Kit Check

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Kit Check is the leader in automated hospital pharmacy kit tracking. Kit Check provides a cloud-hosted solution which allows hospitals to reduce their kit processing time by more than 90% while simultaneously achieving better patient safety by reducing human error.
Kit Check uses RFID technology to accurately determine the full contents of crash code kits, anesthesia kits and other pharmacy stocked kits in the hospital. It allows pharmacists to inventory kits, determine expiration and restocking needs within seconds. Hospital pharmacies are saving an average of $4.07 per kit medication using the solution. Kit Check allows hospitals to be more efficient while increasing patient safety and freeing up pharmacists to spend more time on clinical care.

TypePrivate
Founded2011
HQWashington, US
Websitekitcheck.com
Employee Ratings3.7

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Employees (est.) (May 2020)73(+3%)

Key People/Management at Kit Check

Kevin MacDonald

Kevin MacDonald

Co Founder & CEO
Cameron Ferroni

Cameron Ferroni

Chief Product Officer
Tim Kress-Spatz

Tim Kress-Spatz

Co Founder
Katy Ross

Katy Ross

HR Manager
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Kit Check Office Locations

Kit Check has offices in Washington, Columbia and Phoenix
Washington, US (HQ)
1875 Connecticut Ave NW #300
Columbia, US
Columbia, SC, USA
Phoenix, US
Phoenix, AZ, USA
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Kit Check Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

2011

Kit Check total Funding

$37.5 m

Kit Check latest funding size

$15 m

Time since last funding

4 years ago

Kit Check investors

Kit Check's latest funding round in June 2016 was reported to be $15 m. In total, Kit Check has raised $37.5 m
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Kit Check Online and Social Media Presence

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Kit Check Company Culture

  • CEO Rating

    F

    40/100

  • Compensation

    A+

    100/100

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Kit Check News and Updates

Omnicell, Kit Check partner on cloud-based controlled substances tracking

The aim is to help Omnicell client healthcare organizations gain better visibility of controlled substances across the pharmacy supply chain.

Nephron Pharmaceuticals Corporation Implements Kit Check for Serialization of All Prefilled Syringes

WEST COLUMBIA, S.C., Feb. 4, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Nephron 503B Outsourcing Facility announces the implementation of Kit Check Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) tags embedded on all prefilled syringe products. This serialization initiative ensures all products are identifiable...

Kit Check launches AI to catch hospital staff stealing drugs

Prescription drug management software maker Kit Check today announced the introduction of a new AI system that assigns hospital staff a score to predict the likelihood they will steal opioids and other controlled substances meant for patients. The Individual Risk Identification Score (IRIS) will be …

Kit Check Blogs

A Pharmacist’s Perspective – Doug Zurawski on New Testing and Compounding Guidance

https://kitcheck.wistia.com/medias/whytyu3yxg?embedType=async&videoFoam=true&videoWidth=640 Kit Check Vice President of Clinical Strategy Doug Zurawski is back with some news around new guidelines for hospitals around COVID-19 tests and medication compounding rules and restrictions. …

Forbes Tech Council Features Kevin Macdonald: Implementing AI and ML On a Budget

A recent Forbes Technology Council column on implementing AI and machine learning technologies on a budget featured Kit Check co-founder and CEO Kevin MacDonald. Implementing new technologies can have huge impacts on a business’s productivity, efficiency, and ultimately bottom line. But these pr…

A Pharmacist’s Perspective – Doug Zurawski on Drug Production and Stockpile News

Doug Zurawski, Kit Check’s Vice President of Clinical Strategy, shares his thoughts on industry updates. Highlights include the DEA’s approval to increase production of certain Schedule II drugs, and ASHP’s work to release drugs from the Strategic National Stockpile. https://kitcheck.wistia.com/medias/0m7sfplk5z?embedType=async&amp…

Hospital Pharmacy Operations Report and Covid-19: Shortages and Diversion Risk are Top Concern

This week Kit Check released the results of our 2019 Hospital Pharmacy Operations Report (HPOR), and annual look at the top issues facing hospital pharmacists. Kit Check Director of Clinical Solutions Jennifer Symon, R.Ph, MBA, FACHE, discusses the results of the survey: https://kitcheck.wistia.com/medias/lmvb3odph7?embedType=async&amp…

Using AI to Prevent Diversion, Improve Efficiency, and Ensure Safety

A recent Pharmacy Technology Report article highlighted how Kit Check partner Children’s Hospital of the King’s Daughters is using our AI-based solution, Bluesight for Controlled Substances to ensure that medications make it to the young patients who need them. CHKD has been using Bluesight for …

Automating Tray Replenishment for Efficiency and Safety

A recent Pharmacy Purchasing & Products article spotlighted how the UNC Health system found efficiencies in refilling ER trays by automating the process using RFID. In 2018 UNC Health, a not-for-profit integrated health care system owned by the state of North Carolina, began a program to cen…
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Kit Check Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Kit Check founded?

    Kit Check was founded in 2011.

  • Who are Kit Check key executives?

    Kit Check's key executives are Kevin MacDonald, Cameron Ferroni and Tim Kress-Spatz.

  • How many employees does Kit Check have?

    Kit Check has 73 employees.

  • Who are Kit Check competitors?

    Competitors of Kit Check include Emergent Biosolutions, Grifols and Pharmerica.

  • Where is Kit Check headquarters?

    Kit Check headquarters is located at 1875 Connecticut Ave NW #300, Washington.

  • Where are Kit Check offices?

    Kit Check has offices in Washington, Columbia and Phoenix.

  • How many offices does Kit Check have?

    Kit Check has 3 offices.