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Importance of Temperature Monitoring

For many aspects of life, having a good system in place is instrumental for success. Consider health and fitness goals, for example: achieving such ambitions often requires a systematic approach that includes meal planning, scheduled exercise, and accountability checkpoints. Or, think about the difficulty in managing personal or business finances without a system for budgeting, […]

Celebrating World Laboratory Day

Children often enjoy asking adults about what life was like for them growing up. After hearing such stories, kids frequently end up feeling thankful for much of their own lives. Periodically pondering one’s current life in comparison to the past can be good practice for adults as well. For instance, consider the profound impact that […]

Empowering Facilities with Checkpoints

Isensix delivers wireless, real-time environmental data to a variety of facilities, catering to a range of usages. Recognizing every customer has unique requirements, Isensix excels at providing an array of features that address the needs of each individual application. One such option is checkpoints. In the Isensix system, checkpoints help each facility take some ownership […]

Maintaining Optimal Temperatures

Clinical, research, and healthcare facilities constantly work to maintain environmental conditions—settings that, when not effectively monitored, can jeopardize the quality and integrity of these facilities’ valuable products and assets. At Isensix, we understand that ensuring intended temperatures or environmental conditions are maintained is essential for correct product storage, proper lab conditions, and more. Guardian by […]

What Does 2024 Hold for Isensix

Since its start over 20 years ago, Isensix has become an industry leader in environmental temperature monitoring by innovating healthcare and research facilities with advanced and versatile monitoring systems. Tom Stawicki, President of Isensix, offered reflections on the past year and shared both goals and expected challenges for the company in 2024. What lessons were […]

Meet the Team Member: Amie Leo

Our employees are our best asset, and they deserve a spotlight in our blogs every now and then. So, we will occasionally feature employees in our “Meet the Team Member” blogs. It’s an opportunity to get to know the dedicated people behind our name. For our first team member spotlight, we sat down with Customer […]

A Time to Give Thanks

In the same way that Valentine’s Day is associated with love, or Halloween means costumes and candy, Thanksgiving is linked with gratitude. As we embrace this season of thankfulness, Isensix takes a moment to express our profound appreciation for the people, experiences, and opportunities that have played an instrumental role in shaping us into a […]

Customer Spotlight: University Hospitals

University Hospitals is a renowned academic medical center and community hospital network, covering the entire northeast region of Ohio, from Sandusky to Conneaut all the way to Ashland. University Hospitals serves the needs of its patients through an integrated network of 21 hospitals (including five joint ventures), more than 50 health centers and outpatient facilities, […]

Risks of Intermittent Environmental Monitoring

In the intricate world of laboratories, blood banks, hospitals, and other temperature-sensitive environments, precision and reliability are paramount. Temperature monitoring is a non-negotiable factor that directly impacts the safety and integrity of critical substances. Yet all too often, facilities rely on equipment with basic temperature sensors that are relatively inaccurate and prone to either misreading […]

5 Benefits of Real-Time Environmental Monitoring

Monitoring environmental conditions of medicine, blood, and chemicals is integral for maintaining high levels of product quality, for safeguarding operations, and for protecting facilities of all kinds. Traditionally, this data has been gathered manually, with staff taking daily readings from sensors to confirm that systems and instruments are operating correctly. But this approach has limitations: […]