MedixSafe Introduces New M2 Ambulance Narcotics Cabinet

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The M2 is the most advanced; dual access, drug security solution for Paramedics and Ambulance Services.

Memphis, TN: The MedixSafe M2 incorporates both fingerprint scanners and PIN pads, these technologies allow for the highest degree of individual accountability and automated recordkeeping – assuring compliance with new, stricter regulations.

Across the country, controlled substance inventory shrinkage is having a critical impact on patient care, staff integrity, liability, and the bottom line. This has led to regulatory demands for an access audit trail. MedixSafe offers unique, field-tested security technologies to meet those demands to keep narcotics safe.

Narcotics cabinets are commonly called; narcotics safes, medicine lockers, medicine lock boxes, narcotics lockers, drug boxes, and knox boxes. These are often no more than a cabinet with a lock and key or use a keypad where anyone can steal the access code by watching it entered. However, keys or PIN numbers alone are no longer enough to ensure security and accountability for emergency narcotics access.

Requiring two different credentials for entry is more secure and for many it is becoming local law. The MedixSafe M2 combines the security and ease of scanning a fingerprint with the power and efficiency of remote network administration – enforcing authorized access and tracing access with unprecedented accountability. Administrators can remotely manage and monitor any number of mobile units. Each unit can store up to 5,000 events and serve up to 500 users.

In an emergency where seconds really count; the 1-touch, 1-second employee recognition of M2 fingerprint reader can give medics and patients peace of mind. The reader’s optical sensor is durable and highly accurate and includes an option for smart cards.

MedixSafe is proud offer the M2Narcotics Cabinet and for a limited time is offering a 30-day, no cost, risk free trial. Find them on the internet at


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