Automated Medication Tray Management

Tagging and Scanning for Better Visibility. Kit Check is an automated medication tray management system designed to help hospital pharmacies gain better visibility into their medication usage lifespan, increase efficiencies, and free up staff to focus on patient care.

Kit Check uses RFID tags to track each medication that passes through your pharmacy. These tags are applied to the vials, syringes, bags, and other medication packages and supplies in your trays and kits.

Here’s how it works

When a used tray is placed in the Kit Check scanning station, each RFID tag is scanned and a report is generated showing what is missing, expiring, or incorrect.

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The technician then restocks the tray and scans it again. If everything is correct, the report is marked as complete, and the kit can be sent back out.

The entire scanning, restocking, and verification process takes about three minutes, compared to the 20-30 minutes needed for the manual process.

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Check out how Kit Check dovetails with your current workflows.

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See how Kit Check helped Brigham and Women’s hospital reduce tray errors to zero.