Posts filed under: Infusion Therapy

The main challenge facing health care providers and device manufacturers is how to make this therapy safer but also more accessible. The industry addresses this challenge in two ways. On the one hand, recent market consolidation, conducted primarily though mergers...
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The product was designed to help clinicians and biomedical engineers quickly find unused pumps by viewing pump location and status data from their computers or phones....
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This trend will be solely driven by continued growth in unit sales as the average selling price (ASP) of all device types has been decreasing due to fierce competition and sluggish economic conditions. ...
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  • European Infusion Therapy Device Market
Overall, the Europe infusion therapy devices market value is expected to increase to exceed €1 billion by 2023....
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Findings show average savings of between $2,000 to $3,000 per treatment regimen for home infusion services compared to similar care administered in medical facilities. The study was published in Healthcare: The Journal of Delivery Science and Innovation....
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NIST's National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence (NCCoE) is looking for vendors to provide it with the components and technical expertise required to simulate the hospital environment in which infusion pumps operate....
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Hospira and healthcare IT firm Cerner are joining forces to develop the companies' infusion pump information platform, building on previous efforts to better integrate Hospira's infusion pumps with Cerner's electronic medical record (EMR) systems....
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WellSpan York Hospital has become the first facility to simultaneously go live with new infusion pump devices connected to a central electronic health record (EHR) system....
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To date, the FDA says it is not aware of any patient adverse events or unauthorized device access related to the vulnerabilities uncovered with the Hospira infusion pumps....
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In 2014, the intravenous (IV) set market was the fastest growing segment of the European infusion therapy device market valued at nearly €600 million....
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