Improving the safety and cost of healthcare for generations to come
All of us at CareFusion share a vision to improve the safety and cost of healthcare for generations to come. Our 16,650 employees are passionate about advancing quality of care and supporting the providers who deliver it—from transport, to the hospital, to the home.
We proudly serve the healthcare industry with clinically proven brands, including our Alaris® infusion systems, AVAmax® vertebral augmentation systems, ChloraPrep® patient preoperative skin preparation products, Pyxis® medication and supply management systems, the PleurX® drainage system, and V. Mueller® and Snowden-Pencer®surgical instruments.
Altogether, our solutions enhance Anesthesia Delivery, Infection Prevention, Infusion, Integrated Analytics Solutions, Interventional Specialties, Medication and Supply Management, Patient Monitoring, Respiratory Care and Surgical Instruments.
CareFusion supports our all of our employees today and into the future with many opportunities to grow, values our leadership for leading our way and enables us to make a real difference in all we do.
We envision a world where our solutions for Enterprise IT, Surveillance and Analytics facilitate decisions, Infection Prevention reduces infections, Medication Management improves medication safety, Procedural Solutions optimize workflow and Respiratory Care enhances lung support.
To make this world of difference, we leverage who we are as people and what we do as professionals to provide products when and where our customers need them.
Clinical excellence at CareFusion serves the healthcare industry as an independent resource that develops and distributes helpful information and insights.
We appear at various events to communicate our bold, human and inspirational branding while sustaining presence among the competition. They give us a unique opportunity to make a strong and lasting impression while launching new product innovations, demoing products, providing education and sharing success stories.
From our blog
As capnography use increases, so does patient safety
October 9, 2013
How good technology helped catch a bad nurse
May 2, 2013