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While infusion pumps are vital to patient care and used in abundance in hospitals, they are also associated with numerous errors. One of the keys to addressing this problem lies in improving the devices’ interoperability with hospital IT systems, and as those changes are starting to materialize, so are opportunities for new players in this space.
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