Increasingly, regulatory authorities demand more detail of the activities of any institution operating in the field of life sciences, healthcare and clinical research for good reasons. But the burden it places on valuable human resources to monitor and maintain records that build an authoritative audit trail can be very cost-inefficient.
Tutela temperature monitoring systems deployed in Pharmacy and healthcare form a reassuring foundation on which to build the correct management of expensive drugs, bloods and medicines.
Automated monitoring, backed by real time excursion alarms from real people, empower busy staff to satisfy all regulatory requirements and audits with rock solid data history and full traceability.
In Life Sciences, Tutela monitoring systems protect often years of priceless research work. Automated monitoring and real time alarming enable research directors to focus on more on research outcomes. They rely on Tutela to manage the efficacy of crucial cell lines, drug development and research work, and prevent the loss or destruction of critical reference banks of biological materials in storage.
Not only does the Tutela tracking data platform gives advanced warning of any potential threats to the compliance of the inventory, it provides unparalleled insight into the whole monitored environment.
Though a series of powerful yet intuitive web-based interfaces, performance information at Trust, hospital, unit plant and even equipment brand level can be used to support decision making to improve processes, purchasing and efficiency.
The rising value of inventory for example in a hospital pharmacy, refrigerated warehousing, plasma centres or blood banks is such that a fail-safe remote monitoring system is needed to ensure that you prevent loss at all point in the cold chain management.
Compliance is not going to get any easier – and an automated remote monitoring system with real time alarming is the long term answer in delivering the level of detail to provide a rock-solid audit trail and to prevent costly inventory loss.
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