TruMed System's Latest Succession of AccuVax Vaccine Management System
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TruMed System's Latest Succession of AccuVax Vaccine Management System

By Healthcare Tech Outlook | Monday, November 04, 2019

Jesper Ostergaard Jensen, President & CEO, Accuvax® Vaccine Management System

The upgraded model, AccuVax ES, builds upon the advantages AccuVax systems deliver to healthcare providers and add a refrigerated drawer.

FREMONT, CA: TruMed Systems, one of the fastest growing vaccine storage and handling business launched an upgraded model of the promising standard in vaccine management, AccuVax Vaccine Management System.

Featured among “Top 10 Pediatrics Solution Providers – 2019” by Healthcare Tech Outlook, AccuVax is a point-of-care supply management system, which supports product efficiency and practice objectives in immunizations. “We are committed to optimizing the last mile of the cold chain storage and revolutionizing inventory management to help practices address the challenges that they face when it comes to vaccines,” says Jesper Jensen, CEO and President, TruMed Systems.

The upgraded model, AccuVax ES, builds upon the advantages AccuVax systems deliver to healthcare providers and adds a refrigerated drawer. With the additional capability to store odd-shaped refrigerated products in the drawer, AccuVax ES fully eliminates the need for separate monitored refrigerators and freezers at family practices and primary care.

“Our latest enhancement to AccuVax continues our efforts to help protect and improve patient safety while lowering inventory costs for any practice;” states Jensen, “AccuVax ES safeguards vaccines with guaranteed temperature control, saves staff time for patient care, eliminates vaccine waste, and reduces medication errors,” he adds.

A few advantages of the new AccuVax ES Vaccine Management System comprise:

• Integrated drawer that facilitates practices to leverage AccuVax inventory and temperature control across all cold storage medications. For instance, larger syringes such as Prolia, Bicillin, Rhogam, Rsperdal, and odd-shaped drugs like DCA Hemoglobin.

• New-fangled, dedicated spaces for vaccines that are drawn up and refused, so they can be safely stored, dispensed, and tracked before expiry to additionally reduce vaccine waste and loss.  

•Large, high-resolution touch screen with innate user interface and workflows that make simpler vaccine management and mechanize VFC and CDC compliance.

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