Building devices with novel software and smart capabilities integrated with electronic medical records, safety alarms and operational logs will reduce medication rates and infusion errors. In fact, with more than half the hospitals in the U.S. using smart pumps, the market is ripe for interoperability.
"Further, vendors must provide multi-disciplinary training on the use of infusion pumps and offer consistent support services to hospitals, including on-site maintenance and trouble-shooting," concluded Allada. "Spreading awareness through promotional campaigns and forming alliances with pharmaceutical companies to create better targeted, compliant solutions will enable manufacturers to capitalize on the large yet untapped market potential."
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