Wireless temperature sensors and patient-friendly indicators designed for specialty pharmacies

From monitoring medication temperatures onsite, to delivering peace-of-mind to patients, to Package Performance Qualification (PPQ) testing for URAC accreditation – Temptime’s team of seasoned specialty pharmacy experts will help you evaluate your current packaging solution and design a temperature monitoring solution that best meets the needs of you and your patients.

S400 wireless sensor communicating with a phone app

PPQ Testing

Two phase third-party testing delivers detailed time and temperature data for critical insight into how packouts perform in different seasons and geographies.

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TransTracker being placed into a corrugated cooler package

TransTracker

Small, single-use temperature indicators that monitor heat, freeze or dual heat-freeze exposures of medication in shipping.

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Placing an S400 wireless sensor into a cooler

S-400 Wireless Sensor

A small single- or multi-use wireless sensor with a 12-month battery life that monitors temperatures from -30 to +70ºC.

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W-200 Wireless Sensor

A long-range wireless sensor that monitors medication temperatures and relative humidity in large production or storage facilities as well as refrigerators and freezers.

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Desktop app showing wireless sensor information and a map

Web & Mobile Apps

A mobile app allows users to set temperature monitoring preferences such as alarms, datalogging interval times and more. This is combined with a web app that provides access to data stored in the cloud for running performance analysis reports to meet accreditation or network participation requirements.

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LIMITmarker Heat Indicator

A single-use, adhesive-backed threshold indicator that can be applied directly to heat-sensitive medication packaging for an easy-to-read visual cue of immediate or delayed heat exposure.

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URAC 4.0

At the end of 2019, URAC implemented their updated standard for Specialty Pharmacies to v 4.0. One standard in particular expands the scope of PPQ testing required for accreditation. Learn more about why and how.

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