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New Mexico VA Health Care System Selects Sensotech Wireless Temperature Monitoring System

NMVAHCS improves safety and regulatory compliance and increases operational efficiency by selecting Sensotech cutting edge wireless monitoring system to monitor its main hospital, clinics, healthcare, and medical and research facilities.

(PRWEB) December 29, 2009 -- NMVAHCS improves safety and regulatory compliance and increases operational efficiency by selecting Sensotech cutting edge wireless monitoring solution to monitor its main hospital, clinics, healthcare, and medical and research facilities. Simi Valley, CA Dec 26, 2009 -- The NMVAHCS has selected Sensotech over the existing wireless temperature monitoring systems and data loggers due to its scalability, compliance, reporting capability and for its zero cost infrastructure models. They needed a system that is simple, secure, non subscription based or hosted, and that offers a comprehensive reporting capability. In addition, Sensotech can meet future expansion needs of the NMVAHCS.

Before Sensotech, healthcare facilities had limited options. They either had to use an antiquated hardware/software based system (client server technology) that runs on a 20 year old platform, or a web based system that is hosted or subscription based with major security concerns. With the web hosting solution data resides outside of the facilities’ private networks and fire walls therefore the vendor becomes the sole custodian and has to be trusted to protect the data!
Healthcare facilities now have a better choice. With its patent pending and breakthrough embedded technology, Sensotech raises the bar on current and available wireless temperature monitoring technologies on the market.
The embedded system does not require any software installation or external servers, thereby reducing the total cost of infrastructure and technology ownership. The comprehensive wireless temperature data logging, web reporting and monitoring system requires minimal IT support. The Sensotech solution allows for full web access and functionality and full control of data, without the security risks associated with outside hosting or HIPAA compliance. Sensotech Clients include FDA (US food and drug administration), Hospital Corporation of America, Kerr Drugs, United States Coast Guard, Catholic Health Care West, and United States Veteran Affairs. Sensotech is also the contracted supplier of Amerinet and The Pediatric Federation.

About Sensotech Sensotech is a market leader in RF and RFID environmental monitoring and environmental data loggers for healthcare, laboratories and the food industry. Sensotech provides a practical and comprehensive solution to meet the needs of clinical, pharmacy, nursing, laboratory, dietary, biomed, blood banks, vaccine clinics, and food services all in one integrated system. The system provides an array of alert notifications and ensures regulatory compliance for Joint Commission, FDA, HACCP, AABB and CAP. We are headquartered in Simi Valley, CA. For more information please visit us at


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