Kit Check announces issuance of four meaningful patents by U.S. Patent and Trademark Office

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Kit Check™ (, the leader in hospital pharmacy kit processing and medication tracking software, today announced that the United States Patent and Trademark Office has issued the company two meaningful patents, with two additional patents set to issue on June 16, 2015. These awards represent a robust portfolio of intellectual property (IP) related to the Kit Check product.

The two patents granted to Kit Check are U.S. Patent Numbers 8,990,099 and 9,037,479. The two additional patents are expected to issue as U.S. Patent Numbers 9,058,412 and 9,058,413.

"Kit Check was founded on innovations for medication tracking and processing. Our engineering team invented hospital pharmacy kit restocking automation and has applied these unique technologies and approaches to other areas of hospital medication tracking. We are pleased the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office agreed our inventions are meaningful and merit patent protection," said Kit Check co-founder and chief product officer Tim Kress-Spatz.

Kit Check's management team believes these patents represent significant intellectual property protection while providing assurance to Kit Check customers that the innovative technology is unique and protected. The Kit Check team expects this growing patent portfolio to be further augmented as the company continues to innovate.



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