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Rubbermaid Unveils Innovation Center for Medication Carts, mHealth

August 23, 2011
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Rubbermaid Medical Solutions (RMS), a provider of medication carts and mobile computing solutions for healthcare facilities, announced the opening of its new Innovation Center and updated testing facility today. The Innovation Center, located in Rubbermaid Medical Solutions’ headquarters in Huntersville, N.C., highlights the evolution of medical carts and provides end users with an opportunity to see how different electronic health record (EHR) solutions can be utilized in a hospital environment. Coupled with a dedicated testing facility, RMS is able to test products and technology in a simulated environment as well as in a controlled setting.

The Rubbermaid Medial Solutions testing facility provides employees with the capability to test all aspects of a product before it is released to the marketplace.

With the launch of the new Innovation Center, RMS draws focus to the history of the healthcare marketplace and the products that were developed for release during that time, showing how size, features and models have evolved over the years to accommodate medical needs. An additional feature allows end users to interact with products and observe their progression from ideation to production.


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