. The course will cover the various software settings, sections, tabs, information displayed and functional tools for image display and work-flow. Also, ways to launch the Synapse CV and use the functional tools to enhance image display, overall work-flow, and report creation will be addressed.

"1.5 ARRT or CRA Category A credits approved by the AHRA".
Run time is approximately 1.5 hrs.

Synapse 3D Basic Tools

The purpose of this course is to provide an overview of the Synapse 3D workflow and the tools that are most frequently utilized for 3D imaging.

"2 ARRT or CRA Category A credit approved by the AHRA".
Run time is approximately 1.5 hrs.

Synapse 3D - CT Coronary Artery Analysis

This course will cover the overview of Synapse 3D as it relates to Coronary Artery Analysis with CT and the workflow process. The process is reviewed from the transferal & launching of image series to the final Movie, Snap Shot and Report Creation.

"1 ARRT or CRA Category A credit approved by the AHRA".
Run time is approximately 1 hr.

Synapse 3D - Advanced CT Coronary Artery Analysis

This course will discuss the overall workflow and features of Synapse 3D v3.0.1 and focus on the Advanced features for CT Coronary Artery Analysis application. The course will review the workflow from launching the Synapse 3D Application of patients CT Coronary Artery Analysis with images, and present the advanced features. Prerequisite for this course is the Basic CT Coronary Artery Analysis.

"1 ARRT or CRA Category A credit approved by the AHRA".
Run time is approximately 1 hr.

MPR-FUSION v2.3- Application Training

This session is intended to familiarize Radiologists, Technologists and Clinicians with the Synapse MPR/Fusion software application. We will cover the 4 viewers that Synapse MPR/Fusion provides and the tools included in those viewers.

"1.5 ARRT or CRA Category A credit approved by the AHRA".
Run time is approximately 1 hr.

Synapse PACS Basics

This course will discuss PACS Basics regarding FUJIFILM's own, Synapse. The session will touch on various topics; explaining how to view patients' images in synapse, the function of each icon during the retrieval stages of the exam, and the Mammography tools used to diagnostically read the images.

"1 ARRT or CRA Category A credit approved by the AHRA".
Run time is approximately 1 hr.

What's New Clinical Overview for Synapse 3.2.1 with SR-343

The information covered during this tutorial is intended for Synapse Users who are familiar with the Synapse PACS product up to the software release 3.2.1 with SR-320 & SR-342. The new product features and enhancements are reviewed during this session to enhance product understanding and preparation for use in the Clinical environment of Radiology.

"1 ARRT or CRA Category A credit approved by the AHRA".
Run time is approximately 1 hr.

SWAT Basics

This training module will teach you the basic functions of Synapse Web Administration Tool (SWAT). The target audience will be those individuals who are responsible for Administrative duties for the Synapse PACS system.


"1 ARRT or CRA Category A credit approved by the AHRA".
Run time is approximately 1 hr.

Synapse Notes v3.2.1

This tutorial was created to review the Synapse Notes feature for Users. During this tutorial we will learn how to create a Note using the various options within the Synapse Application. We will also review the use of notes in some specific workflow situations.

"1 ARRT or CRA Category A credit approved by the AHRA".
Run time is approximately 1 hr.

Digital X-ray Topics

X-Ray Fundamentals

This presentation will cover some x-ray fundamentals. Some of the topics covered are: x-ray technique, AEC (automatic exposure control), grids, focal spots, radiation safety, identification of x-rays as well as other topics.

"1 ARRT or CRA Category A credit approved by the AHRA".
Run time is approximately 1 hr.

QC One Shot Phantom for FDR D-EVO

This course will cover the aspects of the FUJIFILM QC One Shot Phantom for the FDR D-EVO. The testing tools, establishing baselines and how to complete the monthly and semi-annual forms will be presented.

"1 ARRT or CRA Category A credit approved by the AHRA".
Run time is approximately 1 hr.

Introduction to Digital Radiography

This presentation is intended to provide an introduction to digital radiography. The topics include defining computed radiography (CR) and direct radiography (DR), the history of digital radiography, the advancement of digital radiography devices, digital radiography in today’s medical industry, the vendors who supply the technology, and what the future holds for digital radiography.

"1 ARRT or CRA Category A credit approved by the AHRA".
Run time is approximately 1 hr.

