Monitoring the temperature of life-saving medications to help identify exposure to potentially damaging temperatures, while supporting regulatory compliance and accreditation requirements.
Deliver the highest standard of patient care
Monitoring temperatures of the drugs and devices you use every day is the only way to ensure their efficacy. With over three decades of experience in temperature monitoring for sensitive biologics, Temptime gives you the proven processes and state-of-the-art technology you need to give you confidence in the medications you administer to patients as well as comply with state regulations and industry accreditation agencies such as CAAS. Learn more from infographics, videos, success stories and more in EMS Resources.
Temperature Monitoring for EMS
24/7 wireless solutions for EMS vehicles, bays and storage facilities
Our family of portable, Bluetooth®-enabled sensors and technology monitor the temperature and protect the efficacy of the critical, life-saving medication you use every day.
Easily meet state, CAAS and industry accreditation requirements
In addition to complying with state regulations, many EMS providers seek to earn accreditation from various agencies such as the Commission on Accreditation of Ambulance Services (CAAS) and the Commission on Accreditation of Medical Transport Systems (CAMTS)—all of which have requirements around monitoring medication temperatures in storage.
Data Capture and Storage
Simple to install, program and customize to your needs
Our hardware and software is easily tailored and fully supported to meet the specific workflow and fleet configuration of your operation. Temperatures from one or more sensors are automatically recorded and uploaded to the cloud for storage.
Reliable, Automated Temperature Monitoring Solutions for CAAS Certification
In 2019, Walton County Fire Rescue began working toward earning certification from the Commission on Accreditation of Ambulance Services (CAAS). Among requirements for certification is the ability to verify that medication stored in stations and carried in emergency vehicles have stayed within the appropriate temperature range.
Giving Front Line Crews Confidence with Best Practices for Monitoring Medication Temperatures
In addition to complying with CAAS and state regulations, Shaun Curtis—Support Services Manager for MedStar—says it’s essential that his crews know they have what they need to deliver the best possible patient care. That’s when he started looking into a more accurate, seamless way to monitor the temperatures of medications carried on MedStar ambulances.
Lessons Learned in Drug Temperature Monitoring
A branch of Clemson University’s Department of Public Safety, the school’s Fire and Emergency Medical Services, helps create a safe campus environment for students,
faculty, staff and visitors. After the South Carolina Department of Health and Environment Control revised their medication storage regulations in June of 2016 – Clemson Fire & EMS began searching for a practical and efficient way to monitor and track the
We can help take the guesswork out of EMS medication temperature exposures