Kit Check is the safest way to tag no matter which option you choose. You can implement one method or use multiple approaches to match your needs. Some users consider it safer to use the printed Detail Tag, either applied in-house or by a third party repackager. These allow users to have a safeguard match against the manufacturer label and enable printed, beyond-use dating for refrigerated goods. We also offer a Basic Tag option that can be applied just as quickly but has no identifiable information on it. Users rely solely on the manufacturing label, but the scanning station can identify the items. Finally, a third party repackager can supply medications pre-tagged with Detail Tags, ready for use in your kits upon arrival.

1

Start with a case of medications with the same NDC/DIN, lot number and expiration date.

2

Barcode Scan NDC/DIN of one vial or package.

3

Enter lot number and expiration.

4

Print tags and apply to packaging.

5

Pharmacist verifies the batch.

6

Tagged stock ready for use in kits.

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Apply Basic Tags to a batch of medications.

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Place batch of tagged medications into the scanning station. Click to scan.

3

Barcode Scan NDC/DIN of one vial or package.

4

Enter lot number and expiration.

5

Pharmacist verifies the batch.

6

Tagged stock ready for use in kits.

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Order pre-tagged vials from a Kit Check-approved tagging partner.

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Receive pre-tagged medications already verified by a registered pharmacist before shipment.

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Tagged stock ready for use in kits.

 

Detail Tag Demo

 

Basic Tag Demo

 

Pre-Tagged Medication Demo