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Smart Pump/EMR Interoperability 2017

Smart Pump/EMR Interoperability 2017
First Look at Interoperability Performance

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In the last few years, the number of hospitals live with smart pump/EMR interoperability (meaning both autoprogramming and autodocumentation) has grown from just a handful to roughly 200. Though this is still a small portion of all hospitals in the US, many providers identify interoperability as the most important next step to make infusions safer. This report provides a first-time look at user satisfaction with interoperability workflows and also examines which pump vendors are taking the initiative to move this technology along and what EMR vendors are doing to improve workflows and reporting.

Key Topics

  1. BD Rolling Out Pump/EMR Interoperability Faster Than Any Other Vendor
  2. Early Feedback Shows That ICU Medical’s Dual Lines Provide Flexibility for Workflows
  3. Epic’s Reports Help Drive Optimal Workflows; Cerner Customers Hindered by Lack of Reports
  4. With Fewer Interoperable Customers, ICU Medical Provides Strong Partnering

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