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Smart Infusion Management
Hospitals face enormous challenges in providing effective and efficient patient care. Digitalization strategies offer opportunities – but with smart technologies come new issues and new vulnerabilities. So, what does „smart“ really mean for a hospital? A solution that improves integration and connectivity – that provides security, asset and medication management all at once.
Days are needed for a hospital technician to update all pumps1
Number of times a year a German hospital is under a cyberattack 2
Of all medical errors are medication errors in the ICU3
smart infusion management solution means a plus on all levels: better systems, more efficient processes, improved patient outcome, more future viability.
Remote updates of infusion pumps via the hospital network with less interruption of clinical workflows.
Seamlessly integrated into the hospital IT environment using the bi-directional HL7-IHE framework.
Space®plus caches data even when no network connection is available.
Data transmitted through the hospital network between the Space®plus infusion pumps and the OnlineSuiteplus servers are end-to-end encrypted.
Drug library data is always up to date at the infusion pumps. The self-explanatory user interface guides healthcare professionals simply and safely.
 Internal evaluation: average hospital with 500 pumps - Manual process to update all pumps.
 Bernau P. Hacker greifen Kliniken an. Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung 2020. https://www.faz.net/aktuell/wirtschaft/digitec/mehr-hacker-angriffe-auf-kliniken-undkritische-infrastruktur-17062421.html. Last access 11.2.22.
 Mohiuddin AK. The Role of the Pharmacist in Patient Care: Achieving High Quality, Cost-Effective and Accessible Healthcare Through a Team-Based, Patient-Centered Approach 2020.
 Da Silva BA, Krishnamurthy M. The alarming reality of medication error: a patient case and review of Pennsylvania and National data. J Community Hosp Intern Med Perspect. 2016 Sep 7;6(4):31758. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5016741/. Last access 11.2.22.