Perpetual and accurate monitoring and recording of temperature control information have long since become integral to numerous laboratory operations and the regulations that guide them. Monitoring and regulating temperatures in various laboratory devices that store valuable reagents and specimens has increased both in value and importance, and this is reflected in the increased utilization of temperature monitoring technology. As clinical laboratories continue to grow in scope and size, assurance that your temperature parameters are being maintained in a strict and compliant manner is one less thing to worry about. Thus, continued investment in robust temperature monitoring systems is essential.
The number of facilities utilizing automated temperature monitoring continues its positive trend this year with 64% of facilities now on board.
Facilities of all sizes are taking advantage of automated temperature monitoring, with specific growth in 101-200 bed facilities.