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Happy holidays, Kit Checkers! Here are a few announcements for December to make sure you’re up to date with the latest and greatest from Kit Check. Included in this month’s issue:

Bluesight for Controlled Substances Webinar Series

Over 60 hospitals attended one of our initial Bluesight for Controlled Substances webinars. Given the interest levels, we’ve decided to add a few more sessions early in the new year. Sign up to learn about the only controlled substance tracking and diversion detection solution offering complete coverage of the OR and nursing floors. You can also visit www.bluesight.com to learn more about the diversion analytics platform that has everyone talking.

Friday, January 19th, February 9th and March 2nd at 1 pm ET/ 10 am PT.

Webinar schedule

Friday, January 19 – 1 pm ET/ 10 am PT

Friday, February 9 – 1 pm ET/ 10 am PT

Friday, March 2 – 1 pm ET/ 10 am PT

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“Help me, Kit Check – you’re my only hope!” Webinar Series

Join our “Help Me, Kit Check” (aka Open Training) webinar on January 17 at 2pm EST for a chance to ask your questions and get answers from our experts! Whether you need to get a new hire up to speed, have questions about best practices, or just want more info about Kit Check, we’re here to help. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

January 17 – 2 p.m. EST

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New features

Shelved Inventory: Auto-add to bins

Kit Check users are now able to add new Kit Check items to their Shelved Inventory Bins as items are tagged, automatically increasing their inventory counts while eliminating the need to re-scan Bins in the Kit Check scanning station each time new items are created.

When creating new Kit Check item tags, users will now see an additional step for NDCs belonging to a Shelved Inventory Bin.  As the fourth and final step, users can choose whether or not to add the new batch of items to their Bin, after which the Quantity on Hand counts will automatically be incremented. For more information, click here!

Existing Feature of the Month

Lock Tracking

When dispatching a tray, Kit Check users have the ability to assign and store lock numbers, eliminating the need to maintain a paper audit tray as all lock entries are automatically stored within the Kit Check application.
Users typically enter the locks securing the tray in the Dispatch Lock(s) field, along with any additional locks meant to secure the tray on its way back to the Pharmacy in the Return Lock(s) field.
An audit trail of lock numbers can then be easily accessed in the Kit Activity Report. For more information on how to use Kit Check locks, click here!

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