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“Right now we don’t know if somebody gets .12 versus .15 because it’s all manual. It would also eliminate or minimize the manual labeling of insulin once it’s drawn up.”

Director of Pharmacy, Community Hospital, 120 beds, Ohio

“In our system the EMR will tell me 150 to 200, give x additional units or 201 – x, give 4 additional units. Then I go back to the lab section of the chart in Care Connection to get the blood sugar reading. It’s not in the MAR and I’m not typing in the blood sugar. I’m just typing in the amount of what I’m giving.” 

RN, Focus Group 1, Chicago 

“That type of technology is impressive...If this helps validate the right dose pulled up out of the vial, I think it’s an important tool that can decrease medication errors.”

Director of Pharmacy, Community Hospital, 200 beds, MO

“It protects you. I gave the wrong medication before the scanning system was in place. It gave me more peace of mind. This device is similar. I can take out multiple insulins and label them and not be worried I’m giving the wrong dose to the wrong patient”

RN, ICU, Community Hospital, 200 beds, Chicago

Quotes from our Potential Customers

on Digital Hospital's new "Insulin Dosage Verification Device" for Hospitals​

“It would be a nice alternative to double signatures.”

RN, Focus Group 1, Chicago 

Quotes from the Field

“Invariably, the topic of insulin administration comes up more often than not at medical executive meetings. The type of technology and software that you just mentioned is something that I’m sure over the course of time we would definitely look at and see if it would work for our system.”

Director of InPatient Operations, Community Hospital, 512 beds

“The potential for medication errors with insulin are extremely high. That’s one of our high risk medications and areas that we focus in on.” 

InPatient Operations Director, Community Hospital

“It’s good! It’s a safety device designed to prevent the wrong type and amount of insulin being administered.” 

RN, Focus Group 2, Chicago 

“It would be better because now the label is not specific to the patient. If you’ve drawn up two insulins, the label helps you safety wise.” 

RN, Community Hospital, 200 beds