In this Bi-Weekly Issue
In this biweekly issue:
🌡 Temperature Log Database
🆒 Inspecting & Validating
🦺 Alternate Care Site – Modularized
🏥 Mobile ER – Modularized
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Learn | Practice | Improve
A) Vaccine Tracking Log Database
Please Share 🙏
There are many variations of vaccine temperature tracking logs, with no compiled database for ideas. You can help change that! If not proprietary, please share the form your entity uses to log vaccine temperatures by emailing them to email@example.com (personal/entity identification will be removed before sharing). As logs get received, they will be uploaded to a dedicated webpage that anyone can access, helping others like you in the future. Here is a Temp Tracking Log created by VeriCor staff.
News & Promotions
A) Cool Cube™ Care & Maintenance
How to inspect & validate coolers as they get older.
Eleven-year-old Cool Cube™ PCM coolers are still in the field and transporting valuable temperature-sensitive material (vaccine, blood, varicella, medicine, platelets, etc.). So, with a bit of care and a few helpful tips, you too can expect a long life from your Cool Cube™ PCM cooler. Click here to learn more about Cool Cube™ life expectancy and how to inspect and validate the cooler for years of use.
If you haven’t already, watch this 113-second explainer video to see the simplicity and effectiveness of Cool Cube™ PCM Coolers.
B) Expanded Patient Care
Alternate Care Site
To expand treatment outside hospital walls, you will need the right supplies and equipment on hand. VeriCor Alternate Care Site Systems already have that covered. You pick the type of treatment, and a system is built to your specs, ready for deployment. The Response-Friendly® philosophy ensures your patients will get care quickly. Learn more by either clicking the picture (or button) or calling 608-526-6901 to talk to an experienced VeriCor staff today.
C) Expanded Advanced Levels of Care
Mobile Emergency Room
FSTs (Forward Surgical Teams) are small, mobile surgical units in the United States Army. VeriCor revamped the concept into a mobile emergency room system specifically for health care coalition emergency preparedness. It supports advanced levels of care typically needed within the “golden hour” of injury during mass causality incidents. Learn more by either clicking the picture (or button) or calling 608-526-6901 to talk to an experienced VeriCor staff today.