CareFusion to participate at health event
Dubai, January 27, 2013
CareFusion, a leading medical technology company, has announced it will participate at the Arab Health Conference to showcase solutions and technologies that help improve patient safety, reduce infections and lowers cost.
The event which is to take place from January 28 to 31, at the Dubai International Convention & Exhibition Centre, will see the company highlight solutions that address the issue of patient safety through its dispensing, infusion, respiratory and infection prevention technologies.
CareFusion has been active in the Middle East and continues to increase investment in the region, providing enhanced local support and delivering high-performance technologies that are helping to modernise and expand regional health care facilities, a statement from the company said.
Combined with powerful analytical software and connectivity capabilities, its products help to improve patient safety and the efficient delivery of health care. The company has also created interoperability solutions to enable its technologies to share data with other health care information technology companies, including Cerner, Epic and Philips.
“Some of the world’s most state-of-the-art hospitals have been built in the Middle East over the last decade, and we see the health care sector continuing to grow,” said Gord La Fortune, executive vice president, EMEA/Asia Pacific, commercial operations and global infusion disposables at CareFusion. “We are proud to have our patient safety solutions in many of the leading hospitals across the region, and are committed to bringing more technologies to the Middle East region.” – TradeArabia News Service
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