Vaccine Program Management
Vaccines must be stored properly from the time they are manufactured until they are administered. The CDC considers proper storage and handling of vaccines to be one of the most important elements of vaccination programs as exposure of vaccines to temperatures outside the recommended ranges can decrease their potency and reduce the effectiveness and protection they provide. Storage and handling errors also cost significant amounts of money due to wasted vaccines. Vaccine management, including proper storage and handling procedures, is the basis on which good immunization practices are built.
A robust vaccine program management can help you streamline your temperature monitoring process while helping you comply with CDC, VFC and WHO guidelines and providing documentation for FDA regulations such as 21 CFR Part 11.
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