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Smart Pumps 2019 Decision Insights

Smart Pumps 2019 Decision Insights
Energy at the Enterprise Level

Authored by: Jackson Tate and Sam Eaquinto September 18, 2019 | Read Time: 2  minutes

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Most smart pumps today garner fairly high overall satisfaction, yet factors such as EMR interoperability, total cost of ownership, and platform consolidation lead to high variability in how often different vendors are considered. Examining 36 smart pump purchase decisions made in the last 18 months, this report considers each vendor’s market energy and the reasons smart pumps are being considered, selected, and replaced.

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Key Findings

  1. Integrated Platform Gives BD the Edge in Consideration Energy
  2. Bidirectional EMR Integration, Consolidation, and Functionality Are the Main Decision Drivers
  3. Bidirectional EMR Integration: What Connections Have Customers Validated?
  4. Bidirectional EMR Integration: Integration a Performance Differentiator for BD and ICU Medical, but Not in the Same Way
  5. Measuring the Customer Experience
  6. Bottom Line on Smart Pump Vendors
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