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Infusion Errors: What They Are and How To Fix Them

Infusion Errors: What They Are and How To Fix Them

Numerous procedures go on during a single day at a hospital, and many of these require medication that needs to be administered through an IV. Medical professionals everywhere rely on IVs to deliver medicine and help treat people effectively. However, there are times when accidents occur,—like infusion errors. These errors will need immediate correction to ensure the patient's health remains stable.

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Reasons to Finance Your Medical Devices in 2023

Reasons to Finance Your Medical Devices in 2023

The healthcare industry is expensive to sustain and operate. Necessary tools like imaging, respiratory equipment, and testing devices all come with a hefty price tag. Partnering with medical equipment finance companies can make a significant difference in a facility’s ability to sustain and operate adequately. Here, we take a closer look at why financing medical devices is a smart financial decision.

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Why IV Administration Sets Are Vital to the Medical Field

Why IV Administration Sets Are Vital to the Medical Field

The medical field benefits from a variety of devices, components, and large equipment which help bridge the gaps between providers and patient care. Invaluable aspects for all medical applications include the IV administration set and corresponding syringe pump. This medication delivery method plays a vital role in optimizing care plans and pharmaceutical delivery. Let’s take a closer look at the overall value of these items to the healthcare industry.

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What Are Patient-Controlled Analgesia Pumps?

What Are Patient-Controlled Analgesia Pumps

The medical field relies on the use of various machines and tools to treat patients. These machines include patient-controlled analgesia pumps, or PCA pumps, which assist healthcare workers in supplying people with the help they need. Using these pumps provides multiple benefits that make them reliable in hospitals and clinics everywhere.

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What To Consider When Purchasing Medical Equipment

What to Consider When Purchasing Medical Equipment

Taking on the risk of purchasing new medical equipment can increase budget burdens and deplete an organization’s resources. Outside of the financial aspects, all healthcare facilities want to be at the leading edge of healthcare technology, and sometimes, this means upgrading devices. Here are some critical things to consider before investing in new equipment.

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Roadblocks Hospitals Face When Acquiring Equipment

Roadblocks Hospitals Face When Acquiring Equipment

By Sage Parker

From medical equipment shortages to an increase in patients, 2020 brought many new challenges to the healthcare industry. Most of these challenges have slowly diminished with the passing of time, but 2020 didn’t just bring new challenges, it also increased pre-existing challenges, most notably the challenge for acquiring new equipment.

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How To Properly Clean a Patient-Controlled Analgesia Pump

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For proper device maintenance and accuracy, staff must receive adequate and thorough device training. This instruction should outline proper care and handling to ensure each patient gets sanitary and ethical medical treatments. Before and after prescribing a patient-controlled analgesia pump, it’s essential to complete appropriate cleaning techniques.

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Why More Hospitals Are Moving Toward Smart Technology

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Implementing technology in healthcare facilities is not new, but it’s advancing as science evolves. More and more hospitals are seeking new ways to optimize their working systems to provide established medical practices and retain positive patient outcomes. Let’s look at some key benefits of advancing smart technology within an organization.

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Med One and the Turner Smart-C Mini C-Arm

Med One and the Turner Smart-C Mini C-Arm

By Ibby Smith Stofer

When innovative technology and creative finance bring higher quality, lower costs, and better patient satisfaction to a facility, everyone wins.

The Med One Group and Turner Imaging Systems partnership brings true point-of-care imaging technology (Smart C) to healthcare providers in multiple settings. The partnership is a shared commitment to improving access to technologies that enhance quality, accessibility and meet both clinical and financial goals.

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Renting vs. Purchasing Medical Supplies: Which Is Better?

Renting vs. Purchasing Medical Supplies: Which Is Better?

Every time a facility dips into their budget to replace equipment and supplies, they suffer in another area of practice, and the costly impacts ultimately affect the patients. Many facilities can agree they prefer top-of-the-line technology to treat their patients but prefer acquiring these supplies through flexible and dependable payment options. Here, we compare renting versus purchasing medical supplies to determine the most suitable path.

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