Heart Disease and Imaging

The purpose of this course is to give a basic understanding of heart disease, as well as discuss the imaging modalities that can be used to visualize heart pathology. The course will define heart disease, and review the basic anatomy/physiology of the cardiovascular system.

"1 ARRT or CRA Category A credit approved by the AHRA".
Run time is approximately 1 hr.

FDX Console

This Tutorial was designed to provide an overview of the FDX Console and how to use it. After completing this course, the participant should know the components of the FDX Console, which readers are compatible with the console and the features of the FDX Console.

"1 ARRT or CRA Category A credit approved by the AHRA".
Run time is approximately 1 hr.

FDR Go2 Flex Portable X-ray System

This course was designed to present the use and versatility of the Fujifilm FDR Go2 flex portable X-ray system.

"1 ARRT or CRA Category A credit approved by the AHRA".
Run time is approximately 1 hr.

FDR D-EVO Suite II

This presentation will review the principles of the FDR D-EVO Suite II.

"1 ARRT or CRA Category A credit approved by the AHRA".
Run time is approximately 1 hr.

DR in the Veterinary Market

This presentation will discuss the available systems provided by Fujifilm Medical Systems including training and support of those systems, along with the advantages of digital radiography in the Veterinary Market.

"0.5 ARRT or CRA Category A credit approved by the AHRA".
Run time is approximately 45 mins.

DR Artifacts

The scope of this presentation will demonstrate the multiple scenarios when digital radiography may produce artifacts within FUJIFILM Medical Systems DR devices. The unique instances demonstrate ranges of improper calibration during the initial installation, gross over and under exposure, electromagnetic noise artifacts, and digital artifacts from the detector itself.

"1 ARRT or CRA Category A credit approved by the AHRA".
Run time is approximately 1 hr.

D-EVO Portable Upgrade System - Retrofit to DR

This Tutorial was designed to introduce the FDR D-EVO Upgrade system which creates a portable DR solution by integrating with the AMX4 or AMX4+ portable x-ray system. High quality images are viewable instantly and can be easily exported to viewing stations, storage devices and other media. The Upgrade System includes the D-EVO digital detector and the Fujifilm FDX Console for image processing.

"1 ARRT or CRA Category A credit approved by the AHRA".
Run time is approximately 1 hr.

DAP Meter

This presentation will discuss radiation dose and monitoring. After completion, the participant should be familiar with the effects of ionizing radiation doses, reduction programs and the advantages of Dose Area Product meters for measurement.

"1 ARRT or CRA Category A credit approved by the AHRA".
Run time is approximately 1 hr.

CSS vs. ISS Technologies

This presentation will discuss Conventional Side Sampling (CSS) and Irradiated Side Sampling (ISS) along with the materials commonly used in flat panel detectors. After completing this course, the participant should be familiar with the types of detectors available and the differences in those detectors as it relates to design, composition and the effect on dose efficiency.

"0.5 ARRT or CRA Category A credit approved by the AHRA".
Run time is approximately 45 mins.

Changes in Radiology Reimbursement

On October 1, 2014 the revenue cycle for all healthcare institutions will be changed as the United States makes the mandatory transition from ICD-9 to ICD-10 Codes. This presentation will review ICD coding and the changes that are scheduled to take place as well as how these changes will impact the Radiology Practice. Steps that can be taken to prepare for this transition will be presented.

"1 ARRT or CRA Category A credit approved by the AHRA".
Run time is approximately 1 hr.

Digital Detectors and Radiation Dose Reduction

This session addresses advances in Digital Technology that assist with reducing dose when using the new Digital Detectors for capturing regular diagnostic images in radiography departments. In addition while looking at the dose reduction, we will review the new dose detection and monitoring of the dose as well as monitoring image quality. The new Dose Area Product (DAP) meter and the recording of the exposure dose and the cumulative dose for patients will also be discussed.

"1.5 ARRT or CRA Category A credit approved by the AHRA".
Run time is approximately 1.5 hrs.

CsI Flat Panel Detector Wireless D-EVO Technology

This session is intended to provide an introduction and explanation of the Fujifilm CsI FPD wireless D-EVO technology. Exposure in a digital environment, flat panel detector technology including irradiated side sampling with both gadolinium oxysulfide and cesium iodide detectors will be discussed.

