NEW YORK, Feb. 7, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Humanscale Healthcare, the premier designer and manufacturer of ergonomic products, today announced that it will be showcasing its MedLink Mobile Technology Cart along with its full range of point-of-care solutions at HIMSS19 in Orlando, FL, at Exhibit Hall 4171 from February 11-15th.
The seamless customization and exceptional design of Humanscale Healthcare solutions gives caregivers and industry professionals the confidence and ability to give better care with an unparalleled product.
Humanscale will be highlighting an extensive line of products throughout the global conference and exhibition, including:
"Our goal at Humanscale Healthcare is to provide efficiency to caregivers, safety, and the utmost quality of care to patients," says Heather Fennimore, Founder, President, Global Healthcare at Humanscale. "This year, we are thrilled to announce advancements in our product line and to offer North America's only closed-loop medication system to enhance patient care even further and unparalleled accuracy in other forms of delivery."
Visit the Humanscale Booth at HIMSS19
Feb 11-13, Exhibit 4171
To learn more about Humanscale Healthcare's innovative point-of-care solutions and discuss how MedLink is revolutionizing medication administration, come visit our team at HIMSS19. Visit our booth to:
For more information about Humanscale Healthcare, visit www.humanscale.com and www.humanscalehealthcare.com
About Humanscale Healthcare
At Humanscale Healthcare, we believe better design leads to better care.
As a division of Humanscale, the premier designer and manufacturer of ergonomic products, we use our ergonomic expertise to create next-generation medication administration carts, mobile workstations, wall mounts, seating and accessories for healthcare environments.
Our design-led approach frees caregivers to focus on what matters—patient care. Our solutions streamline everyday workflows and encourage effortless interaction with patients. We help caregivers prioritize their patients and offer better care.
Media Contact: John Rarrick