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Maximising medical inventory protection at Milton Keynes Hospital

With Milton Keynes University Hospital’s commitment to
quality and efficiency, they sought to acquire a wireless remote temperature monitoring system that would meet the compliance requirements of ISO 15089, free up resources and reduce cost

The below content was written prior to May 2020 when Checkit launched a new website. This coincided with the use of updated terminology for solutions, concepts and company names. The companies Tutela, Axon and Next Control Systems are now Checkit. Checkit’s Real-time Operations Management is now referred to as Connected Workflow Management, Tutela solutions are now referred to as Automated Monitoring +, and Axon/Next Control Systems solutions are now referred to as Connected Building Management.

Maximising Inventory Protection with a Wireless Remote Temperature Monitoring System

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