"1 ARRT or CRA Category A credit approved by the AHRA".
Run time is approximately 1 hr.

FDR D-EVO- Portable Flat Detector Panel

This Tutorial was designed to introduce you to the Fuji D-EVO Portable Flat Panel Detector, or FPD. Basic types of DR technologies and how they differ from one another, both in operation and how they affect Image Quality, will be presented. After completing this course, the User will have an understanding of startup, shutdown, precautions for use and troubleshooting tips for using the D-EVO Digital Flat Panel Detector.

"1 ARRT or CRA Category A credit approved by the AHRA".
Run time is approximately 1 hr.

Advanced Applications Digital Radiography -Energy Subtraction

This Session "Advanced Applications in Digital Radiography - Energy Subtraction (ES)" gives participants an overview of radiographic subtraction imaging, and acknowledges some high-points in history that helped pave the way to its development.

"1 ARRT or CRA Category A credit approved by the AHRA".
Run time is approximately 1 hr.

CR in the Veterinarian Environment

This presentation will cover the use of CR in the Veterinary field. We will discuss benefits of CR, features of FCRview, as well as safe start-up/shut-down procedures and transferring information to other mediums. By converting to CR, both large and small practices have the benefits of reducing operating costs, consistent, image high quality and improved workflow.

"1 ARRT Category A credit by the AHRA".
Run time is approximately 1 hour.

Radiation Oncology and Portal Imaging

The purpose of this presentation is to provide an understanding of Radiation Oncology and portal imaging. This course will review Radiation Therapy imaging equipment and techniques, Computed Radiography equipment and how to implement CR into an Oncology department. The course is designed to give a basic understanding of how Radiation Oncology departments image cancer patients.

"1 ARRT or CRA Category A credit approved by the AHRA".
Run time is approximately 1 hour.

IIP Monitor vs PACS Monitor Images

This tutorial is designed to inform, educate and facilitate the common question, "Why do the images look better on the PACS monitors?" During this session we will review each monitor's ability to display images with the highest resolution per the OEM.

"1 ARRT or CRA Category A credit approved by the AHRA".
Run time approximately 1 hour.

CR Portables

During this tutorial we will explain the various types of exams commonly performed using a portable unit. You will be given instructions and tips on how to get the best images possible using Fuji CR, what processing menus will work best, and which grid to use, if one is appropriate. Also, we will provide tips on how to become more proficient at performing portable procedures.

"1 ARRT or CRA Category A credit approved by the AHRA".
Run time is approximately 1 hr.

FCR Carbon Suite

The main components of the Carbon Suite will be identified and reviewed during this session. We will cover the following topics: the Carbon, IIP, Siemens Control Panel, cassettes, imaging plates, Speedlink control software, safe off/on procedures and Emergency shutdown procedures.

"1 ARRT or CRA Category A credit approved by the AHRA".
Run time is approximately 1 hr.

Velocity SpeedSuite

This presentation will cover the Velocity SpeedSuite. We will identify the main components of the FDR Velocity SpeedSuite, as well as, describing safe operating procedures for the SpeedSuite, IIP Console and X-ray Equipment.


"1 ARRT or CRA Category A credit approved by the AHRA".
Run time is approximately 1 hr.

Grid Pattern Removal - GPR

This session is offered to introduce Grid Pattern Removal software to FCR & FDR customers. The Purpose, Benefits, Process and Effective use will be covered for better customer understanding.


"1 ARRT or CRA Category A credit approved by the AHRA".
Run time is approximately 1 hr.

Grids

This course will discuss the various types of grids and the physical makeup of the grid. This course will also cover the terminology of the grids as well as the advantages and disadvantages of the various grids. We will look at the proper grid selection for particular portable exams performed in departments. We will discuss the improved image quality with the proper use of grids in portable radiography.

".5 ARRT or CRA Category A credit approved by the AHRA".
Run time is approximately 45 minutes

Editing Menu Procedure Codes

"This course will help IIP users to learn the components and operation of the Menu Procedure Codes that are utilized in the IIP software. During this presentation, explanations for the Codes and individual Digit representations will be covered during this session.


