Kit Check has signed up a number of distribution partners to make the ordering process for RFID tags just as easy as ordering other hospital pharmacy supplies. You can order tags directly from AmerisourceBergen, Cardinal Health or McKesson if that fits well with your standard purchasing practices. If you would prefer to order directly from Kit Check, that is an option as well. To receive more information about ordering tags from your preferred healthcare supply distributor, click on the logos below.
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Almost three thousand Premier affiliated hospitals can now purchase Kit Check with the confidence that comes with a recommendation by one of the nation’s top group purchasing organizations. Qualified hospitals can receive Kit Check’s pharmacy kit automation software and hardware free of charge and simply purchase RFID-based medication tags through their Premier contract. The solution is designed to deliver operational savings while enhancing safety and is already conveniently available through the top three medical supply wholesalers. Now Premier affiliated hospitals also have the choice to purchase through a pre-negotiated contract.
Adding RFID tags to vials is easy with Kit Check. It is even easier to have a third-party repackager apply tags for you. Safecor Health already conducts medication repackaging for over 800 hospitals throughout the United States. They can also apply Kit Check RFID tags to medications and ship them to your hospital pharmacy ready for use. After tagging, Safecor has a registered pharmacist check each vial for accuracy before shipment. Safecor has already added RFID tags to hundreds of thousands of medications for Kit Check users, proving the scalability and consistency of its processes.
Zebra Technologies is a global leader in label printing and RFID encoding solutions. Kit Check installs Zebra printers onsite for each hospital. To date, Zebra printers have been used to add RFID tags on over one million medication vials, proving its reliability in a healthcare setting. Kit Check is also a strategic partner in using Zebra’s new Zatar solution for remotely managing and supporting printers through a cloud-based infrastructure.