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Hospira revela estratégia global para dispositivos
Date:5/1/2013

LAKE FOREST, Illinois, 1 de maio de 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- A Hospira, Inc. (NYSE: HSP), a fornecedora líder mundial de tecnologias de medicamentos injetáveis e infusão, revelou hoje os detalhes de sua estratégia global para dispositivos. A iniciativa estabelece um portfólio de dispositivos otimizado e modernizado para atender às necessidades dos clientes e posicionar a companhia para inovação e crescimento futuros, apoiando, ao mesmo tempo, o avanço contínuo da remediação dos dispositivos, incluindo os esforços de melhoria da qualidade dos dispositivos.

"Devido ao nosso foco sempre em expansão nos cuidados com a saúde, através da melhoria da segurança dos pacientes e dos resultados clínicos, consideramos nosso negócio de dispositivos como um dos principais impulsionadores estratégicos de crescimento da Hospira e temos o compromisso de manter nossa posição de liderança através de investimentos atuais e futuros", disse Richard Davies , Diretor Comercial da Hospira. "Com um portfólio otimizado e modernizado, iremos reduzir a complexidade, melhorar o desempenho e estaremos melhor posicionados para atender as expectativas atuais dos clientes e das agências regulatórias, enquanto desenvolvemos as tecnologias da próxima geração do futuro".

A nova estratégia para dispositivos da Hospira dá prosseguimento à recentemente finalizada revisão completa dos dispositivos de sua base global instalada de mais de 575.000 bombas de infusão. A companhia comunicou a nova estratégia à Administração de Alimentos e Medicamentos dos EUA (FDA - U.S. Food and Drug Administration) e outras agências regulató
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