Temperature Monitoring Systems for Hospitals
- Eliminate Compliance Risk
- Release Valuable Human Resources
- N3 Cloud integration
- NHS Supply Chain
Today the CQC are focused on safe levels of care surrounding the correct storage of medicines within the whole hospital environment. CQC sates that “a trust must ensure that medicines prescribed to patients who use the service are stored, administered, recorded and disposed of safely”.
Often expensive, qualified staff are delegated to execute this mundane task, when an automated system monitoring temperature-controlled products real-time 24/7 is a better solution – and cost effective.
The guidelines for temperature monitoring systems for hospitals are becoming increasingly robust and, with each clinical department within the healthcare and hospital environment being subject to its own regulatory framework, management needs to deliver better patient care against a backdrop of cost efficiency needs and growing compliance demands.
It’s vital that an alert or alarm is brought to your attention by a trained member of Tutela’s staff, a text that can be deleted, an email can be erased or hit an out of office reply. Only Tutela has an alarm activated call list, which is escalated if contact is not made, protecting patients and staff.
A comprehensive regimen of temperature monitoring and accurate record-keeping is the cornerstone of the compliance strategy for every hospital or healthcare facility to become fully compliant with all national regulatory bodies including MHRA, FDA, and NHS. Temperature monitoring protocols must deliver full compliance spanning all clinical disciplines whether pharmacy, blood, plasma, or laboratories such as Pathology or Biochemistry.
Because Tutela is also the only NHS Supply Chain operator offering temperature monitoring systems approved for N3 Cloud integration, our NHS customers enjoy the least disruptive installation process to deliver the perfect balance of compliance and price performance. More about Tutela Monitoring Systems specifically for the NHS.
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