Infographic: TransTracker Indicators – Placement Matters

Including a TransTracker in outgoing medication shipments gives your patients peace of mind with an easy-to-read visual cue of whether medication has gotten too hot ...
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Flow diagram of home infusion medication

Infographic: Home Infusion Therapy

Learn how to accurately monitor infusion medication temperature and humidity in this infographic - to give both patients and infusion personnel peace of mind that ...
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Infographic: Was Blood Temperature Maintained during Transport?

See how blood temperature indicators can be attached directly to blood bags to help maintain quality control during temporary storage and transport. Safe-T-Vue 10 changes ...
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How it works: EMS Temperature Monitoring

Temptime's family of Bluetooth®-enabled sensors and technology help you ensure the critical, life-saving medication you use every day stays in the right temperature range. Here's ...
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Partnership with EMSGrantsHelp.com

Providing assistance for EMS, paramedic and public health grant applications Recognizing the financial barriers some EMS organizations may face in implementing critical temperature monitoring technology ...
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Experts in EMS Share Insights on Monitoring Medication and Blood Temperatures

In late 2020, Temptime sponsored a special webinar - Top Tips for EMS Professionals: Monitoring medication and blood product temperatures for better patient care and ...
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Greatest Cold Chain Challenges for Specialty Pharmacies

This is the third and last in our special series of articles summarizing discussions between panelists in the Temptime-sponsored webinar – The Science Behind the ...
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URAC 4.0 and Package Performance Qualification Testing

This is the second in our special series of articles summarizing discussions between panelists in the Temptime-sponsored webinar – The Science Behind the Cold Chain ...
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CAAS and CAMTS Accreditation: How USP Good Distribution Practices Come into Play

The business of emergency medical services is all about saving lives. That includes having the best-trained staff and most current technology and equipment to ensure ...
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The Why and How of Monitoring Medication Onboard EMS Vehicles

For fire and rescue operations, everything comes down to ensuring the best patient outcomes. Having well-trained staff as well as current technology and equipment is ...
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Are your packages keeping their cool when they need to?

Whether for URAC compliance, network participation or ongoing quality assurance — third-party Package Performance Qualification (PPQ) delivers. Here's how it works. Phase 1: Package Evaluation ...
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Safe-T-Vue® Temperature Indicators are AABB Standards-Compliant

In late 2019, Safe-T-Vue® 6 and Safe-T-Vue® 10 became the first (and currently only) blood temperature indicators to earn the AABB’s new ‘Standards-Compliant’ seal of ...
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Temperature monitoring of pharmacy medication distribution

Central Pharmacies and Drug Supply Chain Management

Many healthcare organizations and hospitals today are moving to centralized pharmacy operations. That’s because centralizing drug distribution can help reduce costs and improve efficiency – ...
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A Celebration of VVM

"Book of VVM" signing by Dr. Umit Kartaglu The evolution of the VVM has been a long one, starting more than 40 years ago. This ...
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URAC v 4.0 is Here – Changes to Performance Qualification Testing

In late 2019, URAC revised its Specialty Pharmacy standard to v 4.0.  While there were a number of updates, one in particular could have a ...
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Validation of Blood Temperature Indicators

Comparison of Three Temperature Probe Placements By Marielle Smith, Technical Service Scientist Marielle Smith,Technical Service Scientist A study was performed to highlight the differences observed ...
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Improper Storage of Vaccines Reduces Their Effectiveness

Recently, there has been a lot of news in the United States about vaccines. An outbreak of measles in Washington has drawn national attention to ...
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Mail-Order Meds NPR Story

News Story: Making the Case for Visual Indicators in “Mail-Order” Meds

Delivering medication to a patient’s home is a win-win. It’s convenient for busy people and can save them on co-pays. It also improves efficiency and ...
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Thermal Profile Summer Packout Specialty Medications

Thermal Shipping Technologies: The Cold Hard Facts

Summary Several years ago, we asked an independent testing lab to source the five most commonly used packaging technologies used by specialty pharmacies and evaluate ...
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AIM & GS1 Introduce New Technical Specification

News & Press from Advancing Identification Matters (AIM): 17 January 2019 Learn more in this Press Release from AIM, about a new sensor technical specification ...
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Learning More About Bacterial Growth in RBCs After Room Temperature Exposure

Poster Presentation by American Red Cross at AABB 20181 At the recent AABB Annual Meeting in Boston, a poster presented by the American Red Cross ...
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USP Chapter 1079 and EMS Accreditation: What you need to know

Breaking down USP Good Distribution Practices for EMS Your business is all about saving lives. That includes having the best trained staff and most current ...
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Co-Founder Ted Prusik Wins Inventor of the Year Award

Temptime Corporation, the world’s leading provider of time-temperature indicators to the health care industry, announced today that its co-founder and Senior Vice President Ted Prusik ...
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3 Things You Need to Know

About Blood Temperature Indicators Do you trust a product to protect your blood supplies that may "auto activate?" Would you be discarding expensive blood products ...
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Does the “30-minute rule” still apply?

Making sense of storage, transport, time and temperature Recent conversations on PathLab Talk surrounding the 30-minute rule are drawing new attention from blood banks, whose ...
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Use of Indicators to Verify Maintenance of Appropriate Temperature for Returned Red Blood Cells

Authors: Nicole Walker, Wilma Haughton, Kathy Fryia, Gwen Clarke Royal Alexandria Hospital, Misericordia Community Hospital, Dynacare Kasper Medical Laboratories Background All blood products must be ...
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