An essential part of delivering quality patient care is making sure that medication remains within the appropriate temperature range to maintain its efficacy.
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Learn how TotalWellness minimized the risk of financial loss and product waste with immediate notification of temperature events using W-200 wireless monitoring.
AON Pharmacy’s rapid growth and expansion into all 50 U.S. states compelled them to pursue PQ testing using Temptime’s EDGE PQ services – and quickly learned that their packouts were getting the job done.
In this Case Study, learn why within three months of launching the specialty pharmacy division, Preveon Specialty began including a LIMITmarker with all their heat-sensitive medications, even if transit time was as little as 30 minutes.
Monitoring temperatures on their fleet of 63 ambulances gives MedStar Mobile Healthcare confidence in the efficacy of medications administered to their patients, and avoids unnecessary waste.
Testing actual in-use conditions has given Clemson Fire & EMS the insight they were looking for to make adjustments to their processes and equipment to better fulfill their mission. The EDGE monitoring system provides continued medication temperature monitoring…
In this white paper authored by USSC Pharmacist in Charge, Marlette Oelofsen, CSP, learn more about the testing performed and processes implemented for USSC’s temperature sensitive medication shipments. Best practices are shared to assist other specialty pharmacies evaluating their own operations.
“Both physicians and patients have told us how much they appreciate the extra measures we take to give them peace of mind with at-a-glance confirmation that medications have remained viable throughout shipping…” Read more…
SMP Pharmacy Solutions ships approximately 10,000 prescriptions monthly, many to South America and the Caribbean. Learn how they use Temptime temperature indicators to help assure safe shipment of products, critical to SMP focus on patient care and quality.