Pneuma Systems collaborates with West Pharmaceutical Services, Inc. to improve the patient experience

Hitesh
thehealthco

Medical technology company, Pneuma Systems Corporation, has entered a multi-faceted business collaboration with West Pharmaceutical Services, Inc. with the goal of improving the patient’s experience with drug therapy.

West is a leading global manufacturer in the design and production of technologically advanced, high-quality, integrated containment and delivery systems for injectable medicines. Pneuma Systems Corporation has developed a family of fluid flow technologies that are aimed at scientific and medical applications. The global intravenous pump market segment is expected to reach USD 20.5 billion over the next five years.

Pneuma will provide a novel closed-loop fluid flow control platform that West will use to develop drug delivery solutions for pharmaceutical companies and clinical end users. West will provide technical and financial support to Pneuma and access to the emerging West Digital Platform, designed to improve transmission of data and other information.

“West’s almost century-long commitment to the development of drug delivery systems dovetails with our cutting-edge flow control technology. West’s latest foray into a broad digital architecture is very important to us. When you improve both fluid flow and information flow, the result is an improvement in workflow, which results in higher levels of patient safety and lower costs,” said Pneuma CEO Jeffrey Carlisle. “We are aiming at disruptive improvements in workflow.”

“We are excited about our collaboration with Pneuma and the potential of their technologies to address a variety of flow control challenges to drive improvements in healthcare. At West our mission is to improve patient lives not only through our products and services but also by investing in small innovative companies and offering our deep technical and commercial expertise to help them bring their transformation technologies to the market,” added Scott Young, VP Venture & External Collaboration at West.

Pneuma Systems, together with its strategic partners, plans to install PneumaDrive™ technology-based infusion devices in infusion centers, home care, and acute care settings around the world. The low cost PneumaDrive™ technology can replace existing infusion pumps and automate “gravity drip” infusions, providing patients with a safer and easier experience.

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