MedixSafe’s new whitepaper explores security options to keep narcotics safe in veterinarian clinics and animal hospitals.
(PRWEB) April 30, 2015
Memphis, TN: MedixSafe’s new whitepaper explores security options to keep narcotics safe in veterinarian clinics and animal hospitals. Selecting a method of controlling narcotics is an important decision for administrators. Achieving the desired results of authenticating and documenting access is the keystone in the decision making process. MedixSafe provides a system that requires methods of entry that permits the management of narcotics with the ability to make confident decisions when narcotics are missing and/or a discrepancy arises.
MedixSafe set a new standard for narcotics security when they introduced the ambulance trade’s first dual access security solution in 2009. The M1 Narcotics Locker incorporates both a proximity card reader and PIN pad. Later, the M2 Narcotics Locker was developed to integrate a fingerprint scanner, card reader, and PIN pad, allowing for the highest degree of individual accountability and assuring compliance with new, stricter regulations for automated record keeping.
Keys and PINs are no longer enough to ensure security and accountability for emergency narcotics access. 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. MedixSafe manufactures high-tech narcotics cabinets and lockers used by clinics, medical offices, small hospitals, and emergency vehicles.
For more information, contact MedixSafe online at medixsafe.com or toll free 1 (855) MEDIXSAFE
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