You want to make me happy?
Ever seen those feet that come down on a bucket truck once it's parked? That's what I'd like to see, a way to lock those wheels/stabilize the stand, esp. with disoriented folks. I've seen pt's try to "crawl" up the IV line and pull the pole down on themselves.
Put muliple hooks on the pole, not just 2. I wish my folks were healthy enough for just NS and a single piggy.
Realize that some pts use the pole like a walker. Give them a padded "grab area" that's easy for us to clean.
The board and cup holder are cute. Let's see how you clean the cups. I'd be willing to bet they end up as mini trash cans, or have spilled sodas in them before the first shift's over -- every hospital I've been at already has the write on/wipe off boards. I'd also be willing to bet they'd break off and be nice sharp hazards within a month, especially when some kid starts swinging on them to get the pens out to draw pictures on the board that is just at "kid" level.
For Pete's sake, go watch how the poles are used/misused. How am I going to get a PEG feeding machine and a IV setup on that pole? Or a epidural pump and an IV pump? Or how about attaching a blood warmer...
The point is we don't have enough IV poles, we don't need super-duper expensive new ones, we just need enough poles, with enough double and triple pumps so we don't have 4 poles around one bed.