".5 ARRT or CRA Category A credit approved by the AHRA".
Run time is approximately 45 minutes

Improving the Quality of Difficult Exams

"Improving the Quality of Difficult Exams" was created to assist technologist with the utilization of CR in Radiographic imaging. This training will discuss various ways to improve image quality for images and positioning using in conjunction with the Fuji CR software.


"1 ARRT or CRA Category A credit approved by the AHRA".
Run time is approximately 1 hr.

One Shot Phantom Quality Assurance Program

The "One Shot Phantom Quality Assurance Program" covers Quality Assurance of the Fuji XG500, Carbon-X and Carbon-XL readers utilizing the One Shot Phantom.

This program identifies the following:

  • All pertinent tools of the One Shot Phantom
  • Establishes a Phantom Baseline
  • Covers the Frequency of testing
  • Identifies the forms to fill out
  • Provides the Corrective Actions when necessary.

"1 ARRT or CRA Category A credit approved by the AHRA".
Run time is approximately 1 hr.

CR in the OR

This presentation was created to explain the various types of exams commonly performed in the Operating Suite. The user will be given instructions and tips on how to get the best images possible using Fuji CR, what processing menus will work best, and which grid to use, if one is appropriate.

"1 ARRT or CRA Category A credit approved by the AHRA".
Run time is approximately 1 hr.

Women's Health Topics

Breast Imaging Center of Excellence

The ACR's Breast Imaging Center of Excellence Certification is awarded to those facilities that have received accreditation in Mammography, Breast Ultrasonography and Stereotactic Breast Biopsy. Understanding the significance of this certification goes back to the roots of mammography and the improvements that have been made in the quality of mammographic exams since the discovery of x-rays in 1898.

"1 ARRT or CRA Category A credit approved by the AHRA".
Run time is approximately 1 hr.

IHE for Mammography

This course reviews the IHE manual as related to digital mammography. The IHE manual was developed to assist those in the purchasing and implementation of digital mammography systems.

"1 ARRT or CRA Category A credit approved by the AHRA".
Run time is approximately 1 hr.

Aspire Digital Mammography VCM & DX Parameters

This course focuses on the meaning and application of the View Code Modifiers and DX Parameters. During this session we will attempt to communicate the importance of the view code modifiers and the DX parameters as they are applied to image labeling and the image orientation and justification within the Reading Protocols.

".5 ARRT or CRA Category A credit approved by the AHRA".
Run time approximately less than an hour.

FCRm QC for Aspire

This presentation was created to give users the opportunity to learn about the QC program for the Aspire FFDM including printers. Understand the required tests; personnel responsible for testing; frequency of tests; required test equipment; precautions and caveats; and corrective action. The user will be able to follow step by step instructions to perform QC for Aspire to include printers.

"2 ARRT or CRA Category A credit approved by the AHRA".
Run time is approximately 1 hour 45 minutes.

Introduction for Aspire FFDM

This course will provide the participant with basic knowledge of Fujifilm FFDM including the benefits and an overview of basic equipment and computer technology as related to breast imaging. Participants will be able to describe the basic operation of Fujifilm FFDM imaging chain and the computer processing used to optimize mammography image quality.

"1 ARRT or CRA Category A credit approved by the AHRA".
Run time is approximately 1 hr.

Editing Menu Parameters for Aspire

This online course was developed to discuss options in the processing parameter settings of the IIPm to match radiologist preference, including a detailed explanation of processing parameters and instructions for successful editing.


"1 ARRT or CRA Category A credit approved by the AHRA".
Run time is approximately 1 hr.

Aspire FFDM Quality Assurance Program

FFDM Quality Assurance is mandated by MQSA and confirms consistency in the imaging system. The Lead Interpreting physician at each facility is responsible for assuring that all quality assurance requirements are met. The purpose of these requirements is to ensure that every component of the imaging chain is functioning optimally. The achievement of these goals is vital to high quality imaging. This session focuses on the frequency of the testing and a detailed description of the procedures required.

"2 ARRT or CRA Category A credit approved by the AHRA".
Run time is approximately 100 minutes.

Management of Digital Imaging & HQ Display of FFDM on PACS

This tutorial was developed to assist participants in understanding the following: Considerations for High Quality Display of FFDM on PACS, Basic DICOM, & Transition from film/screen to FFDM.


"2 ARRT or CRA Category A credit approved by the AHRA".
Run time is approximately 2 hours.