Kit Check announced that its cloud-based pharmacy kit processing software has tracked five million medications with RFID. The milestone medication was Gylcopyrrolate used at The University of Vermont Medical Center in Burlington, Vermont.
Washington, DC — EY today announced that Kevin MacDonald, CEO and Co-founder of Kit Check is a finalist for the EY Entrepreneur Of The Year 2015 Award in the Greater Washington Region. The awards program recognizes entrepreneurs who demonstrate excellence and extraordinary success in such areas as innovation, financial performance and personal commitment to their businesses and communities. Mr. MacDonald … Read More
VA Hospital Pharmacies can now order Kit Check from Contract V797D-50370 Quick Facts Who can access the contract: Veteran’s Affairs, Military Health System, Bureau of Prisons FSS Contract V797D-50370, active as of April 1, 2015 Schedule 65 II A ” Medical Equipment and Supplies April 22, 2015, Washington, DC — Kit Check™ (https://kitcheck.com), the leader in hospital pharmacy kit processing and … Read More
Amerinet, a leading group purchasing organization (GPO) that serves over 3,000 acute care hospitals, Tuesday announced that it is now offering Kit Check and Anesthesia Check to its members. The announcement stated: “Through this agreement, Amerinet members will receive negotiated pricing on Kit Check’s RFID-based solution that drives efficiency, enhances patient safety, and reduces cost by automating the historically manual … Read More
Kit Check today announced the addition of two new executives to lead growth internationally and through channel partnerships. Bruce Smith will serve as regional director of sales for Canada and Susan Z. Robins joins Kit Check as channel sales director. The expansion follows significant increases in customer momentum in both segments over the past six months.
Kit Check today announced a $12 million Series B funding round led by Kaiser Permanente Ventures that included previous investors New Leaf Venture Partners, Sands Capital Ventures, Easton Capital Investment Group, and Lionbird, along with new investor Rex Health Ventures. The announcement follows Kit Check’s addition of 101 new hospital customers in 2014 and a total of 3.6 million medications tracked.
Kit Check today launched its pharmacy kit processing automation solution for Canadian Hospitals. Already serving more than 100 hospitals in the United States, Kit Check has received numerous inquiries from Canadian pharmacy directors looking to streamline operations and has updated the solution to meet country-specific requirements.
Kit Check today announced a new product in collaboration with Health Care Logistics to enhance hospital pharmacy kit safety, RFID Seal Tags. The serialized seal tags meet state board of pharmacy requirements for pharmacy kit tamper identification and integrate with Kit Check software to automate the current manual process of seal tag recording.
Kit Check expands its sales team by adding Kevin Henry and John Muldoon who have recently worked for CareFusion and Omnicell respectively. Both Henry and Muldoon have deep experience in medication supply tracking in the OR and throughout hospitals. Henry will serve hospitals in Florida, Alabama and Mississippi while Muldoon will be responsible for the Southwestern United States.
Kit Check announced that it has added medication shortage management features to its software solution for hospital pharmacy kit restocking. In 2014, medication shortages reached an all-time high and have increased the complexity of managing pharmacy kits. Kit Check’s shortage management features allow for real-time kit master updating, location reporting and the ability to designate medications as alternate fills in advance.