Since its inception in 1875, Toshiba has worked to improve the quality of life for all people. The company's technology, from light bulbs to laptops, has delivered on this mission with medical innovations that are Made for Life — made to improve the lives of patients, clinicians and administrators.
This legacy is expressed best in the partnership of Toshiba's founding companies: Tokyo Electric Company and Shibaura Engineering. These two companies' life-saving partnership (now Toshiba) developed one of the world's first X-ray machines in 1932 to help physicians manage a tuberculosis outbreak in Japan. Today, Toshiba's imaging technology continues to save lives and improve health of people around the world with some of the most powerful and patient-friendly systems available.
Unlike other imaging systems, the cardiovascular lab is literally an extension of the clinician's eyes and hands. As such, it must provide access, coverage, image qualityand workflow efficiency that fluidly enhances a clinician's performance. We've worked hand-in-hand with leading clinicians to design unique features for the Infinix-i systems that address those very needs. The impact of this collaboration is clear: the productivity and performance of the comprehensive Infinix-i family of products has been recognized with many technology awards and leading customer satisfaction ratings.
Regardless of which Aquilion CT system is purchased, customers are assured of the industry's thinnest slices (0.5 mm) across all its CT systems. Building on this platform, Toshiba has been able to offer the same 0.5mm slice thickness, superior low contrast resolution and 350 micron isotropic resolution across the board, from the Aquilion 16 to the Aquilion 64 and including the Aquilion ONE Dynamic Volume CT.
The Quantum Advantage ensures that whether physicians are doing a routine chest CT on the Aquilion 16-slice or a cardiac study on the 64-slice, consistent, high-quality images will be produced.
The Vantage product line has a system that will meet the ever changing needs of today's customer. Each scanner has unique features that provide maximum performance and patient comfort.
Our systems are easily upgradeable all the way to Titan since the entire product line uses the same magnet. All of these systems come equipped with Toshiba's patented Pianissimo technology which quiets the patient environment, and industry leading non-contrast techniques.
At Toshiba we make every effort to provide you with the best quality products and services to meet the challenging demands of your clinical practice. Continuous #1 ratings in independent customer satisfaction surveys for diagnostic ultrasound and other products motivate us to continue our commitment to innovation.
Our product development is driven by our customers' needs and focuses on values that you told us are most important to you: uncompromised image quality, state-of-the-art ergonomics, workflow support, economic efficiency, longevity and sustainability.
Toshiba radiography systems are designed with our 'voice of the customer' approach to optimize and improve efficiency and workflow. Each system features complete tableside control to improve patient care and help minimize hospital risk.
Toshiba XR has solutions from a RADREX-i single detector to a Kalare with two detectors to fit your customers need. All systems are bariatric friendly and utilize the latest dose saving features.
April 1, 2012 marks the beginning of participation by qualified healthcare providers in the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) Accountable Care Organizations (ACO) pilot program. An ACO is a shared savings program that rewards providers with incentive payments when minimum savings and quality performance measures are maintained.