Integrated Solutions. Bringing Simplicity, Visibility, and Predictability to a World of Care
From the manufacturer to the hospital pharmacy to the patient, Kit Check® is here to help you gain full visibility into medication management through our range of industry-leading automation tools.
We bring visibility, simplicity, and predictability to the complex world of medication supply management.
We create groundbreaking Medication Intelligence solutions that provide item-level visibility, workflow simplicity and actionable analytics.
We empower stakeholders to deliver the right medicine, to the right patient at the right time, every time.
Kit Check invents RFID kit processing after extensive R&D
During a conversation over dinner with a hospital pharmacist friend, Kevin MacDonald, co-founder and CEO, was shocked by the inefficiencies and manual processes required of a busy clinician. His friend lamented the days-long restocking processes and need for a pharmacist to pick up and read the label of every single vial leaving the pharmacy in a medication kit. With his background in RFID technology, Kevin realized there must be an easier way.
Kit Check powered by Bluesight® is implemented at the University of Maryland Medical Center and NYU Langone.
- Safecor partners with Kit Check to supply pre-tagged medications, saving technician time in the tagging process.
- Pre-filled syringes pre-tagged with Kit Check compatible RFID labels, are introduced in conjunction with 503b outsourcing facilities.
Today hundreds of pre-tagged NDCs are available from every major 503b outsourcing facility.
- Kit Check expands functionality to automated dispensing cabinet (ADC) liners; creates central distribution workflow for medication tray replenishment.
- Kit Check introduces Network Recall feature that tracks recalls entered by Kit Check users and alerts other hospitals in the Kit Check network that may have that item in their inventory.
Kit Check introduces Bluesight® for Controlled Substances
Kit Check had been tracking controlled substances in narcotic or controlled substances kits since the initial RFID-based product launch. Pharmacists quickly recognized the need to have more accurate tracking of the distribution and use of controlled medications. An early site used Kit Check data to trace the origin of a diversion event based on the system’s knowledge of the item’s location, provider use, and history.
Born of this hospital collaboration, is Bluesight for Controlled Substances, a cloud-based software solution that provides comprehensive audit coverage of all controlled substances distributed from Automated Dispensing Cabinets (ADCs) and charted in the patient’s Electronic Medical Record (EMR).
- Kit Check introduces the Individual Risk Identification Score (IRIS) dashboard for Bluesight for Controlled Substances, allowing hospitals to see clinicians who are a significant risk for diversion based on analogous behavior patterns from their peer group.
- Kit Check partners with Nephron Pharmaceuticals to embed RFID tags in their full line of prefilled syringe products.
- Kit Check partners with Omnicell to offer Bluesight for Controlled Substances as a module of the Omnicell One platform.
- Kit Check collaborates with Sandoz – our first generic pharmaceutical manufacturer – to bring select medications to market that are RFID-enabled at the point of production.
- Kit Check reaches 100 million medications tagged milestone – at OhioHealth Grant Hospital with a 10 ml vial of Sodium Chloride 0.9%.
- Kit Check joins the DoseID industry consortium as a founding member to bring standardization and interoperability to RFID across the healthcare space.
- Kit Check launches a newly redesigned Mobile Pharmacy to bring restocking on wheels to the OR.
Kit Check launches Bluesight Insights™ to automate drug spend optimization
As experts in item-level visibility Kit Check launches Bluesight Insights, simplifying pharmacy stocking with real-time insights into drug pricing, drug availability, GPO compliance, and 340B regulations — helping pharmacy buyers make smart decisions to benefit their hospital.
Kit Check’s suite of leading-edge integrated Medication Intelligence™ solutions are designed to help hospitals gain visibility into the entire medication lifecycle with actionable analytics — ensuring simplicity, visibility, and predictability at every stage.
Medication Intelligence is at the core of everything we do. We believe too much time is spent operating the medication supply chain and not enough time is focused on clinical care. We believe the root of these problems is that systems in use today do not understand enough about the medications they are handling – where they are, where they came from and what they cost. We believe in a world where a smart item can reinvent the supply chain and automate out the drudgery, so that patients get the right drug at the right time for the right price.
Kit Check powered by Bluesight
Our automated, RFID-enabled medication management system helps hospital pharmacies gain better visibility into medication usage to increase efficiencies, save money and improve patient care.
