by John W. Mitchell
, Senior Correspondent | February 12, 2020
From the January/February issue of HealthCare Business News magazine
The manufacturers also report they are looking more to integration and connectivity. Not just for efficiency on the patient care side, but also for system maintenance and PM protocols.
According to Sato, some hospitals (particularly in the U.S.) are demanding that new infusion pump systems include bi-directional EMR integration capabilities.
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“Such a level of automation can help also reduce the chance of manual programming keystroke errors, help improve documentation, and streamline pharmacy and nursing efficiency so they can focus on direct patient care,” he said.Back to HCB News