This is an unprecedented time for hospitals all over the world. We at Kit Check have compiled all of our COVID-19 resources in one central place, so you can avoid information overload.

Thank you for your dedication to our communities during this trying time.

Help from Kit Check

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Sanitization Check

We launched this new feature May 4, 2020 to help hospitals keep track of sanitized kits and trays, both during the COVID-19 crisis and beyond.

Track COVID-19 medications with BCS

If you have Bluesight for Controlled Substances implemented in your hospital, you can conduct true closed-loop reconciliation of COVID-19 medications even if they are not scheduled controlled substances to ensure patient safety.

Shortage Management and Shelved Inventory

Kit Check users can use existing functionality, Shortage Management and Shelved Inventory features, to mitigate the supply chain challenges exacerbated by COVID-19.

Pre-tagged COVID-19 Trays from H+H

We have partnered with H+H to provide hospitals prefabricated COVID-19 trays pre-tagged with a Kit Check RFID label, and ready to ship with included Kit Master information.

Shortage Management and COVID kit redesign with Coral Gables Hospital

Coral Gables uses Kit Check to reconfigure and rename trays to be used specifically in rooms where COVID-19 patients are treated in order to minimize exposure of critical drugs and reallocate shortage medications where they are needed most.

OR Inventory Ramp-Up Calculator

As elective surgeries open back up, Kit Check can help with OR inventory optimization. We collaborated with our hospitals on a new tool to minimize ordering waste and maximize cost savings. Our calculator can help you plan your inventory for weekly OR usage as conditions change for the next 30, 60, and 90 days. Please contact your Kit Check Solutions Consultant for more information.

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Hospital Partner Resources

Our hospital partners have put together some helpful clinical resources for pharmacy practice during the COVID-19 pandemic. Kit Check is appreciative of their contributions, but does not endorse any specific clinical practices.

One of our hospital partners put together this helpful workflow guide of practices around returned unused medications to central pharmacy during the COVID-19 pandemic.

A number of our hospital partners have provided examples of how they are cleaning medications and trays that may have been exposed to COVID-19.

Business Continuity

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Kevin's Letter to customers around continuity

Kit Check’s CEO, Kevin MacDonald, reached out to customer when the pandemic really overwhelmed American hospitals to assure them our products will continue to function as planned, to support frontline care.

Read the Letter

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Kit Check deemed essential business by Premier

Premier Inc. provided documentation of Kit Check’s designation as an essential business in light of business continuity changes across the country.

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ASHP Continuing Education Resources

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The American Society of Health-System Pharmacists provided CE webinars to pharmacists around frontline care in Detroit, one of the nation's biggest virus hotspots.