Bluesight for Controlled Substances
Bluesight for Controlled Substances uses industry-leading machine learning to provide comprehensive audit coverage of all controlled substance doses across pharmacy, nursing, OR, and perioperative environments, to prevent diversion.
Kit Check solutions are designed to make healthcare providers’ day to day easier. Our Clinical Team brings their combined decades of hospital pharmacy experience and makes sure everything we do is optimized to meet that goal!
Dr. Doug Zurawski
Doug Zurawski currently serves as Senior Vice President, Clinical Strategy at Kit Check, the leader in automated and intelligent medication management solutions. His goal is to dramatically improve the efficiency and safety of handling and tracking medications in hospitals. Zurawski spent the first 10 years of his career on the provider-side of healthcare serving in various health-system pharmacy leadership positions in Iowa and Michigan. The second 10 years of his career were spent in sales and marketing, sales management, and product development on the healthcare pharmacy technology division of McKesson and for technology start-up ForHealth Technologies, the world’s first provider of robotic automation for the compounding of IV admixtures in hospitals. In addition, Dr. Zurawski has experience as an independent consultant to hospitals and health systems in a variety of capacities, including IT, bedside point-of-care scanning, computerized physician order entry and pharmacy operations. He holds a Pharm.D. and serves as an educator and adjunct faculty member at the University of Michigan and University of Maryland Eastern Shore Colleges of Pharmacy.
AJ completed his undergraduate studies and Pharmacy school at the University of Pittsburgh, graduating Summa Cum Laude with a Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) degree. He has over 10 years of hospital pharmacy experience, most recently serving as the Manager of Pharmacy Operations for UPMC St. Margaret Hospital in Pittsburgh where he championed many process improvement projects including implementing a controlled substance diversion monitoring program in conjunction with nursing leadership. AJ was active in Health System Pharmacy Operations planning and initiatives including policy review and development, chairing the UPMC Pharmacy Operations Finance committee and serving on the Health System Pharmacy Operations Construction and Diversion committees. AJ has extensive experience in all aspects of health system pharmacy operations, controlled substance management, coordinating diversion investigations, peri-operative pharmacy services and pharmacy automation.
Scott has worked in hospital pharmacy since the early 2000s and held many roles in that time including Oncology, Pediatrics, Midnights, Adult Inpatient Pharmacy PIC, Controlled Vault PIC, & Supply Chain Management to name a few. I graduated from Shenandoah University with a Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD).
Jennifer is a passionate pharmacy leader with 10+ years of experience creating pharmacy service lines. Most recently Jennifer served as the Clinical Coordinator for Loyola University Medicine – MacNeal Hospital in Berwyn, IL with a primary practice area in Emergency Medicine. As a coordinator, one of her many responsibilities included reviewing and trending hospital-wide medication safety errors and collaboratively working with other departments to create systems to prevent medication errors. She believes that information technology solutions are crucial to reducing medication errors and keeping our patients safe. She has received her Bachelors of Science degree in psychology from the University of Illinois, her PharmD from the University of Illinois at Chicago and her Masters of Science degree in Pharmacy focusing in Toxicology from the University of Florida. She has completed a postgraduate year one residency at the University of California at San Francisco and is a Board-Certified Clinical Pharmacy Specialist
Lauren Forni is the Director of Clinical Solutions for Kit Check, the leader in automated and intelligent medication management solutions. Lauren has 8 years of pharmacy management experience, most recently serving as the Assistant Director of Pharmacy Services at Brigham and Women’s Faulkner Hospital. She is passionate about modernizing health systems through innovation and technology solutions to empower clinicians and improve patient care. Lauren has expertise in improving strategic, operational, and financial performance within a health system and has extensive knowledge of pharmacy supply chain, pharmacy operations, informatics and information systems, 340B, and drug diversion.
What Our Clients Are Saying
Makes my job so much easier! I have worked in a hospital without Kit Check before, and it required a [full-time] technician to manually refill all the trays/boxes! To me, Kit Check is worth the expense, especially for the unusual amount of boxes this hospital’s pharmacy has.
Kit Check has been great to work with…and they want to help optimize your front-end operations as much as possible. They’re very responsive to feedback and willing to work with you.
Director of Pharmacy,
Before [implementing Bluesight for Controlled Substances], we were fighting fires, but could never be sure that they were the right ones. Having data from multiple sites all in one place and a report that is easy to read and understand is beneficial.
Pharmacy Support Manager,