Reduce
Medication
Errors

See how the Crimson Medical Solution’s IV Manager combats medication errors; a problem that causes 28,000 deaths every year.

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Yearly average cost of medication errors per hospital in the US.

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sufficient labeling of IV lines.

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The 5 Rights​

of Safe Drug Administration​

The Institute for Healthcare Improvement emphasizes, “it’s the procedures a hospital puts in place around the 5 rights that actually reduce medication errors.”

The CMS IV Manager allows hospitals to actively combat medication errors.

Take the Next step to reduce your risk

CMS IV Manager

The IV Manager is an IV line organization system that saves hospitals money by reducing medication errors and improving patient safety.

How it Works

The CMS IV Manager allow nurses to seamlessly identify and organize IV lines through our patented organization system. Each CMS IV Line Manager consists of three pieces: The label, organizer, and identifier. Each set is color-coded to enable more efficient and reliable line management and medication identification. In addition, each set attaches together to keep lines organized and easier to manage. Using the CMS IV Manager is simple and can fit into any workflow:

Step 1: Take one color of the IV Line Manager for every IV line needed for a patient.

Step 2: Place IV lines on the patient and write the medication information on the IV Line Manager label.

Step 3: Attach the three IV Line Manager pieces to each line: The label directly below the pump, the organizer midway on the line, and the identifier near the IV site.

Step 4: Snap together the label and organizer pieces of all lines.

Step 5: Identify medications quickly and keep lines organized.

Our new IV Manager offers safe and easy-to use features that professionals have asked for:

Simple to use: Easily attaches to any IV set
Seamless: Identify and organize without intrusion
Modular: Efficient and reliable line management
Color coded: Quick and dependable medication identification

The CMS IV Manager comes in a variety of colors and quantities to fit any IV line configuration.

CMS IV Organizer

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Our Mission

Empowering nurses to provide excellent patient care through innovative, non-invasive medical devices.

About Us

Crimson Medical Solutions was founded in 2019 with the goal of creating innovative products for nurses. Each founder had personal connections with nurses and understood that they are often overworked and underserved by recent medical device innovations. We develop products by working directly with nurses to understand their workflows, struggles, and healthcare philosophy to create low-cost solutions that work.

Stephen Bone, CEO

Stephen graduated from Washington State University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Bioengineering in the Spring of 2020. Since graduating, Stephen has been leading Crimson Medical Solutions as CEO, overseeing the company’s development on all fronts. Stephen is located in Spokane Washington, and is a very active member of the entrepreneurial community that has been growing in the area.

Tyler Sager, Co-Founder

Tyler graduated from Washington State University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Finance in the Spring of 2019. Since graduating, Tyler has worked as an Account Executive for multiple Seattle-based SaaS firms. With his expertise, Tyler has led CMS’ sales and financial initiatives.

Tanner Stahl, Co-Founder

Tanner graduated from Washington State University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Bioengineering in the Spring of 2019. Since graduating, Tanner has worked as an Engineer for an industry leading medical device company, as well as a Business Development Consultant for an actuarial product-based firm. While developing professionally, Tanner has supported the business development of CMS, offering guidance on projects.

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