Kit Check Announces “Works with Kit Check” Certification Program for Hospital Pharmacy Vendors

Ava MutchlerBlog, News, Press Release

The program, which includes nine launch partners, provides assurance of Kit Check compatibility with hospital solutions ANAHEIM, CA (December 3, 2018) – Kit CheckTM, the leader in automated medication management solutions for hospitals, today announced “Works with Kit Check ,” a new program that certifies which hospital solutions are compatible with Kit Check’s pharmacy kit management software. The program is designed … Read More

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Kit Check Closes the Diversion Gap with Launch of Bluesight IRIS and Reveals Which Hospital Employees Exhibit Behaviors Consistent with Controlled Substance Theft

Ava MutchlerBlog, News, Press Release

Leading Automated Medication Solutions Provider for Hospital Pharmacies Leverages Machine Learning to Enhance Diversion Identification and Curb Opioid Misuse in Hospitals WASHINGTON (October 1, 2018) – Kit Check, the leader in automated medication management solutions for hospitals, today announced the addition of Individual Risk Identification Score (IRIS) to its keystone medication diversion platform. The latest feature of Kit Check’s Bluesight … Read More

Kit Check is the Top Choice for Medication Tray Management

Tim Kress-SpatzNews

Manually restocking of pharmacy kits and trays is a tedious, time consuming, and error prone process. Many hospitals are turning to technology to help them improve efficiency and patient safety by automating the medication tray tracking and restocking process. Hospitals using these systems have noticed a marked decrease in the time spent on these critical tasks, a drastic drop in … Read More

Kit Check Announces New Controlled Medication Auditing Product for Hospitals

Jenny HarlettNews, Press Release

Bluesight for Controlled Substances Uses Powerful Prescriptive Intelligence Tools To Streamline Discrepancy Identification, Defend Against Drug Diversion Events WASHINGTON, DC – Kit Check announced the launch of a new solution designed to optimize medication auditing from cabinet to patient and safeguard against drug diversion events at hospitals. Bluesight for Controlled Substances (Bluesight CS) allows hospitals to leverage machine learning to manage and … Read More

Kit Check has a new CFO!

Kevin MacDonaldBlog, News

We are excited to announce that Kristyn Reed-Salow has joined the team as our new CFO. Read about why Kristyn is a great addition to the Kit Check family.

Kit Check Closes $15 Million Series C Round

Bret KinsellaNews

Baxter Ventures Leads Round; Black Granite Capital, Kaiser Permanente Ventures, Rex Health Ventures, New Leaf Venture Partners, Easton Capital Management, Circuit Health, LionBird and Sands Capital Ventures Participate WASHINGTON, DC — Kit Check (https://kitcheck.com), the leader in hospital pharmacy medication tracking and restocking automation software, announced a $15 million Series C funding round led by Baxter Ventures, the venture investment arm … Read More

Kit Check Tracks 10 Million Hospital Medications to Become Largest Scale IoT and Cloud Software Solution in Healthcare

Tim Kress-SpatzNews

March 17 2016, WASHINGTON ” Kit Check™ (https://kitcheck.com), the leader in hospital pharmacy kit restocking automation and medication tracking software, today announced that 10 million medications have been tracked by hospital pharmacies using the company’s cloud software and IoT-based solution. A vial of Glycopyrrolate at the University of Vermont Medical Center with a strength of 1MG/5ML became the ten millionth … Read More

Kit Check Expands Sales Team with Industry Veterans of McKesson, CareFusion, Omnicell, Masimo and UMMC

Bret KinsellaNews, Press Release

Washington, DC ” Kit Check today announced the addition six new sales team members including Armand Morrison as the new east region vice president of sales and the internal promotion of MaryAnn Jenson to the new role of west region vice president of sales. As Kit Check’s customer base has rapidly expanded it was necessary to add more sales territories … Read More