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
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
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
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
This week we come together to celebrate the bravery, compassion, and determination of nurses. There are currently more than four million nurses practicing in the United States, and they are some of the most trusted professionals across any industry. Amid today’s opioid epidemic, which has claimed the lives of over 70,000 Americans, the American Nurses Association (ANA) recognizes the critical … Read More
Kit Check, the leader in automated medication management solutions for hospitals, today announced the findings of its 2018 Hospital Pharmacy Operations Report, which surveyed pharmacy leaders affiliated with over 1,000 hospitals across the United States. The findings are published on the heels of a recent analysis of 1 million controlled substance cases which was executed utilizing Kit Check’s artificial intelligence solution for drug diversion, Bluesight for Controlled Substances.
Hospital pharmacy directors say drug shortage management was their top challenge in 2018. Other top issues include meeting requirements without increased budget, increasing pharmacy’s role in patient care, and drug diversion events. The fifth annual edition of the Hospital Pharmacy Operations Report (HPOR) captured insights from pharmacy leaders that impact over 1,000 hospitals. Over 75% of the respondents were directors … Read More
Kit Check, the leader in automated medication management solutions for hospitals, today announced new appointments to its leadership team to help foster the company’s continuous growth and increase its recognition amongst hospitals across the country. The appointments cement the company’s focus on improving medication management processes within the hospital as well as amplify their continued efforts to decrease drug diversion.
WASHINGTON – Kit Check, the leader in automated medication management solutions for hospitals, and Avery Dennison, a global leader in intelligent label solutions and the world’s largest UHF RFID partner, are partnering to work directly with drug manufacturers worldwide to apply RFID tags to medication packaging.
UNC Health Care comprises hospitals around the state of North Carolina, all operating around a Shared Services Center (SSC) in Durham. In a continuing effort to consolidate high-volume, non-clinical activities for better efficiency and patient care, UNC looked to Kit Check to help move pharmacy kit replenishment to the SSC. Centralizing this process made sense for a hub-and-spoke setup like … Read More
As a member of the Forbes Technology Council, Kevin MacDonald recently penned an article on how AI technology can prevent opioid theft for the website’s Innovation section. In the Forbes article, MacDonald explains the why preventing diversion is a difficult problem for hospitals and how artificial intelligence can help to solve it.
In a recent article, Healthcare Dive highlighted how Kit Check, Amazon, Cleveland Clinic, Optum and others are successfully implementing AI into healthcare solutions to cut costs and improve patient health. The healthcare AI technology market is expected to increase significantly according to market intelligence firm Tractica, reaching more than $34 billion in 2025, compared to just $2.1 billion in 2018. … Read More