Save time, reduce errors, see it all.
Kit Check’s automated medication tray and cart management system saves up to 96% of restocking time and reduces error rates to zero, compared to manual processes. Manage your pharmacy inventory throughout the hospital in crash carts, dispensing cabinets, anesthesia workstations, the OR, and more. With Kit Check, managing hospital medication shortages and recalls is much faster and easier.
Increase visibility, decrease risk, take action.
Bluesight for Controlled Substances gives you item-level visibility into the data from your ADCs, the EMR, and other systems, and conducts 100% hospital pharmacy audits in real-time, all driven by data science analytics. This controlled substance tracking and drug diversion detection solution surfaces anomalous behavior patterns throughout the hospital to allow you to get ahead of possible risks.
Hospital Analytics Solutions
All Kit Check products include detailed analytics, tracking, reports, and dashboards to provide pharmacies with a true look into medication inventory stock, usage and staff behavior. Our healthcare analytics solutions take the guesswork out of parsing all the data from your medication tracking systems.
Our Great Customers
Since 2011, Kit Check has helped more than 400 hospitals decrease spend, maximize inventory, and free up staff to focus on clinical care. We’ve tracked 40 million medications, saved thousands of FTE hours, and helped keep the focus where it should be — on patient care.
UMMC came to Kit Check in 2012 seeking a better and safer way to restock pharmacy kits and track expiration dates. We’re very proud that our partnership is still going strong!
Preventing drug diversion was a clear priority, but identifying incidents was like looking for a needle in a haystack. Bluesight for Controlled Substances helped CHKD pinpoint possible outliers.
The Solutions You Need
How Can We Help YOU
Free up hospital staff and budget from time-consuming but important day-to-day tasks, shifting the focus to compliance, safety, and better clinical care. Where do you need help?