Bluesight for Controlled Substances Takes Top Score for Emerging Solutions in New KLAS Report

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Leading healthcare IT analyst firm KLAS today published its inaugural drug diversion monitoring solution report. We are thrilled to announce that Bluesight for Controlled Substances received top marks, earning a rating of 93.2* out of 100! KLAS’s “Drug Diversion Monitoring 2019, An Early Look at Emerging Vs. Established Technology” highlights hospitals and health systems’ need for drug diversion monitoring technology, … Read More

Kit Check’s Agreement with Vizient Extended in Multi-Year Contract, Providing Better Visibility in Drug Diversion and Medication Tracking

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WASHINGTON (October 3, 2019) — Kit Check, the leader in automated medication management solutions for hospitals, today announced that Vizient has extended its agreement with the company for its Bluesight for Controlled Substances (BCS) as well as Kit Check’s kit and tray processing system. Vizient is the nation’s leading health care performance improvement company serving more than 50% of the … Read More

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Kit Check Takes the Top Spot In Latest PP&P Med Tray Survey

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Pharmacy Purchasing & Products’ 14th Annual State of Pharmacy Automation issue is out, and for the third year in a row Kit Check takes the top spot in the Medication Tray Management category! Once again, Kit Check is the leading vendor in the category with nearly 60%, compared to 15% for the nearest competitor. Among facilities that have not yet … Read More

Kit Check’s Bluesight for Controlled Substances™ Recognized by KLAS as Leading Emerging Solution for Drug Diversion Monitoring

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Bluesight for Controlled Substances heralded in industry report, earns rating of 93.2 out of 100 WASHINGTON (August 20, 2019) — Kit CheckTM, the leader in automated medication management solutions for hospitals, today announced that its Bluesight for Controlled Substances (Bluesight) diversion prevention and controlled substance management solution has been recognized by leading analyst firm KLAS Research in its next-generation solution … Read More

Meet the Kit Check Pharmacists

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From day one, Kit Check has been committed to making pharmacy-first product innovations. Our flagship RFID medication management system was born out of a dinner conversation Kit Check CEO and co-founder Kevin MacDonald had with a pharmacist friend. Since then, we have been designing products based on interactions with pharmacy and healthcare professionals every day. We have four pharmacists on … Read More

New Bluesight for Controlled Substances Feature: Investigation Portfolios

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We are excited to announce the launch of our newest feature for the Bluesight for Controlled Substances (BCS) medication tracking and diversion risk detection platform: Investigation Portfolios. Designed to support ASHP investigation guidelines, the Investigations Portfolio dashboard allows hospital diversion teams to collaborate with each other throughout the process, ensuring thorough, unbiased investigations and adherence to established procedures. Many hospitals … Read More

Kit Check Announces the Latest Bluesight for Controlled Substances Feature, Investigation Portfolios

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Workflow collaboration tool helps hospitals locate possible diverters with accuracy Washington DC, June 25, 2019 — Kit Check, the leader in automated medication management solutions for hospitals, today announced the addition of a new feature to its Bluesight for Controlled Substances (BCS) medication tracking and diversion risk detection platform: Investigation Portfolios. Bluesight for Controlled Substances’ Investigation Portfolios tool was designed … Read More

Kit Check Partners with Sandoz to Help Improve Drug Administration Safety

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We are thrilled to announce our commercial and supply agreement with Sandoz that will allow Sandoz generic injectable products to operate out of the box in any Kit Check customer site without any additional labor. Kit Check and Sandoz will provide a complete solution for manufacturers and contract manufacturing organizations (CMOs) that want to implement RFID tagging in facilities that … Read More

Kit Check and Sandoz agree to a commercialization collaboration that helps improve hospital medication administration safety

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Implementation of Kit Check RFID technology enables accuracy and visibility of hospital medications, from the production line to the patient Washington DC, June 27, 2019 — Kit Check, the leader in automated medication management solutions for hospitals, along with Sandoz, a Novartis division, today announced a commercialization and supply agreement that will allow Sandoz generic injectable products to operate out … Read More

‘Works With Kit Check’ Helps Hospitals Drive Toward the Next Generation of Drug Tracking

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Last December we were thrilled to announce “Works with Kit Check” – a program that certifies hospital solutions that are compatible with Kit Check’s pharmacy kit management software. Since the original announcement, we have seen tremendous interest throughout the pharmacy community. Now, we are looking to expand the reach and diversity of the program so more organizations receive this certification … Read More

Kit Check Brings Next-Generation Medication Tracking Mainstream with FDA Pilot

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Pilot looks to implement tech that improves the tracking of powerful drugs and interoperability of software throughout the supply chain Group initiative brings together industry leaders such as Nephron Pharmaceuticals, Sandoz, Coral Gables Hospital and Hackensack University Medical Center Washington DC, June 11, 2019 — Kit Check, the leader in automated medication management solutions for hospitals, today announced the acceptance … Read More

Webinar: The Diversion Gap and What to Do About It

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Kit Check’s Clinical Solutions Specialist AJ Rivosecchi, Pharm.D., recently held a webinar to discuss what we call the diversion gap—the space between controlled substance dispense activity and documentation where inventory can go missing. Hosted by IHFDA, the webinar covers key findings from our 2018 Hospital Pharmacy Operations Report, especially as they relate to the opioid crisis. AJ discusses the need … Read More