CareFusion, we are united in our vision to improve the safety and lower the cost of healthcare for generations to come. Our 14,000 worldwide employees are passionate about healthcare and helping those that deliver it - from the hospital pharmacy to the nursing floor, the operating room to the patient bedside.Our clinically proven product families include Pyxis for medication and supply dispensing, Alaris for infusion, AVEA ventilators, Jaeger for respiratory diagnostic instruments, AVAmax and PluerX for interventional procedures, V. Mueller and Snowden-Pencer surgical instruments, and ChloraPrep skin antiseptic.
Alaris Auto-ID Module CareFusion offers a flexible and scalable approach to IV barcoding with the Alaris Auto-ID module. This unique barcoding device narrows the uncertainty between the right drug and right patient and also helps to ensure that only authorized hospital personnel administer the medication providing an additional safety net for all pump, syringe and PCA infusions. Read More
Alaris EtCO2 Module The Alaris EtCO2 module brings continuous respiratory monitoring to all patient care areas with an easy-to-use technology that is effective with both intubated and non-intubated mobility. Read More
Alaris PCA Module The potential for harm from PCA medications demands a high level of safety before and throughout therapy. Only the Alaris System from CareFusion offers programming safety, barcoding and continuous respiratory monitoring in one comprehensive pain management solution. Read More
Alaris Pump Module The Alaris Pump module is designed for the delivery of fluids, medications, blood and blood products using continuous or intermittent delivery for adult, pediatric or neonatal patients. Read More
Alaris Syringe Module The Alaris Syringe module is a syringe pump designed to work with the Alaris PC unit. It combines precision instrumentation with the safeguards of the Guardrails Suite MX software, helping ensure that the right dose or rate is delivered to your patient. Read More
Alaris Pump Module The only large volume pump available today that can help protect every infusion type,including continuous and intermittent deliveries, the Alaris Pump module is designed for the delivery of fluids, medications and blood products for adult, pediatric and neonatal patients. Read More
Alaris Syringe Module Features customizable Guardrails Suite MX software limits that double-check the dose, duration, rate and concentration to help support your clinical best practices, Exclusively provides a real-time numeric readout of actual in-line pressure in increments of 1 mmHg, Supports 1 to 60 cc syringes, Ensures accuracy to +/- 2%* and can support your IV best practices down to 0.01 mL/hr. Read More
Alaris Auto-ID Module Alaris Auto-ID module lets you incorporate bedside IV barcoding, independent of your broader barcoding or IT strategy. Designed to attach directly to Alaris System, Alaris Auto-ID module helps simplify clinical workflow and add safety at the point of care. Read More
Alaris EtCO2 Module The Alaris EtCO2 module is an easy-to-use capnograph that displays waveforms and numeric values of EtCO2 , FiCO2 , respiratory rate and no-breath indication. It uses Oridion Microstream technology with Filterline disposables to offer real-time respiratory status with intubated or non-intubated patients. Read More
Alaris PCA Module The Alaris System is the only smart pump that offers PCA delivery and continuous respiratory monitoring on one platform.Providing interoperability and communication among these modules, the unique PCA pause protocol feature pauses the PCA infusion. This capability deactivates the patient dose button and continuous infusion when the hospital-set respiratory and/or oxygen-saturation rate alarm limits are exceeded. Read More
Setting up social media accounts for your practice can be a simple, step-by-step process and a great place to start is Facebook. Think of Facebook as a channel to connect with your existing patients and even bring in new ones by offering helpful tips and insights into your practice. Follow these simple steps to get your Facebook page up and running and reap the rewards of this added connection to your patient community.
If you're managing an independent practice or providing care as a provider, what does success look like to you? How do you measure it? And how do you know when you're doing something right so you can do it again?