Delivering medication by postal or shipping service is convenient for your patients – but there are some risks with exposure to extreme temperatures. Learn more in this video.
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Scholarly article explores solutions for ensuring ‘last mile’ efficacy of critical COVID-19 vaccines once they become available in shipping to ensure wide distribution and minimize wastage. Introduction by Umit Kartoglu, MD, DPH.
For EMS organizations working toward accreditation – learn more in this post about procedures and tools for monitoring the temperature of medication in storage and vehicles.
Learn more about proper temperature ranges for medication and how to continually monitor temperatures to be assured that it remains effective and stable life-saving treatment of patients.
Whether for URAC compliance, network participation or ongoing quality assurance — third-party Package Performance Qualification (PPQ) delivers. Learn how it works in this infographic.
In late 2019, URAC revised its standards for specialty and mail-order pharmacies, including new requirements around PQ testing. Learn more about the phases and process of PQ testing.
An essential part of delivering quality patient care is making sure that medication remains within the appropriate temperature range to maintain its efficacy.
On December 19, 2019, Temptime welcomed ‘VVM heroes’ and hosted a book signing for author Dr. Umit Kartoglu.
URAC v 4.0 has expanded on requirements around Performance Qualification (PQ) testing. Read more about the two key differences that may affect your medication shipment practices.
Recent news in the United States about vaccines and an outbreak of measles in Washington has drawn national attention to the topic. Here we share an article from USA Today
This collection of articles focuses on the impact of “poor handling” on temperature-sensitive medications and biologic products in the hospital or pharmacy, during transport and in patients’ homes.
Delivering medication to a patient’s home is a win-win. But patients do have concerns, as highlighted in this recent news article from NPR.
Heat/Summer and Cold/Winter testing performed by an independent lab on the five most commonly used packaging technologies for specialty pharmacies medication shipments reveals possible gaps in the cold chain.
Zebra Technologies Corporation announced January 28, 2019 that it intends to acquire Temptime, advancing Zebra’s integration of smart supplies into their Enterprise Asset Intelligence vision.